How one university library implements an Open Access Authors Fund (and has success!)

How one university library implements an Open Access Authors Fund (and has success!)

Watch the video for answers to these questions: How has the University of Calgary Library successfully setup and implemented an Open Access Authors Fund? How many requests for APCs have come in since then and how does the Library process them? How involved ...

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Welcome to SAGE Connection! Here are the most recent posts from SAGE and from SAGE Insight, our research news blog:

Out of Whack: A Scene from a Tenure and Promotion Review Committee Meeting

This piece was originally posted on SAGE’s Management Ink Blog here and is re-posted here with the kind permission of Management Ink Editors.  By Cynthia Nalevanko, Editor, Management INK [We're pleased to reproduce Journal of Management Inquiry's most recent "Out of Whack" by Charles M. Vance.] Read “Out of Whack” for … Continue reading

Getting to know some SAGE Librarians Day 5: Heather Dray

As part of our effort to celebrate National Library Week, every day this week, we have been showcasing amazing librarians across the U.S. who are members of the SAGE team. These wise librarians help us better understand the role of … Continue reading

Getting to know some SAGE Librarians Day 4: Elisabeth Leonard

As part of our effort to celebrate National Library Week, every day this week, we are showcasing five amazing librarians across the U.S. who are members of the SAGE team. These five wise librarians help us better understand the role … Continue reading

Identifying the young NEETs (Not in Education, Employment or Training) in the rural UK

Who are the young people who are not in education, employment or training? An application of the risk factors to a rural area in the UK From International Social Work Young people who are not in education, employment or training … Continue reading

Getting to know some SAGE Librarians Day 3: James Wiser

As part of our effort to celebrate National Library Week, every day this week, we are showcasing five amazing librarians across the U.S. who are members of the SAGE team. These five wise librarians help us better understand the role … Continue reading

The complexity of the pimp-prostitute relationship: Challenging conventional stereotypes

Conflict and Agency among Sex Workers and Pimps From The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science This article presents data collected from active pimps, underage prostitutes, and young adult sex workers to demonstrate the complexity of … Continue reading

Getting to know some SAGE Librarians Day 2: Kim Hill

As part of our effort to celebrate National Library Week, every day this week, we are showcasing five amazing librarians across the U.S. who are members of the SAGE team. These five wise librarians help us better understand the role … Continue reading

How one university library implements an Open Access Authors Fund (and has success!)

Watch the video for answers to these questions: How has the University of Calgary Library successfully setup and implemented an Open Access Authors Fund? How many requests for APCs have come in since then and how does the Library process … Continue reading

A screening process for early identification of infants at risk of autism

Identification of infants at risk for autism spectrum disorder and developmental language delay prior to 12 months From Autism The aim of this study was to develop a screening tool to identify infants prior to 12 months at risk for … Continue reading

Getting to know some SAGE Librarians Day 1: Jenni Wilson

We are excited to kick off National Library Week with our special SAGE librarian spotlight series. Every day this week, we will be showcasing five amazing librarians across the U.S. who are members of the SAGE team. They will help … Continue reading

SAGE Human Services Publisher is honored with the Counseling for Social Justice ‘Ohana Award

SAGE recently made a splash at the American Counseling Association Annual Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii where Kassie Graves, SAGE’s Human Services Publisher in College Editorial, was honored with The Counselors for Social Justice (CSJ) ‘Ohana Award. In 1994, the CSJ … Continue reading

Open Access in the Humanities and Social Sciences

By David Ross, Executive Publisher of Open Access, SAGE Last month SAGE Open, our flagship open access journal spanning humanities, social, and behavioural sciences, reached a major and significant milestone – we published our 500th paper. Bearing in mind that … Continue reading

Economist Gregory Clark on Names - Latest Social Science Bites Podcast

Originally posted on socialsciencespace 01 April 2014 A series of figurative light bulbs went off in economist Gregory Clark’s mind after a reporter asked him a question about names a half decade ago. Flip: everyone’s name carries information about them, … Continue reading

‘But if you legalise same-sex marriage…’

‘But if you legalise same-sex marriage…’: Arguments against marriage equality in the British press From Feminism & Psychology As a key ally of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) psychology, feminist psychology has a shared interest in dismantling social inequalities. One … Continue reading

Celebrating Librarians during National Library Week …and ALL year long

…with a highly-anticipated and very well-deserved library takeover of SAGE Connection Here at SAGE, we look for any excuse to celebrate the information professionals that connect the print and digital materials we publish with the researchers and learners who are … Continue reading