Taylor & Francis Partners With colviz and Begins Rolling Out Enhancements to PDF Versions of Journal Articles
Taylor & Francis Online announces a range of developments to enhance readers’ and researchers’ online reading experience.
The changes aim to take reading PDFs beyond a print-like experience by making the most of what the web has to offer.
- Interact , a reimagined PDF which is currently rolling out across Taylor & Francis’ journals;
- Cleaner, clearer cover sheet;
- Interactive tools to allow readers to annotate articles, quickly find referenced articles with clickable citations, and discover relevant content powered by colwiz.
View the new Interact format in action here.
Complementing these PDF enhancements, Taylor & Francis is partnering with colwiz to widen the trial of colwiz ’s interactive PDF to include all journals.
Annotated articles can also be saved to a personal library, ready to be recalled for later use on colwiz desktop, web and mobile apps without losing previously-made notes. To facilitate writing new articles, readers will be able to generate bibliographies in MS Word, Open Office, LaTeX and Google Docs using free colwiz reference management software.
To see colwiz Interactive PDF Reader in action, click on “PDF’ and select ‘View Interactive PDF’ on this article: Are prices of New dwellings different? A spectral analysis of UK property vintages
Visit this page to find out how colwiz will work with online articles.
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