colwiz is immensely proud to announce the launch of its HTML5 Interactive PDF Reader on the website of leading academic publisher Taylor & Francis. This new technology enables researchers to highlight and annotate scholarly articles as they read them on the Taylor & Francis website.

As the colwiz community knows, reading scholarly articles is inherently interactive – researchers mark sections of text, highlight important findings and write critical comments. The colwiz HTML5 Interactive PDF Reader empowers researchers to accomplish these tasks digitally, thus streamlining and accelerating their workflow.

Starting today, the colwiz HTML5 Interactive PDF Reader also features on 40 Taylor & Francis journals where readers can open and annotate articles, or just save them to their colwiz library to read and edit later.

Genevieve Early of Taylor & Francis Group, states “Taylor & Francis is delighted to implement the colwiz interactive PDF reader on Our aim is to support readers and researchers by enhancing the reading and annotation functionality of PDFs, providing reference management tools, and aiding effective collaboration.”

colwiz is thrilled to extend the functionality of its HTML5 Interactive PDF Reader to Taylor & Francis readers, authors and editors, helping even more researchers to accelerate the pace of innovation.