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SAGE Research Methods Online

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SAGE has announced a new online research tool called SAGE Research Methods Online (SRMO), which will be developed by RDW Group's iFactory, a web design and online publishing platform provider. SRMO is designed to support researchers and students with their selection and understanding of research methods in the social and behavioural sciences.

More than 100,000 pages of SAGE’s book and reference material on research methods will be available through SRMO. These will be enhanced with editorially-selected material from SAGE journals.

‘Research methods have been a core part of SAGE’s history, and it’s fitting that as we move into our 45th year, we are advancing our research methods programme with this dynamic new online product,’ said Blaise Simqu, CEO, SAGE. ‘Research methods connect every researcher, from undergraduates to advanced researchers as well as business professionals. With SRMO we aim to support, engage and enrich the user experience, making research methods content accessible and flexible.’