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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

User guide for Sage Research methods online collection

Our Librarian Nancy Herther has created a user guide for the Sage Research Methods online collection.

Message from Nancy:
I've sent along information on the Sage Research Methods online collection in the past, this extraordinary database covers everything from ethical issues to practical tips. Quantitative formula to qualitative research involving the internet or multimedia. Procedures to tips on writing up your results. All researchers - including novice students - need to use this key resource!
To provide a little incentive and review this key resource, I've attached a user guide - which can be used any way you would like. If you would like me to come to your class or meet with students about their research projects, just let me know as well. Databases in the Libraries are constantly metered for usage - and this becomes a major factor in deciding each year which databases to keep and which to let go - so using these great databases is to everyone's advantage!
Nancy K. Herther
Librarian for American Studies, Anthropology, Asian American Studies & Sociology
To view Nancy's user guide to Sage Research Methods, click here.