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Making waves: SAGE and Big Data, a newsletter

SAGE Publishing has been making waves in the world of big data and social research. From releasing a new research methods video product, to publishing a whitepaper exploring trends in big data research, to sponsoring DataKindUK’s DataDive, it’s been a busy few months. Find out more about what we have been up to in our latest Big Data and Social Research newsletter.

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Taking to the stage as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science: SAGE and big data, a newsletter

This month SAGE Publishing took to the stage as part of the ESRC’S Festival of Social Science, looking at the impact of big data on social research. You can watch a full video of the panel debate in our latest Big Data and Social Research newsletter below.

Already planning your activities for 2017? Well look now further- we have also done a quick roundup of some of next year’s computational social science summer schools and workshops, find out more in the latest edition.

Wellcome Trust Open Access Policy

Sage is fully compliant with the Wellcome Trust Open Access Policy. Any article published by Sage that has had an Article Processing Charge (APC) funded by the Wellcome Trust will be published under a Creative Commons, Attribution (CC BY) licence, Version 4 (effective 1st April 2017) and will be automatically deposited in PubMed Central (PMC) on behalf of the author without embargo.

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SAGE Publishing launches OA monograph program across the humanities and social sciences

SAGE Publishing announces that it has expanded its open access program to include monographs, scholarly works that present academic research on a single topic, in-depth. Titled SAGE Open Long Form: Open Access Monographs, the new program will include works that have undergone several layers of review and make them accessible to the broadest community of social, behavioral, and humanities scholars.