Search Results for Category: Video

Archived Webinar: Teaching Ethics for Research Methods

In this archived webinar, guest Craig A. Mertler of Arizona State University draws on his more than three decades as an educator to discuss how to teach ethics in research methods courses. The good news, says Mertler, is that this isn’t difficult content. But the bad news, he quickly adds, is getting grad students and […]

Categories: Ethics, MentorSpace, SAGE Posts, Tools and Resources, Video, Webinar

Tags: Craig Mertler

Continue Reading

Video: 10 Steps for Doing a Literature Review

“A literature review is not necessarily the easiest thing to do,” says Dr. Zina O’Leary, “but it is something that you can tackle if you’re systematic.” And so in this video O’Leary, a senior fellow at the Australia and New Zealand School of Government and author of several SAGE Publishing texts including The Essential Guide to Doing Your Research […]

Categories: SAGE Posts, Tools and Resources, Video

Tags: Literature Review

Continue Reading

Video: The Big Ethics Needed for Big Data

Is the skills gap in the social sciences and challenges with data access limiting the potential for big data to be put to “good” use? In this taped debate from the United Kingdom’s Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Festival of Social Science, Katie Metzler, head of methods innovation at SAGE Publishing, moderates a panel […]

Categories: Big Data, Ethics, SAGE Posts, Video

Tags: ESRC

Continue Reading

Finding Videos in SRM

This series of posts corresponds to the 2018 SAGE Research Methods Open House. If you would like to access the SAGE e-books, articles, case studies, videos, and datasets mentioned in these posts, explore SAGE Research Methods with a free trial. Videos offer an opportunity to hear an experienced researcher explain some aspect of research design […]

Categories: MentorSpace, Students, Teaching, Tools and Resources, Video

Tags: Janet Salmons, Navigation, Open House, SRMO, Visual

Continue Reading

SRM Videos to Match Research Readiness

This series of posts corresponds to the 2018 SAGE Research Methods Open House. If you would like to access the SAGE e-books, articles, case studies, videos, and datasets mentioned in these posts, explore SAGE Research Methods with a free trial. Sometimes we just want a clear explanation. We want someone to connect the proverbial dots, […]

Categories: MentorSpace, Research, Teaching, Tools and Resources, Uncategorised, Video

Tags: Navigation, Open House, SRMO, Visual, Visuals

Continue Reading

10 Commandments for Critical Thinking

Thou shalt think critically. That’s the takeaway messages in a new set of 10 commandments, this one from Tom Chatfield, author of the newly released Critical Thinking: Your Guide to Effective Argument, Successful Analysis and Independent Study. In the collection of videos below, Chatfield eschews the biblical but embraces the practical as he gives specific […]

Categories: SAGE Posts, Video

Tags: Critical Thinking, Tom Chatfield

Continue Reading

Archived Webinar: Tips for Student Success With Data

“I’ve found,” says Diana Aleman, assistant editor of SAGE Stats and MethodSpace blogger, “that students are consistently being called upon to pull data and/or statistics into their projects all the time. … Students are having a lot of trouble using the data sets that they’ve found and using them effectively in their projects or in […]

Categories: Big Data, Editorial, MentorSpace, Quantitative, SAGE Posts, Tools and Resources, Video

Tags: Data Discovery, Libraries

Continue Reading

Weaponized Feeds and Text as Data: Notes from IC2S2 2017

We just returned from the 3rd International Conference of Computational Social Science, hosted by GESIS-Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences in Cologne, Germany. It was an amazing conference — really well organized by the incredible local team — with a bunch of really interesting talks across the three days. It was inspiring to meet so […]

Categories: Big Data, Video

Tags: IC2S2

Continue Reading

Video: Struggling to Write a Literature Review?

It starts with a plaintive question: “Am I the only one struggling to write a literature review?” The answer from Zina O’Leary, senior lecturer and workplace integrated learning coordinator for the University of Sydney Business School, is instant and re-assuring. “No, you are absolutely not the only one struggling to write a lit review.” In […]

Categories: ACWRIMO, SAGE Posts, Teaching, Tools and Resources, Video, Writing

Tags: Literature Review, MethodsReview, SAGE Research Methods Video

Continue Reading