Choice Reviews and Collaborations

Discover our Choice reviewed titles as well as our colloborations with the publisher

Choice is a publishing unit at the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACR&L), a division of the American Library Association. Choice has been the acknowledged leader in the provision of objective, high-quality evaluations of nonfiction academic writing. They publish about 5,000 reviews annually, are used by major institutions in US and Canada and serves National Libraries in Europe, Asia, and Australia.

Choice Outstanding Academic Title Award Winners for Taylor & Francis

The Choice Outstanding Academic Title Award is given each year by choosing a list of prestigious titles reflecting the best in scholarly titles that have been reviewed by Choice and brings with it the extraordinary recognition of the academic library community.

In awarding Outstanding Academic Titles, the Choice editors apply several criteria to reviewed titles:

  • overall excellence in presentation and scholarship
  • importance relative to other literature in the field
  • distinction as a first treatment of a given subject in book or electronic form
  • originality or uniqueness of treatment
  • value to undergraduate students
  • importance in building undergraduate library collections

Taylor & Francis Choice Outstanding Academic Titles

Choice Collaborations

Taylor & Francis is proud to partner with Choice to create content that is both meaningful and relevant to the modern day librarian. Please browse below to view our whitepapers, case studies, and webinars:

Taylor & Francis Choice Whitepapers & Case Studies

Taylor & Francis Choice Webinars

Choice Podcast Series: Discussing Empathy

This four-part podcast series is based on the Choice Outstanding Academic Title "The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Empathy."  Listen as Dr. Randolph Cornelius, professor of psychological science at Vassar College, interviews Dr. Heidi Maibom, professor of philosophy at the University of Cincinnati, to obtain insights on empathy and how it impacts people when observed from various angles.

Episode 72

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Episode 74

Episode 75