Tag Archives: Teaching

Connecting with the Community: Catherine Dawson on creating activities for teaching research methods

By Sally Ransom, Marketing Manager, SAGE Publishing The way that reaching methods are taught and engaged with continues to change to account for fluctuating learning environments and classroom numbers, as well as new technology.  As methods continue to evolve, our … Continue reading

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Special Issue: The Challenges of Teaching Political Journalism 

Guest Editors: Stephen Tanner and Shawn Burns From Asia Pacific Media Educator The relationship between politics and journalism is centuries old. University-based journalism programs have an important role to play in the training of political journalists.  Some universities recognize this … Continue reading

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Providing evidence of value remains an elusive goal for academic libraries

Yesterday, we published the results of a six-month research project which SAGE had commissioned to better understand the perceived value of the academic library. The report sets out recommendations for academic libraries to enhance their working relationship with academic teaching … Continue reading

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Computers are oversold and underused in Middle East classrooms

Promoting the Knowledge Economy in the Arab World From SAGE Open This article discusses the need for a deeper institutional reform that will bring Arab classrooms into the 21st century. The research studies educational programs in Bahrain, Jordan, and the … Continue reading

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