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See video of the presentation.In late 2012 and the early part of 2013, Taylor & Francis conducted an author survey to investigate views on Open Access, peer review, re-use, metrics and licensing. The survey drew responses from over 14 700 authors and has provided insight into authors' attitudes towards publishing, access and re-use in this changing publishing climate. Greater interest in licensing and re-use from authors, learned societies and editors derives, in part, from the establishment ofdoi:10.7557/5.3134 fatcat:pr6gjjkurncnppfsjm4m3hqse4