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Methods Term of the Week... Delphi technique

Delphi technique

"A predictive method for obtaining consensus among a group of experts often used as a means of problem solving, decision making and/or forecasting."…

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Added by SRMO at Methodspace on February 7, 2012 at 0:12 — No Comments

Methods Term of the Week... Action Research



Action Research

"A type of applied research designed to find the most effective way to bring about a desired social change or to solve a practical problem, usually in collaboration with those being researched."

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Added by SRMO at Methodspace on January 23, 2012 at 20:30 — 2 Comments

Check out the New Enhancements on SAGE Research Methods!

This week, we completed our latest enhancement release for SAGE Research Methods.  I want to share with you some of the highlights from this new release:

We have rebranded SAGE Research Methods Online, simplifying it to SAGE Research Methods.  The new logo is below: 

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Added by SRMO at Methodspace on January 20, 2012 at 21:00 — No Comments

Finishing touches ahead of beta go live

It's been quite a while since I wrote on this blog - apologies all. The SAGE and iFactory teams have spent the last month busily testing the site and finalising functionality ahead of the Beta go-live.



In the past 4 weeks we have visited a number of institutions to carry out user testing on the live site. These sessions were a combination of 1-to1 and group sessions that allowed us to watch individuals use the site and identify any navigational issues that cropped up, as well as to get… Continue

Added by Martha on October 4, 2010 at 17:25 — No Comments

Informing Public Policy: places still available

SAGE are proud sponsors of an upcoming two-day event that NatCen and the LSE are arranging.



INFORMING PUBLIC POLICY – New agendas for Social Research Conference 2009, taking place at LSE on 23rd – 24th April.



The conference examines the evolving relationship between social research and policy through both key-note presentations and panel discussions. It offers a superb opportunity for academics and policy makers to forge contacts and identify future challenges and future… Continue

Added by Mithu on April 8, 2009 at 10:00 — 3 Comments

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