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Free public education that pays for itself?

London, UK - Education funding, particularly at university level, is tighter than ever under current austerity measures. A new study published by SAGE in the journal Theory & Research in Education proposes a radical new approach that offers affordable higher education to all, and yet avoids additional government spending.



SAGE launches OA journal on Big Data and Society

Los Angeles, CA - Leading independent and academic publisher SAGE, has today launched Big Data & Society, an open access (OA), peer reviewed scholarly journal dedicated to exploring the implications of Big Data for societies. Big Data& Society aims to move beyond the usual notions of Big Data and provide a platform for connecting debates on how Big Data practices are reconfiguring academic, social, industry, business and government relations, expertise, methods, concepts and knowledge.


World-renowned collection of Shakespeare material to be digitized

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Adam Matthew announces exclusive agreement with the Folger Shakespeare Library as part of a new series of theatre-related projects

Adam Matthew is delighted to announce the digitisation of the world’s largest collection of prompt books from the Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington D.C.




How do men and women respond to gender bias in STEM?

Los Angeles, CA. Research has revealed that gender biases limit the opportunities for women within science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. But just how prevalent are these biases and how are they perceived differently by men and women? A new study out today in Psychology of Women Quarterly examined a well-known space for candid sharing of thoughts – the comments sections of online articles – and found that men are much less likely to agree with scientific evidence of gender bias in STEM than women.


SAGE announces pilot partnerships with Publons

Leading academic and independent publisher SAGE, established a pilot partnership with Publon, new company aiming to speed up science by making peer review faster, more efficient and more effective

London – SAGE, one of the world’s leading independent and academic publishers, has today announced a new pilot partnership with Publons, a new company working with reviewers, publishers, universities and funding agencies to turn peer review into a measureable research output.



Major Collection Documenting the US Civil Rights movement annouced

Adam Matthew signs new agreement with the Amistad Research Center, New Orleans

(Marlborough, UK) Adam Matthew has today announced an agreement to digitally publish a wealth of documents from the ‘Race Relations Department of the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries, 1943-1970’ held by the Amistad Research Center.


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