Friday, 17 April 2015

Sage Research Methods

Sage Research Methods is an online search tool for finding information about research methodologies. It may be particularly helpful if you are in the process of designing, conducting or writing up a research project. For example, you could use it to answer questions about your chosen research method. The resource is relevant to a range of disciplines including the social sciences and health sciences.

Use the Search box (located in the top left of the page) to locate relevant information or use the Advanced Search option to construct precise search queries. Search results will include: books, dictionary and encyclopaedia entries, videos and journal articles. You can link to the full text from the search results.  
There are also options for browsing the database as well as a Methods Map (located under the Methodologies drop-down menu), which is a visual search tool.  

Sage Research Methods is available via the University Collections tab in StarPlus. Alternatively, follow this link and click Connect to Sage Research Methods – you’ll be prompted to login to MUSE as necessary.

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