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Addressing Research Challenges with SAGE Research Methods

Addressing Research Challenges with SAGE Research Methods Online

Research presents challenges, both to those engaged in research as well as to those teaching, advising, or instructing others on the research process. This session will provide an overview of SAGE Research Methods, a resource that provides research support by guiding users through every step of the research process. As the ultimate methods library, SAGE Research Methods is designed to help learn, teach, and explore methods across the social sciences and STM disciplines. We will pay particular attention to the Research Tools in the platform: the Methods Map, Project Planner, Which Stats Test, and Reading Lists – and will explore how the tools, content, and platform features can help users address and overcome research challenges. 

As a result of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Search and browse for information across content types and disciplines
  • Access the Methods Map to identify how research methods and terms are related as well as to connect to relevant content in the platform
  • Use the Project Planner for step-by-step guidance through the research process
  • Take the Which Stats Test to determine the best statistical method for their data
  • Create a SAGE Research Methods profile and use its features, including Reading Lists, to organize and curate content for research and teaching 
Thursday, January 5, 2023
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Time Zone:
Mountain Time - US & Canada (change)
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
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  Lab NEXT     Research Skills  
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This session will be led by Emily Smith, Senior Engagement Librarian with SAGE Publishing. Emily is a librarian with over a decade of experience in research and information literacy instruction and is passionate about connecting people with resources to enhance their teaching and learning.