Engaging With the Untidy World of Nonprofits

Engaging With the Untidy World of Nonprofits

This piece was originally posted on SAGE’s Social Science Space Blog here and is re-posted here with their kind permission.  If you represent a professional association and you want to increase engagement from your members, a good place to seek of advice would be Mark Hager’s office ...

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Free access to a collection of journal articles related to Ebola

In response to the global concern for effective treatment and prevention of Ebola due to the recent outbreak in West Africa, SAGE has opened access to a selection of relevant research articles of particular interest to researchers, healthcare workers, and … Continue reading

Read these top-read Pharmacology, Toxicology, & Biotechnology articles FREE in September

SAGE publishes many peer-reviewed journals in Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Biotechnology, the majority which are ranked in the Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports®. To kick-start your new academic year, we invite you to read these featured articles from a selection of … Continue reading

How do you (successfully) gamify a course?

Dr. Mika LaVaque-Manty  is the 2014 winner of the SAGE/CQ Press Award for Teaching Innovation, Arthur F. Thurnau Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Michigan, and an expert ‘gamifier’ in the university classroom. Currently, Dr. LaVaque-Manty is … Continue reading

The opportunities and challenges of online open-access publishing

This article originally appeared on the Monkey Cage on Monday, August 25 here and has been reposted with the kind permission from the Monkey Cage editors. By Erik Voeten This week around 7,000 political scientists will descend on Washington for the annual meeting of … Continue reading

Shared remembering in couples

Couples as socially distributed cognitive systems: Remembering in everyday social and material contexts From Memory Studies In everyday life remembering occurs within social contexts. Remembering the past plays a crucial role in our lives, our identities, our plans, our social … Continue reading

What's your favorite Library Tradition? (Show us to win)

Send us a snapshot of your favorite library tradition for a chance to win a travel grant to the 2015 Charleston Conference or one of 11 $50 Amazon gift cards.  From finals week slumber parties, to blasting songs at night … Continue reading

Improving prescription labelling to better patient outcomes

The legibility of prescription medication labelling in Canada Moving from pharmacy-centred to patient-centred labels From Canadian Pharmacists Journal / Revue des Pharmaciens du Canada Patient-centred care is a professional obligation to take responsibility for an individual patient’s needs. This includes making … Continue reading

Classroom Summer Reading Series Part III: Tips for Teaching in a Multicultural Classroom

During the 2012/2013 school year, the Institute of International Education reported that the number of international students studying in the U.S. had reached an all-time high of 819,644 students (7 percent increase from the previous year). With more students pursuing … Continue reading

Objectification in romantic relationships related to sexual pressure and coercion

The object of desire: How being objectified creates sexual pressure for women in heterosexual relationships From Psychology of Women Quarterly To sexually objectify a woman is to focus on her body in terms of how it can provide sexual pleasure … Continue reading

Dr. Peter Lin on Vascular and Endovascular Surgery

Dr. Peter Lin is a Professor of Surgery and Chief of the Division of Vascular Surgery & Endovascular Therapy at the Baylor College of Medicine AND our new Editor in Chief of the journal Vascular and Endovascular Surgery (VES). Widely … Continue reading

Engaging With the Untidy World of Nonprofits

This piece was originally posted on SAGE’s Social Science Space Blog here and is re-posted here with their kind permission.  If you represent a professional association and you want to increase engagement from your members, a good place to seek of advice would be Mark … Continue reading

Handling your aggro: how to get over yourself online

Guest blog post by SAGE Author, Megan Poore How often have you forgotten that there are real people behind the online world we so frequently communicate through and inhabit? Does the screen make you feel protected and elicit certain behavioural … Continue reading

Status hierarchy, attractiveness hierarchy and sex ratio: Explaining the status–aggression link among adolescents

Status hierarchy, attractiveness hierarchy and sex ratio: Three contextual factors explaining the status–aggression link among adolescents From International Journal of Behavioral Development  ** Selected as one of the ten best violence research articles in 2013** http://www.gmw.rug.nl/~veenstra/CV/PsychologyOfViolence13.pdf The fact that aggression among … Continue reading

Free Webinar: Supporting Research Methods in the Library

How much do students look to you for guidance with their research projects? Are they well-supported in the research process and do they have a clear methodology, or do you constantly need to point them to the right content? While … Continue reading

Neuro researchers advocate for a shift in thinking for stroke rehabilitation

Rethinking stimulation of brain in stroke rehabilitation: Why higher-motor areas might be better alternatives for patients with greater impairments From The Neuroscientist With the advent of non-surgical modalities, stimulation of the brain has become a popular science and researchers must work … Continue reading