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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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How can the publishing industry respond to the rise of big data?

The rise of big data and new technology has, and continues to transform the very nature of social research. This poses challenges, and opportunities, for both the publishing industry and the research community. From the rise of ‘open and sharing’ … Continue reading

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The ALPSP International Conference 2012: from a librarian’s perspective

Working in an industry that evolves as quickly as ours means that we need to be active in various conferences and seminars through the year. A few weeks ago, a number of the SAGE London team headed out to the … Continue reading

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Further expansion into Open Access: SAGE develops SAGE Open for medicine and engineering research

We’re delighted to announce we are launching a further three broad-spectrum open access journals – SAGE Open Medicine, SAGE Open Medical Case Reports and SAGE Open Engineering. The new journals build on the success of SAGE Open: the only broad-spectrum open access journal for the humanities and … Continue reading

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SAGE Knowledge – now in Beta!

After months of research, design and development we have opened up access to SAGE Knowledge, our new book and reference platform, to allow a further public round of testing and review before we launch in June 2012.  We are releasing new … Continue reading

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The 2012 Index on Censorship Awards: heroes of free expression

Index on Censorship this year celebrate their fortieth anniversary. That is forty years of fighting for the right to free expression, both through their magazine which SAGE publishes and through the many campaigns and events they arrange as an organization. At … Continue reading

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Strawberry Fields Forever

By Louisa Strain and Kathryn Bromwich from The Connect Group and The Green Group On Friday 16th March 20 volunteers from SAGE London donned their wellies and spent the day gardening in Bethnal Green, East London. Volunteers were recruited to participate in … Continue reading

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Coming soon: interview with Lawrence Waterman

The March issue of Perspectives in Public Health is a special issue on the Olympic Legacy. Later this week, London based Marketing Manager Marianne Gill will be interviewing Lawrence Waterman (pictured left), Head of Health & Safety for the Olympic … Continue reading

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Winners! SAGE is the Independent Publisher’s Guild (IPG) Academic and Professional Publisher of the Year 2012

We mentioned a short while ago that we had been shortlisted for this prestigious industry award. Last night, we found out that we were winners! SAGE is delighted to be the Independent Publisher’s Guild (IPG) Academic and Professional Publisher of … Continue reading

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We’re shortlisted! IPG Academic and Professional Publisher of the Year

The Independent Publishers Guild unveiled their shortlists last Friday for the 2012 IPG Independent Publishing Awards, run in association with The Bookseller and The London Book Fair. We’re very excited to have been shortlisted for the IPG Academic & Professional … Continue reading

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Measuring the reader

Last week, our Senior Online Products Manager, Martha Sedgwick, presented at a UCL Digital Publishing Forum seminar. These sessions, arranged by the Publishers Association, the Centre for Publishing at University College London and EDiTEUR , examine current issues of strategic importance … Continue reading

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Big Brother Mouse book party!

Every year, SAGE makes a number of donations to school libraries around the world through our annual Books for Schools programme. One recipient in 2011 was Big Brother Mouse in Laos. They recently held a book party, and set up a book … Continue reading

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SAGE bags “Best Stall” award at the 36th International Kolkata Book Fair 2012

Congratulations to our events colleagues in the India office, who earlier this month claimed “Best Stall” at the 36th International Kolkata Book Fair (25 Jan 2012 – 05 Feb 2012). The SAGE stall was awarded the Best Stall in the Large … Continue reading

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Fancy a game of chess? Volunteering at St Monica’s Primary School in Hoxton, London

Things are heating up this week in the Chess Club tournament at St Monica’s Primary School in Hoxton, London. Michelle is in the lead with 14 points, having not yet lost a match, but Anthony is catching up quickly with … Continue reading

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SAGE is now Global Knowledge Partner for the Academy of Indian Marketing

We were delighted to hear from our colleagues in SAGE India that a landmark Memorandum of Agreement was signed last month between the Academy of Indian Marketing and SAGE India, meaning that SAGE will be the exclusive Global Knowledge Partner for … Continue reading

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