Category Archives: SAGE Connection

Listening to SAGE reviewers: thoughts on peer review and its impact on the wider scholarly community

Guest blog by Simon Bell, Publisher Portfolio Marketing, Publons Today we are putting a spotlight on the makeup and diversity of the SAGE Publishing reviewer community, exploring where they are based, their fields of expertise and the impact they have … Continue reading

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65,000 SAGE Reviewers on Publons

SAGE is pleased to report that over 65,000 SAGE reviewers are now getting the recognition they deserve for their reviews via Publons.  Reviewers play an integral role in maintaining the integrity and accuracy of research.  This essential hard work can … Continue reading

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One Badge at a Time: Why SAGE Supports the Office for Library Advocacy (and How You Can Too!)

By Olivia Butze  Have you ever left an American Library Association (ALA) conference overflowing with ideas to implement at your library? Between the many events and vast exhibits, ALA conferences are filled with inspirational content. However, with cuts to library funding … Continue reading

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Confronting the Confusion: Streamlining Access to Electronic Resources

At the Electronic Resources and Libraries Annual Conference (ER&L), Irina Trapido of Stanford University joined Lean Library’s Johan Tilstra to discuss the difficulties many students face when trying to access library resources. The session highlighted how numerous studies show that … Continue reading

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Have You Entered Our Instagram Launch Contest Yet?

As you may have already heard, SAGE recently launched a corporate Instagram account. Here, we hope to create an academic community by featuring librarians, professors, scientists/researchers and students; sharing behind-the-scene images of SAGE employees; and enjoyable, lighthearted academic memes. With … Continue reading

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Women in Engineering: How can we transform the future?

Lucinda Periac-Arnold Senior Publishing Editor, Science Technology and Medicine Journals, SAGE Publishing @LucindaPeriac Lucinda has worked in academic publishing for eight years, spending several years prior in the civil service. A graduate of Goldsmiths College and University of Manchester with … Continue reading

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Getting Students Ready for HR Analytics

By David Caughlin and Talya Bauer, Portland State University Recently, Caughlin and Bauer hosted a SAGE Talks webinar on HR Analytics. In this post, you can find slides from their webinar, a link to the webinar’s recording, and answers to … Continue reading

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Bettering the Path to Student Education: Insight from AERA Open, the 2019 PROSE Award’s “Best New Journal in Social Sciences”

AERA Open, an open-access, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the study and advancement of education and learning, recently earned the title of “Best New Journal in Social Sciences” in the 2019 Publishers Awards for Professional and Scholarly Excellence (PROSE) Awards. Sponsored … Continue reading

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Initiatives for Affordability: Rentals, eBooks, and Inclusive Access

By Olivia Butze, PR Associate Recently, SAGE announced its partnership with The Ohio Library and Information Network (OhioLINK), a statewide academic library consortium. The partnership gives higher ed students access to discounted e-Textbooks, an agreement in which students pay on … Continue reading

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How Can Societies Retain and Grow Membership?

By Livia Melandri, SAGE Publishing Growing and retaining membership is one of the leading goals—and biggest challenges—many learned societies and associations face. A strong membership is a great way to engage researchers, early career scholars, authors and advocates for your … Continue reading

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The Future of Libraries: The Importance of Visual Learning

By Olivia Butze, PR Associate According to a 2016 study, 22% of individuals did not know whether or not their library offered e-books and digital audio books, while 49% were unsure if it provided online certification programs. Surprising numbers, especially … Continue reading

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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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