Tag Archives: SAGE

Global Giving: a new charity initiative

A guest post from Katie Metzler in SAGE London: This week in London, SAGE has launched a brand new charity initiative called Global Giving. The scheme will be run by the SAGE Connect Group, a team of 20 volunteers who … Continue reading

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Social scientists’ role in strengthening trust in scientific evidence

Last week was the ESRC’s annual festival of social science. This is the third year that SAGE has participated in a joint event with the British Academy, and forms part of our ongoing mission to champion the value and relevance … Continue reading

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It’s always nice to feel the love…

I hope they won’t mind my linking to it, but Kingston University’s publishing course ran a masterclass recently with SAGE’s global publishing director, Ziyad Marar. They’ve written up a great summary of the event, where Ziyad talked about SAGE’s values. … Continue reading

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An introduction to SAGE’s newest partner – Which Medical Device

When you think of SAGE, you will typically think about our publishing programmes as books, journals, or reference. We do however have a growing number of online products and services too. We’d like to introduce you to our newest initiative. … Continue reading

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Learning Matters is now part of SAGE

I’m delighted to share information about a new acquisition completed in the SAGE London office at the end of July. SAGE has acquired Learning Matters – a leading independent academic textbook publisher based in Exeter, UK. It is a private company … Continue reading

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SAGE Executives in the news

It has been an interesting time for the SAGE, for many years a relatively private company, as some of our colleagues have been interviewed by the publishing press in the last month. Blaise Simqu, SAGE’s CEO has been interviewed by … Continue reading

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SAGE author Eileen Munro discusses child protection issues

SAGE author Eileen Munro appeared on BBC Breakfast news and Radio four programme The Today show yesterday discussing a new report she has chaired on child protection. Eileen, Reader in Social Policy at the London School of Economics, specialising in child protection, has been … Continue reading

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Brain performance improved by Sage extract

Monoterpenoid extract of sage (Salvia lavandulaefolia) with cholinesterase inhibiting properties improves cognitive performance and mood in healthy adults From Journal of Psychopharmacology Sage has been used in Europe for centuries as a spice and a medicine. There are over 500 … Continue reading

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New benefits for SAGE reviewers

We are delighted to announce a new facility to provide free access to our journals to individuals who act as reviewers for SAGE journal articles. The peer review process is the lynchpin of the scholarly publishing process, and relies heavily … Continue reading

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SAGE at 45 – a letter from Sara Miller McCune

Dear employees, authors, editors, societies and other partners, On the 45th anniversary of the founding of SAGE, I wanted to share with you – the SAGE community – my thoughts and reflections on the company that I started back in … Continue reading

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A bleak future for social science?

SAGE and the British Academy were co-hosts of a packed out debate in London this week to discuss the future of the social sciences. We invited leading researchers, politicians, policy makers and the general public along to the Royal Institute … Continue reading

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Marketing to Libraries

On Friday Nov 20th SAGE London’s head of Journals Marketing, Bernie Folan, chaired a seminar on behalf of the ALPSP entitled “Marketing to Libraries” in London. Below is her summary of the event. I’d been working on the seminar for some time, … Continue reading

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COUNTER 3 vendors listed

The first list of vendors/publishers compliant with Release 3 of the Code of Practice for Journals and Databases has been published on the COUNTER website. COUNTER (Counting Online Usage of NeTworked Electronic Resources) is a multi-agency initiative that serves librarians, … Continue reading

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