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Supplemental Material – Guidelines for authors

The following guidelines outline Sage’s general policy for handling supplemental material, but please always refer to individual journal author guidelines to check for any bespoke policies.


FAQs

What is open access?

Open access content is made freely available to under the terms of a Creative Commons licence. Open access publication is usually subject to payment of an article processing charge (APC) paid by the author, institution or funding body. 



Usability Testing FAQs

If you’ve been invited by Sage to participate in usability testing, you might have some questions (such as ‘what’s that?’). We’ve created this page to answer some of the most common questions.

What is usability testing?

Usability testing is where we ask people to use a website or app and observe what they find easy, what they find more difficult, and how they feel about their experience.


Award-winning resources for Canadian post-secondary education

Access the award-winning SAGE Video and SAGE Research Methods collections in health and social wellness curated to meet the diverse needs of Canadian faculty and students. Providing a well-rounded academic experience that informs social welfare, policy, and healthcare, SAGE digital library products support a comprehensive learning experience through varied and interdisciplinary content for enhancing any course modality, as well as research projects. 



Sage Journal Packages

Whether your library needs the full, interdisciplinary collection dating back to volume 1, issue 1, or a specific, focused collection targeted to your researchers’ interests, Sage can help you build the perfect fit by providing several journals package options to fit your library's needs.

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Open Call for Papers

Looking to publish in a Special Issue for even more impact? Our website is regularly updated with the latest general and special issue call for papers across our Social Science, Humanities, Science, Technology, and Medicine journals. Make sure you read the relevant journal’s Aims & Scope and Manuscript Submission Guidelines before submitting and contact the journal’s editorial office with any queries about your article.



SAGE Vantage Student Site Accessibility Guide

Last updated: 10 July 2023

 

Welcome to the accessibility guide for the SAGE Vantage Student Site (hereafter SAGE Vantage). We frequently make improvements to make our site more accessible, so you may wish to bookmark this page and check back every now and then.




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