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16 Reads that will make you love your data even more

To help spread awareness of good data-keeping practices, we’re thrilled to be an official participant of Love Your Data Week (February 13-17, 2017), an annual international event created to foster conversation and build awareness for quality research data management. This week we’ll be … Continue reading

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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

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7 types of data that experts would like to see in the future

While there is more data available at our fingertips today than ever before, the future promises to bring even more information into our reach. But what kind of data will it be, and what new doors will it open? As part of our Love Your Data Week 2017 celebration, … Continue reading

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Where are our data backups heading?

By Ian Mulvany Head of Product Innovation, SAGE Publishing @IanMulvany  Taking care of data, collecting it, curating it, adding in all the metadata, generally getting it into a state where other people might be able to work with it in the … Continue reading

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Free Webinar: The New Big Science- Linking Data to Understand People in Context

Drawn from scholarship appearing in the current issue of The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, this free webinar explores the nexus of actionable analysis and big data from public, private and research sources. Four researchers … Continue reading

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5 Free resources to help you embrace your data

Continuing our support of Love Your Data Week, we’re pleased to share with you five freely available resources from SAGE Research Methods, our methods library containing books, reference works, journal articles, case studies, data sets, and a video collection on … Continue reading

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“Learn the essentials of data visualization” webinar recording with extra Q&A

Earlier this month, we held the webinar Learn the essentials of data visualization with Stephanie Evergreen, a US-based expert on using research to present data effectively, and Andy Kirk, a UK-based apostle for better designed data visualization. In this one-hour … Continue reading

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Student Use of Online Video – Your Questions Answered!

On Thursday, December 11, SAGE’s Elisabeth Leonard, Executive Market Research Manager, presented in a webinar about the use of video as a tool for students and in today’s learning environmenst. Check out the recorded webinar above and click through the slides … Continue reading

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SHARE, CHORUS, and Open Access: Your Questions Answered

On Tuesday, October 21, Judy Ruttenberg from the SHared Access Research Ecosystem (SHARE) and Howard Ratner from the Clearinghouse for the Open Research of the United States (CHORUS) discussed what their organizations are doing to promote open access and to facilitate the OA … Continue reading

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Meet the SAGE Journals Author Relations Team

We are delighted to introduce you to the Author Relations Team here at SAGE Journals. Amy, Eleanor, Jennie, Jessica, Kathleen, Sammy, and Tara work together to provide high-quality resources to support prospective and published authors across all disciplines. Visit the … Continue reading

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Why Professors should use Case Studies to Teach Psychology

By Wind Goodfriend, Ph.D. When most teachers of psychology think of case studies, our immediate association is how they are used for research purposes. Medical case studies, like those used by Oliver Sacks or highlighted on TV shows like “House,” … Continue reading

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15 authors share how libraries have impacted their lives

Continuing our celebration of National Library Week (April 9-15), we caught up with some of our textbook authors and asked them to tell us more about the role that libraries have, and continue to play, in their personal, professional, and/or academic lives. … Continue reading

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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

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Learning Effectively with Case Studies

A Conversation between  Professor Noah Barsky, PhD. and Former MBA Student and now Business Consultant Lidya Tkacs detailing business case studies NB: Hello. It’s great to see you; thanks for taking the time to share your insights and experience with case based business … Continue reading

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10 ways to integrate current events into classes

In August, our 2016 SAGE Teaching Innovations & Professional Development Award winners traveled to Seattle, Washington to attend the American Sociological Association Pre-Conference Workshop. The workshop, themed “The Relevant Syllabus: Integrating Current Events into Our Classes,” addressed some ways that sociology instructors … Continue reading

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