SAGE Navigator

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Sage has launched Sage Navigator, which it describes as the essential social sciences literature review tool.

Hosted on the Sage Knowledge platform, Navigator provides students, faculty and researchers with access to the resources to kick-start their literature search and review.

With over 290 topics covered at launch, Navigator provides students with a single platform from which to discover high-quality literature in their chosen field, while the interactive research chronology provides researchers with a new perspective on their field.

Guiding users through seminal pieces within their chosen subject, the tool enables students, faculty and researchers to access more than 20,000 recommended readings from more than 1,000 publishers. With each topic introduced by an internationally renowned academic within the field, Navigator enables students to bring an authoritative voice to their review.  

For readers, Navigator offers full text HTML display, with print and PDF download options. Functionality to enable multiple citation options is also provided.

'Research habits are changing as the digital landscape develops, and today’s researchers want to locate what they seek quickly and easily,' said Karen Phillips, editorial director at  Sage.

'Here at Sage, we strive to not only publish high-quality content, but also to make it easy to navigate and organise for learning, teaching, and research, supporting and enhancing the learning experience.'