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Stand up for banned books at ALA

Each year, individuals who find books conflict with their personal beliefs request them to be removed from library shelves and inaccessible to all patrons. The American Library Association (ALA) recorded 325 of these cases in 2016 and estimates that about … Continue reading

Celebrate National Library Week with SAGE!

By Emily Mazza, PR Intern, SAGE Publishing As a current college student the library, for me, represents the epitome of research and knowledge. It’s how I have access to thousands of research articles, books, and of course, a quiet place … Continue reading

Archived Webinar: Marijuana on the Mind – A Primer for Policymakers

Originally published on Social Science Space March 27, 2017. “Policy has clearly outpaced science” in the United States on the issue of legalizing marijuana for either medical or recreational use, say two researchers from Harvard University and McLean Hospital, a psychiatric … Continue reading

See what SAGE has in store for you at ER&L

The Electronic Resource and Libraries (ER&L) conference is right around the corner, from April 2-5. We’re excited to both attend the conference and sponsor the official Online Conference for those who aren’t traveling to Austin. We have five special sessions lined up. … Continue reading

Free Webinar-The Power of Stories: Engaging your American Government Students

There is a growing body of research that points to the power of stories in helping students learn and remember core content. Please join SAGE / CQ Press author and award-winning professor Scott Abernathy (University of Minnesota) for a discussion … Continue reading

How to get published: notes from an editor

This post first appeared on the ESRC blog on March 21st 2017  Mila Steele is a Publisher at SAGE Publishing, where she leads the research methods textbook programme. SAGE partnered with the ESRC to sponsor this year’s ESRC writing competition, … Continue reading

Free Webinar: Why Do They Do It? Tips for Teaching Intro Criminology

If you're a criminology professor, you may be wondering how you can more fully engage your students. Whether you've been teaching for 20 years or 2 years, it's likely that you've encountered challenges in your classroom. Join SAGE author and … Continue reading

Case in Point: Introducing the Performance Review System to Students

In most companies, performance appraisals (PA) are a common practice used to evaluate overall employee performance while monitoring and fostering the success of both the employee and the company as a whole. This month's installment of Case in Point, a blog series … Continue reading

Free Webinar: Marijuana on the Mind: A Primer for Policymakers

Marijuana on the Mind: A Primer for Policymakers Eight U.S. states have legalized recreational use of marijuana, 11 are considering loosening their laws this year, and even Congress is half-heartedly looking at ending the federal restriction on state marijuana laws. … Continue reading

Free Webinar: Big Data to the Big Picture- Helping Researchers Get the Most of Their Data

With big data research all the rage, how are librarians being asked to engage with data? As big data research takes off across Business, Science, and the Humanities, librarians need to understand big data and the issues around its storage … Continue reading

Archived webinar: Increasing the reach and impact of your research with Kudos  

Academia is under pressure in an increasing number of ways, including greater competition for research funding. Yet despite this, more articles than ever are being published, making it even harder to ensure that research is found, read and cited. We … Continue reading

Free Webinar: 5 Ways to Take Your Entrepreneurship Teaching to the Next Level

Join SAGE author Heidi M. Neck from the world-renowned Babson Entrepreneurship program for a lively discussion on how to enhance your entrepreneurship courses. Heidi Neck will talk about different ways to bring your entrepreneurship teaching to the next level with … Continue reading

Top 3 takeaways from “Peer Review: the nuts and bolts” attendees  

What does peer review do for science and what does the scientific community want it to do for them? Should reviewers remain anonymous? Does peer review illuminate good ideas or shut them down? Equipping early career researchers with the answers … Continue reading

Download a Free Checklist for Smoking Out Fake News

In an era of post-truth and alternative facts, fake news at times seems to be running rings around its legitimate counterpart -- "falsehood flies, and truth comes limping after it,” as the maxim has it. While this apparent trend makes … Continue reading

What do we mean when we talk about big data?

Big data is a phrase that we are hearing more and more in the digital age, but what do we really mean when we say it, and what do we mean by big and by data? In a presentation given … Continue reading