Category Archives: SAGE Connection

Infographic: Why should I use ORCID?

By Rehannah Karim, Senior Marketing Manager, SAGE Publishing We live in an increasingly globalized world, with the ability to connect to more and more people every day. In order to avoid confusion it is crucial that researchers are able to … Continue reading

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The Role of Preprints in Academic Publishing

By Sandra Hopps and Allison Leung, SAGE Publishing As the landscape of scholarly communications is always changing, SAGE is committed to being strategically innovative. One such approach is through preprints. This post looks at some of the best practices and … Continue reading

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Making a Positive Impact on Your Community: An interview with Library Journal’s Mover & Shaker Ilana Stonebraker

As the Assistant Professor of Library Science & Business Information Specialist at Purdue University, Indiana, Ilana Stonebraker is dedicated to helping her students make a positive impact on their community. Like a true change maker, this Library Journal Mover & … Continue reading

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Networking, Community Outreach, and Student Success: An interview with Library Journal’s Mover & Shaker Theresa Burress

As a Science Librarian at the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, Theresa Burress has learned more about networking than she ever imagined. Between attending faculty events and working on a planning committee for a scientific organization, she has found … Continue reading

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Digital Innovation in the Library World: An interview with Library Journal’s Mover & Shaker Eric Morgan

What exactly is a Digital Initiatives Librarian? We sat down with Eric Morgan, one of Library Journal’s Movers & Shakers, to learn more about his role at University of Notre Dame. And yes, he is very good at sorting through … Continue reading

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Using Librarianship to Share Marginalized Narratives: An interview with Library Journal’s Mover & Shaker Chaitra Powell

Chaitra Powell, the African American Collections & Outreach Archivist at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill is bringing marginalized narratives to the forefront of conversation. This Library Journal Mover & Shaker helps her community share their stories by integrating … Continue reading

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Bridging the Librarian and Vendor World: An interview with Library Journal’s Mover & Shaker Ann Snoeyenbos

For the second installment in our Library Journal Movers & Shaker video Interviews, we sat down with Ann Snoeyenbos, the International Sales & Special Markets Manager at Project Muse. Though she never planned on joining the vendor world, she has … Continue reading

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Sustainability and Librarianship: An Interview with Library Journal’s Mover & Shaker Madeleine Charney

Every year, Library Journal recognizes 50 people around the world who are redefining what it means to be a librarian. Known as Movers & Shakers, these individuals fall into one of six categories: Advocates, Change Agents, Community Builders, Digital Developers, … Continue reading

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Celebrating Open Access Week 2018

By Kathleen Sargeant, Marketing Manager, Open Access With the emergence of initiatives such as “Plan S”, open access is currently at a juncture, and as the landscape continue to change we as a community are once again shaking up how … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Blog Posts from SAGE Open Access in 2018

In 2018, open access journals at SAGE began experimenting with a new style of blog post, to aid authors in reaching new audiences with their research. These new blog posts allow the author to summarise one or more of the … Continue reading

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How to Use Diverse Narratives and Storytelling to Create a More Inclusive Classroom

This story originally appears in American Government: Stories of a Nation by Scott F. Abernathy, CQ Press, 2017.  Students are entering today’s college classroom with a diverse range of backgrounds, beliefs, experiences, and opinions. According to a 2016 report from … Continue reading

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How to voice a movement (and the books that will inspire you to do so)

By Olivia Butze, PR Associate In support of Banned Books Week, SAGE hosted a webinar on the freedom of speech and the freedom to read and write in partnership with the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom and Index … Continue reading

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160 reasons why Banned Books Week is important

Every year, an estimated 10,766 books, databases, displays, speakers, programs, and social media posts are challenged or banned. That means 10,766 stories, views, lessons, and opinions go unshared. In a world where social media reigns and fake news is all … Continue reading

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Fruitful Feedback: 5 Factors of a Great Peer Review

By Jennifer Lovick, Executive Editor of Cancer Control and Technology in Cancer Research & Treatment and Senior Managing Editor at SAGE Publishing You’ve been invited to review a paper that is under consideration for publication in a research journal. You … Continue reading

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Publishing peer review: An interview with the editor of Cooperation and Conflict

By Mollie Broad, PR Executive, SAGE Publishing @broad_mollie Peer review, although an imperfect system, plays an essential role within the scholarly ecosystem and acts as the gatekeeper in order to maintain the integrity of the academic record. However, reviewing manuscripts … Continue reading

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