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SAGE Research Methods webinar
This is an online training session for SAGE Research Methods, designed to give you a quick and simple introduction to this fantastic database. SAGE Research Methods contains thousands of resources, and is completely dedicated to the subject area of Research Methods. It supports all stages of the research process from: writing a research question, conducting a literature review, choosing the best research methods, analysing data, to writing up your results and thinking about publication.

The webinar is open to anyone to attend - library staff, faculty members, researchers, and students - whether you're simply curious to find out more, your institution is currently on a trial, or you already have a subscription and want an introduction or some refresher training.

Please come prepared to share your answers on the question: "What area of research methods do you find most challenging?"

The webinar will cover:
• Introduction to SAGE Research Methods
• Searching and browsing the database for interesting content
• Personalisation options – saved searches, and reading lists
• The different content types, and how they can be used in teaching and research
• Research Tools – Methods Map and Project Planner
• Session round-up, and Q&A

If you are unable to attend the live session but would like to receive a copy of the recording, please sign up, and select 'Yes' from drop-down box labelled "Recording only?". This way, we can email you the recording after the session, but we know not to expect you at the live event!

By signing up to this webinar, you acknowledge that your name and access details may be shared with the academic librarian at your institution. Please use your work or institutional email address when registering.

Have a question or need some help? Please contact the event organiser, Rebecca, on

Oct 11, 2021 02:00 PM in London

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