Tag Archives: SAGE

OASIS® platform adds 5,000 SAGE knowledge ebooks

(9 August 2018, Ann Arbor, MI) Academic libraries can now search for and acquire SAGE Knowledge content directly through the OASIS® platform, ProQuest’s search, selection and ordering system for print and ebooks. SAGE Knowledge is a cross-media platform with high-quality ebook and e-reference content in 10 social science disciplines. Its expansive collection of more than 5,000 […]


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SAGE Publishing partners with Figshare to support wider access to article supplemental material

(26 April 2018) SAGE Publishing today announces a new partnership with Figshare, the industry leading open repository of research data.  This partnership will help us improve the discoverability of supplemental material we publish for our authors, as well as support the display of this material online. Launched in 2011, Figshare is dedicated to improving the […]


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SAGE Publishing and the Hammill Institute on Disabilities partner to publish a total of 18 special education journals

(25 July 2017) SAGE Publishing today announces an expanded partnership with the Hammill Institute on Disabilities to publish Rural Special Education Quarterly (RSEQ), Beyond Behavior (BB), and Behavioral Disorders (BD). The new titles join 15 other special education journals that SAGE currently publishes on behalf of the Hammill Institute on Disabilities. “We are excited to […]


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SAGE Video grows with new collections in Sociology and Criminology & Criminal Justice

(1 March 2017, Los Angeles, CA). SAGE Publishing today announces that it has expanded SAGE Video, its highly reviewed library of streaming videos across the social sciences, to include two new collections: Sociology and Criminology & Criminal Justice. Hosted on SAGE Knowledge platform and designed to enhance research, teaching, and learning at all levels, the new […]


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New SAGE Journals Platform makes research easier to discover, navigate, and share from any device

(15 February 2017, Los Angeles, CA). SAGE Publishing has a new platform for SAGE Journals. In close consultation with researchers, editors, authors, society partners, and librarians – the new site has been designed to deliver a world-class online research experience. From enhanced author tools to more intuitive navigation to improved search functionality to ease of use […]


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SAGE Publishing launches collection of 480+ videos that illustrate how research is done

(1 November 2016) SAGE Publishing has launched a collection of streaming videos designed to help students and researchers learn and develop research skillsets and navigate the research process. Titled SAGE Research Method Video, the collection includes 484 videos on the broad spectrum of social science research methods and statistics. “Video is an incredibly powerful tool […]


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SAGE Publishing launches new SAGE video collections in business and management, politics and international relations and psychology

(12 July 2016, London, UK) SAGE Publishing today announced the launch of three new exclusive SAGE Video collections: Business and Management, Politics and International Relations and Psychology. Designed to support research and learning, these three extensive and diverse streaming video collections feature 400 hours of video combined. Bringing key social science fields of research to […]


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SAGE launches streaming video collections to support pedagogical, curricular and research needs

(5 May 2015, Los Angeles, CA) SAGE today announces the launch of SAGE Video, streaming video collections designed to support a range of needs across higher education, including pedagogical use in undergraduate teaching and learning and higher-level academic study and research. Celebrating 50 years as a social and behavioral science publisher in 2015, the first […]


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SAGE and Corwin make digital books available for iPad, iPhone, iPod touch & Mac

(21 April 2015, Los Angeles) SAGE and Corwin today announce that nearly 2,000 books are now available through iBooks for iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Mac. The list includes titles in a number of subject areas including business, communication, education, journalism, law, political science, research methods, and psychology. Read the announcement.


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SAGE supports access to information in Cambodia

(11 February 2015, London) SAGE today was delighted to announce an extended partnership with the eIFL Foundation scheme. The extended agreement offers access to SAGE Journals (SJ) online and SAGE Research Methods (SRM) to all 18 members of the foundations branch in Cambodia, Cam-eIFL. The eIFL foundation supports the wide availability of electronic resources for […]


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Librarians urge publishers to “get their metadata out there everywhere”

(22 January 2015, Los Angeles, CA) What are the biggest challenges that librarians face in promoting discovery of scholarly content? What can libraries, publishers, and other members of the community do to overcome them? “Improving the Discoverability of Scholarly Content: Academic Library Priorities and Perspectives,” a new SAGE white paper out today, discusses new ways for […]


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Swets Information Services B.V. bankruptcy announced: advice from SAGE

(9 October 2014) Following the recent announcement that Swets Subscription Agents requested the court declare a suspension of payments and appoint an administrator, Swets Information Services B.V. bankruptcy has been announced. Please see the message on Swets website: http://www.swets.com/news/swets-information-services-bv-declared-bankrupt. In light of this, it is essential that you send subscription renewals and payments for SAGE […]


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Swets files for bankruptcy

(31 October 2014) Details about your subscriptions via Swets. (28 October 2014) Swets foreign companies included in bankruptcy proceedings. (9 October 2014) SAGE advises customers about payments. (25 September 2014) In a posting to liblicense-1, Ann Shumelda Okerson says:  Dear Readers,  We appreciate the goodwill of all, especially the publishers who’ve forwarded numerous messages to liblicense-l, […]


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Education minister resigns over research fraud scandal

(14 July 2014) Taiwan’s Education Minister Chiang Wei-ling resigned on Monday 14 July over his links to a researcher whose papers were retracted from an international scientific journal because of alleged fraud. SAGE, the British publisher of the Journal of Vibration and Control or JVC, where the papers appeared, announced on 8 July that it […]


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SAGE statement on Journal of Vibration and Control

(8  July 2014, London) SAGE announces the retraction of 60 articles implicated in a peer review and citation ring at the Journal of Vibration and Control (JVC). The full extent of the peer review ring has been uncovered following a 14 month SAGE-led investigation, and centres on the strongly suspected misconduct of Peter Chen, formerly […]


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