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What’s the biggest advance that SAGE has seen in the last decade?

The Scholarly Kitchen recently had a great post that asked their “chefs”: What’s the most important advance in publishing in the last decade? We thought it was a great question and wondered at SAGE how our colleagues would respond. So we posed … Continue reading

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SAGE Usability Testing: Learning from Students

Last week, SAGE’s Online Products team conducted a series of usability tests of our journal sites – especially SAGE Open – with social science PhD students at Stanford University. Observing the research patterns of these 4 advanced “power users” of … Continue reading

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SAGE journals’ mobile strategies

As the fall sessions begin across colleges and universities around the world, we can witness new trends in the use of mobile devices in higher education instruction and research. If you’ve spent any time on campuses in the last few … Continue reading

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SAGE’s Lettie Conrad Adds to new reference title

I would be remiss if I didn’t take a moment to recognize the good work of a colleague. I’m lucky enough at SAGE to work with a lot of impressive colleagues, and hopefully you’ve had a chance to partner with … Continue reading

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The Question of Discoverability – More than SEO?

Discoverability is one of the new buzzwords of our industry. Typically, most folks are referring to Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and other technical methods for ensuring online content is readily findable by the readers that need it. Publishers, authors, editors, … Continue reading

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Journal Article Versions: SAGE is Driving Transparency and Best Practices in Online Publishing

From Lettie Conrad The concept of a “version of record” may be an artifact from the days when publishing relied on printed distribution. Yet we still find value in the notion of an unvarying record of scholarly discourse, even in … Continue reading

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