SAGE Research Methods Online - new database trial


27 August 2019 09:36
Sage Research Methods - what every researcher needs

The Library is currently trialling SAGE Research Methods Online until 30 September 2019.


SAGE Research Methods Online supports research at all levels by providing material to guide users through every step of the research process.

 SAGE Research Methods offers a vast amount of content, curated around supporting the social sciences, together with tools and resources to complement teaching, research, publishing and impact. It comprises:

- 1000 books, reference works, journal articles by world-leading academics and bespoke tools such as the Methods Map and the Project Planner to navigate through specific methods or parts of the research process

- Collections of more than 1,600 teaching case studies and 185 practice datasets, which provide invaluable classroom material to learn from real instances of data collection and hands-on data analysis practice

- SAGE Research Methods Video spanning two collections with a total of 185+ hours of video, with tutorials, expert interviews, documentaries, courses, and research methods recorded in action

 Access is available at: https://methods.sagepub.com/

 Useful Links

About SAGE Research Methods

How to use SAGE Research Methods, including User-Guides and Use Cases

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To help us decide whether we need to provide access to Sage Research Methods Online please take 5 minutes to complete our feedback survey

Alternatively, please send any comments or questions to Caroline Gibson (c.gibson2@lancaster.ac.uk)