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Welcome Mark Carrigan, Mentor-in-Residence for November

Who are “Mentors-in-Residence”? Mentors-in-Residence are SAGE authors who are willing to share their expertise with MethodSpace readers. During a one-month stint, they contribute ideas and answer questions.  They also discuss their current SAGE books. We started this effort in October, with Bernadette Wright and Steve Wallis as our first mentors. You can read their posts […]

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Mentors & Research Dissemination

For mentors who work with student or early career researchers, dissemination of their research is a priority. How can you encourage and assist them in publishing and presenting their work?

Categories: Dissemination, Focus Series, Instruction, Other, Publishing, Research, Supervising and Teaching Research Skills and Roles, Teaching, Tools and Resources, Writing and Editing

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Nurturing Researchers Webinar Q & A

More questions were posted than we had time to answer during the during the Nurturing the Researchers of Tomorrow webinar. This is the first of a series of posts in response. Q. I understand that Nicola Pallit’s work was based on postgraduate research. I feel like undergraduate research has been neglected. After all, they will […]

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Python Bootcamp: Coding For, and As, Social Science

In the last few years, there has been a decline in the hype which once surrounded ‘big data.’ This could easily lead one to conclude that a fad has passed, but the reality is that we have entered a stage where we are grappling with its practical implications, rather than breathlessly greeting its arrival; a […]

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