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New SAGE Research Methods Video collection teaches essential research skills and accelerates professional development

SAGE Publishing is delighted to announce the launch of a new collection of streaming videos hosted on the SAGE Research Methods (SRM) platform, Practical Research and Academic Skills. Building upon SAGE’s extensive history of methods publishing across the wide range of the social and behavioral sciences, the videos teach the foundational skills needed to conduct research at any level and to succeed in academic life.



University of Exeter becomes first European university to purchase complete primary source portfolio from Adam Matthew Digital

Adam Matthew Digital is delighted to announce today that University of Exeter has become the first European university to purchase its entire digital primary source portfolio of over 100 modules.

The University, a long-time supporter of AM Digital, made its first digital purchase in 2008, and this week has completed its portfolio, with the addition of all new content publishing in 2019, as well as the entire suite of digitised microfilm.


SAGE Video Introduces Nursing Collection, Fostering Career Building Skills and Techniques

SAGE also launches interdisciplinary Leadership collection and new Education content

 

SAGE Publishing announces the launch of a new SAGE Video collection in Nursing to help students develop career-building skills and techniques. The 75+ hours of video foster clinical skills and teach nursing students to better understand and care for the whole patient. The addition brings SAGE's streaming video resource to 15 collections across the social and health sciences and research methods. 


Complaints and appeals

General Concerns or Complaints 

Anybody wishing to raise a concern or make a complaint about any aspect of being published in a Sage journal or working with Sage or our publishing partners may email publication_ethics@sagepub.com. Please note, Sage staff do not provide oversight or comment on editorial decision making on any of our journals.  


Selecting and Inviting Reviewers

Sourcing reviewers can be the most time-consuming part of an editor’s role. The following guidance aims to minimise the number of invites an editor must send for each manuscript and improve time to decision for our authors.

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Rate Cards

The following is a complete list of SAGE journals listed by alphabetic order. Click on each letter then journal title to link to the individual rate card.


Working with Your Reviewers

Peer review is central to the process of scholarly publishing, providing authors with valuable feedback on their work, acting as a quality control and informing the editor’s decision-making process.






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