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How to TwitterChat

Tomorrow we will have a lively open access conversation on Twitter. Perhaps you saw the note and wondered, what is a TwitterChat and how do you participate? A TwitterChat is a public exchange that takes place– no surprise– on Twitter. Anyone can join in and anyone can read the discussion. Log into Twitter. If you […]

Categories: Open Access, Social Issues, Students, Teaching, Tools and Resources, Tweetchat, Video

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Earth Day: Research for a Better World

April is a good time to explore SAGE journals you may not have had a chance to read. Log in here to browse and download articles. (See this related post for search and navigation tips on the journal hub.) Celebrate Earth Day by renewing your interest in global climate issues and their social, cultural, political, and economic implications! You […]

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Let’s chat: Teach & Learn Practical Research & Career Skills

Join us for a Twitter Chat to discuss ways to use these videos in your teaching, mentoring, or coaching. On April 26, simply log into Twitter and look for #SAGEMethodsChat. No registration is needed. If you miss the chat, you can look for that hashtag and access the discussion. We will meet at 4 pm […]

Categories: Careers, Getting published, MentorSpace, Research Skills, Students, Teaching, Uncategorised, Video

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Open Access Ethics Resources for Researchers

Independent researcher Dr. Helen Kara recently completed an important new book: Research Ethics in the Real World. She also co-edited a special issue on “New Directions in Qualitative Research Ethics” for the March 2017 International Journal of Social Research Methodology. She generously agreed to share this collection of open access ethics resources with Methodspace readers. You […]

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A Case for Teaching Methods

Look at SAGE Research Methods for cases that illustrate how studies are conducted–warts and all. Unlike journal articles, research cases describe decision-making, and in-the-moment course corrections when the pristine research design encounters the muddy real world. Use the tips below to design active-learning assignments with cases that enable students to prepare for their own research […]

Categories: MentorSpace, Mixed, Qualitative, Quantitative, Research, Students, Teaching, Tools and Resources

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Use the SRM Research Project Planner

SAGE Research Methods, the library resource we are highlighting during the  Open House, includes a number of specialized features to help researchers. Other posts have explored Methods Maps, Reading Lists and navigation tools that invite you to explore within your discipline or across disciplines. The Project Planner is another unique SRM feature. You can find the Project Planner in the drop-down […]

Categories: Dissemination, MentorSpace, Methods Type, Mixed, Qualitative, Quantitative, Research, Students, Teaching, Tools and Resources, Uncategorised, Writing

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E-Research and SRM Open House

The saying goes, “If a farmer fills his barn with grain, he gets mice. If he leaves it empty, he gets actors.” Like actors, researchers are always looking for an opening. If a means for communication opens, intrepid researchers will find a way to adopt it to their own objectives, shaking up the academic status […]

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More than a Month: Black History

The courage of those who fought against slavery and for civil rights In the United States is honored in the month of February. While school children honor heroes of the past during this month, clearly issues of racial equality cannot be viewed as historical phenomena, as is evident from the sharp increase in hate crimes […]

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SRM Social Bookmarking with Reading Lists

The Virtual Open House is your opportunity to access resources on SAGE Research Methods, and learn to use them here. See the whole series of Open House posts. Visit http://methods.sagepub.com with this special Open House log-in from February 1 to March 18. Find what you need with guidance for navigating SRM. Username: SRMbundle Password: winter2018 (Use the Institution login button) This is […]

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Creating a Culture of Inquiry in the Classroom

While MethodsSpace is a community of researchers, many of us also find ourselves in the role of instructor. This post is the first of a series that will explore juxtapositions of research methods and instruction. In Learning to Research/Researching to Learn posts I will explore ways that instructors can infuse research activities into courses where […]

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