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SAGE Announces Video and Data Additions to Award Winning Research Methods Resource  

SAGE Publishing announces today the release of SAGE Research Methods Datasets Part 2, a collection of 300 new datasets that demonstrate how-to support for data analysis, and SAGE Research Methods Video: Data Science, Big Data Analytics, and Digital Methods. With these additions, SAGE adds to its growing collection of resources that aid in the facilitation of data source training and data comprehension and analysis.  






Consortia Subscriptions

Offerings from Sage for Library Consortia

In response to research and feedback from our market, including discussions with the library community, Sage has expanded its offerings to consortia customers. We now provide all of the following purchase options to library consortia. 


SAGE launches interactive, adaptive courseware for research methods

Educational Research Methods, powered by Acrobatiq, a learning optimization company from Carnegie Mellon University

Los Angeles, CA - SAGE is delighted to announce the launch of Educational Research Methods, powered by Acrobatiq. Designed for undergraduate and graduate students, the courseware provides students with a thorough understanding of qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods as well as action research.


Activist Frances Crowe looks back on her 70 years of anti-nuclear protest

Los Angeles, London - With over seven decades of civil disobedience under her belt, legendary activist Frances Crowe was most recently arrested this year for trespassing at Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Station, two months shy of her 95th birthday. On the publication of her book, Finding My Radical Soul, Crowe speaks out about her Midwest upbringing during an era of Progressive politics, her evolution as a protestor, and the source of her remarkable drive in an exclusive interview with the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, published by SAGE.


Extinction and climate change: An interview with Elizabeth Kolbert

The New Yorker staff writer explains how she researched and why she wrote her new book, The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History

Los Angeles, London - A large proportion of Americans do not believe climate change is occurring. Prominent environmental writer Elizabeth Kolbert explores the denialist phenomenon, the challenges of saving wildlife from extinction, and the journalist’s role in communicating science in an exclusive interview with the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, published by SAGE.


SAGE Publishing makes investment in Publons, the peer review innovators with a mission to speed up science

Los Angeles, CA. SAGE Publishing, a leading independent academic publisher of journals, books, and digital media, today announces that it has led an investment round for a minority stake in Publons with additional participation by existing investors. Known for its mission to use peer review to speed up science, Publons will remain completely independent and publisher-neutral following this investment, allowing for continued participation from other parties.


SAGE Business Cases launches to put core business concepts into practice

Los Angeles, CA. SAGE Publishing is pleased to announce the launch of SAGE Business Cases, the first comprehensive business case collection created specifically for the library market. The discipline-wide collection of case studies enables students and researchers to analyze real-world challenges and take on the roles of decision-makers in all types and sizes of businesses.



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