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    An Important Message to our Faculty Customers:

    We are proud to be working with several partners to support access to our ebooks and etextbooks in the hope that this will minimize further disruptions to your teaching. In cases where you or your students are unable to access core textbooks because of campus closures, we are offering free access to ebooks through our partnerships with VitalSource, Kortext (in conjunction with JISC), and RedShelf through the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester.

    For any faculty transitioning from in-class to online teaching, we are offering free access to a set of books with practical tips and guidance on how to adapt your course plans while continuing to engage your students. Take a look at our Faculty Resources for Online Teaching and Learning to access the full text of any of the featured titles entirely free of charge.


    Taylor & Francis offers higher education textbooks and eTextbooks across the humanities, social sciences, arts, and STEM for both undergraduate and graduate level students. T&F encompasses both the Routledge brand, which publishes textbooks in the Humanities and Social Sciences, and CRC Press, which publishes textbooks in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.

    Our emphasis on pedagogy and text development supports students with all the information they need for their courses while guiding them to further study and independent learning. T&F also strives to support instructors using our textbooks with high quality digital resources, companion websites, and pedagogical tools. Our authors are leading experts in their fields, and every potential higher education textbook is peer-reviewed by instructors to ensure its suitability.

    All of our textbooks are available as complimentary e-inspection copies; if you find a textbook you would like to consider for adoption in a course you are teaching, simply request an e-inspection copy through our online form.