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SAGE Research Methods for The University of Oklahoma Library - Shared screen with speaker view
Claire Curry
21:16
how do alumni access it if they are off campus and no longer have an OU id and password?
Jeffrey Hastings
24:37
Hi Claire, good question. We can follow-up with some ideas that other universities have used for alumni access.
Joy Summers-Ables
30:50
I had the same question as Claire, so thank you for checking into access options for alumni.
Claire Curry
30:51
Why don't any entries show for people who don't have access, like journal articles that just show the paywall? At least people would know what's there.
Jeffrey Hastings
36:48
Another good question, Claire. Once OU's trial access has been setup, you'll have access to all of it. If OU acquires access to SAGE Research Methods after the trial, but doesn't have all of it, OU can choose whether to show content users do not have access to and generate turnaways, or turn on 'subscription sensitivity' and not show that content. Up to OU what your preference is.
Claire Curry
37:24
So it's not generally findable by people at large
Claire Curry
37:26
?
Claire Curry
38:07
Are these articles and cases studies peer-reviewed? Why would we feature the cases studies vs an article in a journal?
Jeffrey Hastings
39:04
It's likely that subscription sensitivity is turned on within OU's admin account. I can confirm with Cedric Johnson, our dedicated account support rep, and ask him to change that setting if you'd like.
Karie Antell
39:14
Are we able to look at the public content of people outside our own organization?
Karie Antell
41:16
Thanks!
Jeffrey Hastings
42:37
Our pleasure, your questions are much appreciated! There is a lot to think about around SAGE Research Methods, so please keep the questions coming :)
Joy Summers-Ables
42:58
So you can pick and choose "modules" and pricing is based on that?
Joy Summers-Ables
43:32
based on those that are chosen?
Jeffrey Hastings
43:32
Correct, Joy, thanks for asking. I can share the list of collections.
Joy Summers-Ables
44:29
Thank you.
Joy Summers-Ables
47:10
I can't image content isn't updated at any point, so what does it mean for those indicating "no annual update"?
Claire Curry
58:18
can you remind us of the date our access will start so we can try it ourselves?
Laurie Scrivener
01:02:40
I need to sign on to another meeting, but thank you!
Jeffrey Hastings
01:03:18
Yes, we requested full SRM trial access for OU running from Wednesday, October 6th through November 20th. Access may be setup already, and Cedric will be sending additional information to Karen and Sara to distribute. Joy/Karen, please let me know about trial access for OUHSC. Thanks!
Claire Curry
01:05:51
so will we get more detailed methods maps once access is enabled?
Kristal Boulden
01:06:35
Is there a module that will help students understand how to structure different types of papers (lit review, systematic reviews, etc)? A graduate student recently asked me about this.
Eugene Albin
01:08:07
I get that a lot too, Kristal.
Jeffrey Hastings
01:08:59
The Methods Map is really good at showing the relationship and scope of Methods. The Project Planner, as you are seeing a bit of it now, pulls a lot of this together, including to your point, Kristal, how to do a lit review, systematic reviews, etc. We can go into greater depth on our Oct 11th session, and would appreciate your input on how many sessions we should schedule and with which audiences you are seeking to get feedback from there at OU.
Claire Curry
01:09:28
In the Oct 11 session, are you going into more detail on actually demoing things?
Kristal Boulden
01:10:09
Thanks Jeff! Didn’t realize the Project Planner has the “Writing Up” section. Students definitely need this type of information.
Jeffrey Hastings
01:11:47
Thank you, Kristal! Claire, I'll ask Vanessa to give more information on the Oct 11 session :)
Claire Curry
01:12:03
Thanks Jeffrey