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Connecting with the Community: Catherine Dawson on creating activities for teaching research methods

By Sally Ransom, Marketing Manager, SAGE Publishing The way that reaching methods are taught and engaged with continues to change to account for fluctuating learning environments and classroom numbers, as well as new technology.  As methods continue to evolve, our … Continue reading

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Connecting with the community: Researchers on the economic benefits of marijuana tourism

Dr. Soo Kang is an Associate Professor in the Hospitality Management Program at Colorado State University (CSU). Her main research area is consumer behaviors in the hospitality and tourism areas. She has conducted research studies on residents’ quality of life … Continue reading

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Connecting with the community: Chad Kahl on using federal resources and data

By Tiffany Medina, PR Assistant, SAGE Publishing At the ALA Annual Conference, we were pleased to present Chad Kahl with the 2016 Marta Lang/SAGE-CQ Press award. An interim associate dean for public services and information technology at Illinois State University, … Continue reading

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Connecting with the Community: Alice May Bullas on #RaisingProfiles in engineering on National Women in Engineering Day

By Lucy Price, Marketing Manager, SAGE Publishing National Women in Engineering Day (NWED), is an annual international awareness campaign dedicated to raising the profile and celebrating the achievements of women in engineering. Alongside addressing challenges and topics of interest, the … Continue reading

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Connecting with the Community- Andy Field on publishing in new forms

By Ben Sherwood, Group Marketing Manager, SAGE Publishing Publishing in new forms and adapting to the needs of researchers, bestselling author and award winning lecturer Andy Field is never short of ideas that will turn traditional publishing or writing models … Continue reading

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Connecting with the Community: Gwen Bird on bringing together libraries and non-profit organizations

By Kim Hill, Sales Manager, SAGE Publishing Gwen Bird serves as Dean of Libraries at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia. Last year, in partnership with SAGE and Mindset Social Innovation Foundation, Gwen and her team launched the Community … Continue reading

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Connecting with the Community: Mark Carrigan on how academics can effectively use social media

By Catherine Slinn, Group Marketing Manager, SAGE Publishing In recent years there has been much debate in academia about whether academics should use social media to increase the visibility, and ultimately the impact, of their research. As Mark Carrigan, author … Continue reading

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Connecting with the Community: Stephen Pinfield on Institutional Open Access Funds

By Bailey Baumann, Editorial Assistant, SAGE Open Stephen Pinfield is Professor of Information Services Management at the University of Sheffield, UK. He has been involved in research and development in the area of open access for 15 years, including contributions … Continue reading

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Connecting with the Community: Adrien Ginesty on Recommendations and Serendipity

By Alan Maloney, Senior Product Analyst, SAGE When considering researcher needs around academic information seeking and retrieval, we often assume that the researcher knows what they’re looking for. But what if that’s not always the case? Content providers across all … Continue reading

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Connecting with the Community: Marie Kennedy on supporting librarians as researchers

By Kim Hill, Sales Manager, SAGE Marie Kennedy is a Serials & Electronic Resources Librarian at Loyola Marymount University. I’ve worked with Marie for several years both in my prior role at Springer and now at SAGE.   In 2014, SAGE … Continue reading

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Connecting with the Community: Bronwyn Cross-Denny on Reducing Research Anxiety for Students

By Carrie Montoya, Senior Editorial Assistant, SAGE Last week, we published an interview with Vincent Guilamo-Ramos who, along with his team, were one of two recipients of the SAGE/CSWE 2015 Award for Innovative Teaching in Social Work Education.  We are delighted … Continue reading

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Connecting with the Community: Vincent Guilamo-Ramos on Educating Social Work Students for International Practice

By Carrie Montoya, Senior Editorial Assistant, SAGE In honor of International Education Week, a time to celebrate the benefits of studying abroad and the familiarization of American students with the global environment, we’re pleased to share this interview with professor … Continue reading

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Connecting with the Community: Victor Asal on Classroom Simulations

By, Amy Whitaker, Senior Marketing Manager, SAGE Victor Asal is an Associate Professor of Political Science and the Chair of Public Administration at the University of Albany. Victor recently received the CQ Press Award for Teaching Innovation for his work … Continue reading

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Connecting with the Community: Raquel Recuero on Social Networks and Open Access in the Social Sciences

By Bailey Baumann, Editorial Assistant, SAGE Open Soon after the publication of her first SAGE Open article, Dr. Raquel Recuero chose to share her excitement—and her article—over Twitter. “Hashtags Functions in the Protests Across Brazil” by Recuero et al., explores … Continue reading

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Connecting with the Community: Alex Clark on Qualitative Methods

By, Leah Fargotstein, Social Science Journals Editor, SAGE Alex Clark is Professor and Associate Dean of Research Nursing at the University of Alberta, Advisory Board Chair of the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology, and Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of … Continue reading

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