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SAGE Publishing and the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery Foundation launch new open access journal

SAGE Publishing is pleased to announce the launch of OTO Open, the official open access journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery Foundation. OTO Open covers research on diseases and disorders affecting the ears, nose, throat, and related areas of the head and neck, and joins the Academy’s premier journal, Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery.


SAGE Publishing extends partnership with EBSCO Information Services to expand distribution of its journals portfolio

SAGE Publishing today announces an expanded partnership with EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) to broaden the availability of SAGE’s journals portfolio to North American public, corporate, medical, and other special libraries. With this partnership, EBSCO will begin selling SAGE’s journal packages and collections, which are housed on the recently relaunched SAGE Journals platform. SAGE will continue to partner with EBSCO for journal and e-package subscriptions in the academic markets globally as well.



SAGE Publishing and the American Marketing Association partner to publish AMA Journals

SAGE Publishing is proud to announce that it will begin publishing the portfolio of journals from the American Marketing Association (AMA) effective immediately. Founded in 1937, AMA is the largest chapter-based marketing association in the world with four premiere academic journals on the marketing industry.

AMA journals include new ideas from top academic and professional minds evaluating best practices and identifying next practices for today’s marketers. The four journals now published by SAGE include:


SAGE Publishing to publish the Ear, Nose, & Throat Journal

Beginning in 2019, SAGE Publishing is to publish the Ear, Nose & Throat Journal (ENT Journal).

The ENT Journal provides original, peer-reviewed clinical articles and case reports to its audience of ears, nose, and throat professionals, highlighting new scientific research and innovative approaches to treatment and case management. Previously published by Vendome, the journal utilizes multiple channels to deliver authoritative and timely content that informs, engages, and shapes the industry.


SAGE Publishing to publish Epilepsy Currents

SAGE Publishing will publish Epilepsy Currents beginning in 2019.

The official journal of the American Epilepsy Society (AES), Epilepsy Currents is a freely available online journal that publishes commentaries on recent significant research published in major epilepsy and seizure disorder journals. It is available in a print edition as well.


SAGE Publishing launches MentorSpace, a how-to hub for research methods

SAGE Publishing announces the launch of MentorSpace, a new free-to-access online community space that allows users to tap into the wisdom of those who have executed a specific aspect of the research process and want to share their knowledge with others. The site is a place for users to connect, share insights, learn from their colleagues, and broaden their professional networks.


Women build less effective professional networks then men as they underestimate self-worth

Understanding why women are less successful at networking is vital for the development of gender equality in the work place. A study, published by SAGE Publishing today in the journal Human Relations, contributes to this ongoing discussion, revealing that it is not only exclusion by men, but also self-imposed barriers including hesitation and gendered modesty that prevent women from networking as effectively as their male counterparts.



SAGE Publishing and the British Orthodontic Society announce partnership

SAGE Publishing has partnered with the British Orthodontic Society to publish its flagship journal, the Journal of Orthodontics (JOO). A quarterly peer reviewed journal with a global circulation, the first issue of the JOO to be published by SAGE will be in March 2019.

On behalf of the British Orthodontic Society, the President, Professor Jonathan Sandler commented:


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