Taylor & Francis May Insights

Writing your paper: a complete guide Make sure you tick all the right boxes when it comes to writing your paper – from formatting to knowing who you’re writing for. Explore our guide to ensure your article is a great fit…

20 Years Of Routledge Classics

The Routledge Classics series was launched in 2001 with titles by Bertrand Russell, Jean-Paul Sartre, Ludwig Wittgenstein and Mary Midgley amongst others, taking the cream of Routledge’s prestigious backlist and presenting it to a new generation of readers. Since then,…

Monitoring Our Health With Smartwatches

Once geared toward fitness enthusiasts, Fitbits, Apple Watches and other wearable sensors are gaining a foothold in the medical realm. Whether keeping an eye on the heart, tracking seizures or glucose levels, or surveying for viral infections, the devices hold…

Effects of the Pandemic on the Developing Child

Over the past year, children have dealt with social distancing, Zoom school and family stress. The lucky ones suffered mainly boredom and loneliness; others faced illness, family poverty and hunger, loss of education, or unsafe conditions and abuse. Researchers have…

Catching Up with Credo April 2021

WHAT’S NEW The Credo Blog Happy spring! Last month, we learned more about educational technology, including eight reasons students need technology in the classroom and three things you should consider before investing in online learning tech. In addition, we found out which professional development…

Check Out Your New & Improved Today’s Science

We are delighted to announce that today marks the official relaunch of Today’s Science. We encourage you to visit the new site and start exploring! The fully responsive design, more intuitive navigation, easier access to key content, larger images, and other exciting enhancements mean a more efficient,…