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How librarians can support political scholarship and participation

We’re pleased to announce Julie Leuzinger, a political science librarian and the head of library learning services at the University of North Texas, as the winner of the 2017 Marta Lange/SAGE-CQ Press award. The award celebrates Julie’s support of political scholarship … Continue reading

How to engage your group of library supporters

Each year, United for Libraries and SAGE Publishing team up to award an outstanding leader of a Friends of the Library group for an academic library with a travel grant to the American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference. This year’s … Continue reading

How to teach American Government using real-life stories

Some educators naturally use stories—from pop culture, news, or current events, etc.—to relate concepts and ideas to their students. When instructors truly understand the power of storytelling, as SAGE Publishing author Scott Abernathy explains in the recorded webinar below, they … Continue reading

Is the lack of reviewer recognition putting research at risk?

Publons co-founder Andrew Preston outlines the online tools' new initiative to better support reviewer recognition. Giving better recognition to reviewers and highlighting their expertise, Publons state, could have a very positive impact on the world of scholarly research. Peer review … Continue reading

5 Ways to Take Your Entrepreneurship Teaching to the Next Level

If you’re going to teach an entrepreneurship class, you probably won’t approach it the same way as you would a normal class. By nature, entrepreneurship requires adaptability and creativity. In the archived webinar below, Dr. Heidi M. Neck, professor of entrepreneurship at Babson College, … Continue reading

How does your library support student success? Show us to win.

Send us a photo that demonstrates how your library supports student success for a chance to win a travel grant to the 2017 Charleston Conference or one of five $50 Amazon gift cards. How does your library support student success? … Continue reading

Stand up for banned books at ALA

Each year, individuals who find books conflict with their personal beliefs request them to be removed from library shelves and inaccessible to all patrons. The American Library Association (ALA) recorded 325 of these cases in 2016 and estimates that about … Continue reading

Celebrate National Library Week with SAGE!

By Emily Mazza, PR Intern, SAGE Publishing As a current college student the library, for me, represents the epitome of research and knowledge. It’s how I have access to thousands of research articles, books, and of course, a quiet place … Continue reading

Archived Webinar: Marijuana on the Mind – A Primer for Policymakers

Originally published on Social Science Space March 27, 2017. “Policy has clearly outpaced science” in the United States on the issue of legalizing marijuana for either medical or recreational use, say two researchers from Harvard University and McLean Hospital, a psychiatric … Continue reading

See what SAGE has in store for you at ER&L

The Electronic Resource and Libraries (ER&L) conference is right around the corner, from April 2-5. We’re excited to both attend the conference and sponsor the official Online Conference for those who aren’t traveling to Austin. We have five special sessions lined up. … Continue reading

Free Webinar-The Power of Stories: Engaging your American Government Students

There is a growing body of research that points to the power of stories in helping students learn and remember core content. Please join SAGE / CQ Press author and award-winning professor Scott Abernathy (University of Minnesota) for a discussion … Continue reading

How to get published: notes from an editor

This post first appeared on the ESRC blog on March 21st 2017  Mila Steele is a Publisher at SAGE Publishing, where she leads the research methods textbook programme. SAGE partnered with the ESRC to sponsor this year’s ESRC writing competition, … Continue reading

Free Webinar: Why Do They Do It? Tips for Teaching Intro Criminology

If you're a criminology professor, you may be wondering how you can more fully engage your students. Whether you've been teaching for 20 years or 2 years, it's likely that you've encountered challenges in your classroom. Join SAGE author and … Continue reading

Case in Point: Introducing the Performance Review System to Students

In most companies, performance appraisals (PA) are a common practice used to evaluate overall employee performance while monitoring and fostering the success of both the employee and the company as a whole. This month's installment of Case in Point, a blog series … Continue reading

Free Webinar: Marijuana on the Mind: A Primer for Policymakers

Marijuana on the Mind: A Primer for Policymakers Eight U.S. states have legalized recreational use of marijuana, 11 are considering loosening their laws this year, and even Congress is half-heartedly looking at ending the federal restriction on state marijuana laws. … Continue reading