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SAGE Research Methods

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SAGE Research Methods is an online collection of information (handbooks, articles, videos) that support beginning and advanced researchers looking for the best methods to use in their research. You can also find information on other parts of doing research such as writing a research question, gathering and analyzing data, preparing a literature review, working with teams, and publishing findings.  Handbooks such as the Qualitative Research Methods Series offer "how to" advice and support. Find sample data sets for practicing statistical tests, along with cases, videos, pamphlets and articles illustrating good research management practices. 

Northeastern users have access to Books & Reference, Cases Part 1, Datasets Part 1, and Video: Practical Research and Academic Skills.

Tutorials are available to learn more about how to make the most of this unique resource.

 

Type: 
Article Databases
Data & Statistics
Manuals & Handbooks
Subject: 
Interdisciplinary
Detailed subjects: 
Communications Studies
Cultures, Societies, and Global Studies
Digital Humanities
Economics
Education
Human Services
History
International Affairs
Political Science
Public Policy and Urban Affairs
Sociology
Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Access: 
Current NU including NCH London
Max number of users at a time: 
unlimited
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