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SAGE Research Methods moves to new platform for enhanced user experience

SAGE Publishing is pleased to launch a new platform for the SAGE Research Methods suite of products. The design of the new site was developed alongside student, academic and librarian user communities to improve discovery and user experiences and to allow users to get to the content they need more quickly. Now live, the platform features both text and video content, improved discovery and internal search functionality, and a responsive design to optimize use across devices.

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Generally grouped with 2-3 others into a 60 or 75-minute session. 

SAGE Publishing acquires Talis Group Ltd

SAGE Publishing has acquired Talis, a technology company, and its enterprise teaching and learning platform, Talis Aspire.

This acquisition marks an important step for SAGE as it moves SAGE's product portfolio beyond content-led resources into technology solutions that support teaching, learning and research in the higher education institution. This new move is in response to the evolving student, researcher, and library needs. 

Karen Phillips, Senior Vice President, Global Learning Resources SAGE said: 

You have trial access: Sample Cases and Teaching Notes

SAGE Business Cases, when purchased or subscribed to by your institution, offers unlimited access to more than 5,500 cases representing over 120 countries. This forward-thinking collection provides faculty, students, and authorized alumni foundational business coverage and fills known content gaps with diverse, global viewpoints that hit on emerging trends and undertreated areas in business education such as Social Impact, Su

Computer game reduces issues associated with AD/HD in children in China

New research marks the 1000th article published in SAGE Open

Los Angeles, CA. Children diagnosed with AD/HD can improve their behavior and social interactions in the classroom by playing a computer game that exercises their concentration, finds new research out today. The study marks the 1000th article published in SAGE Open, a peer-reviewed, open-access journal launched in 2011 which covers the full spectrum of the social and behavioral sciences and the humanities.

Services insufficient in supporting those affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

London, UK. There is an urgent need to do more to recognize prenatal alcohol exposure at an early stage and to integrate better pathways for diagnosis, assessment and support, finds a special issue of the SAGE journal Adoption & Fostering. The issue highlights the importance of raising awareness of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) as there are unclear protocols and guidelines in place to adequately support those directly affected.

SAGE and Expert System Announce Release of SAGE Recommends, a Discovery Tool Connecting Social Science Queries with Concepts

Allows semantic exploration of scholarly content across diverse formats and disciplines 

Los Angeles, CA- SAGE and Expert System today announced the release of SAGE Recommends, a new discovery capability within the SAGE Knowledge platform thatprovides users with links to related SAGE content to support academic research. Powered by Luxid® software, the feature uses SAGE’s new proprietary social science taxonomy to reveal connections between content and concepts across disciplines.