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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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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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SAGE India author, Malini Chib receives President of India’s award for her book

We received some exciting news from our colleagues in India last week. Publicity Manager Aarti David writes… “Some good news….You will be pleased to know that Malini has got the National Award for her book ‘One Little Finger’ . The … Continue reading

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Sara Knight Given Award at Early Years Oscars

Sara Knight, senior lecturer at the Department of Education at Anglia Ruskin University received a Highly Commended Award at the Nursery World Annual Awards ceremony for her book Risk and Adventure in Early Years Outdoor Play last month.  The evening … Continue reading

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Sociologists get their own SAGE site

We recently launched a new website for our sociology readers and authors, you can find it at: http://sociology.sagepub.com/. We publish more than 70 highly-read and cited journals in sociology and related fields, many of which are owned by societies and … Continue reading

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Working with our local university

  SAGE and Corwin staff recently spent a great day at Californian Lutheran University discussing all  things publishing.  We started the day with a key note talk from one of SAGE’s local authors.  Professor Michalle Mor Barak is at the … Continue reading

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SAGE Scope brings images to life

Scientific articles have only been able to show a representation of what the researcher can see on their microscope slides.  This is typically a color image and can be expanded to fit a computer screen.  But just imagine how much … Continue reading

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SAGE gathering at the Globe Theatre

This month, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre launches a major new campaign to build an indoor Jacobean theatre. SAGE’s founder, Sara Miller McCune is the first major sponsor of this worthy initiative, and we were delighted to host a gathering for Sara; … Continue reading

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SAGE and Corwin at AERA

SAGE and Corwin recently attended the American Educational Research Association’s (AERA) annual meeting in New Orleans to help connect with our audiences and continue our relationship with the AERA.  SAGE publishes the journals of AERA and also publishes relevant textbooks … Continue reading

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Inviting and responding to comments

The BMJ have an active system for readers to comment on articles published in their online publications.  But a recent report covered here in the Scholarly Kitchen suggests that authors are not engaging in the process.   The BMJ report: “Adequacy … Continue reading

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