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Exclusive UCL textbook collection from Sage

UCL and Sage Publishing have teamed up to offer you and your students free unlimited access to 96 of our premium textbook titles in eTextbook format, available through your library.

The titles range from discipline specific textbooks, to Research Methods and Study Skills books. All you have to do is look up one of the titles on offer on the UCL library page and you can access it, on or off campus.


SAGE Publishing wins four 2016 APEX Awards

SAGE Publishing is delighted to announce that four of its titles have won Awards of Excellence from the Annual Awards for Publication Excellence (APEX Awards):

  • Scars, Burns & Healing

Category: Magazines, Journals & Tabloids – New

Nominations Open for 2018 SAGE-CASBS Award

The Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) at Stanford University and SAGE Publishing now are accepting nominations for the 2018 SAGE-CASBS Award.

SAGE Reference titles honored by Library Journal

Los Angeles, CA - SAGE Reference resources continue to receive recognition for excellence, most recently by Library Journal in their annual Best Reference feature. Library Journal has selected three key SAGE/CQ Press titles to be included in its 2013 list.

SAGE to begin publishing Dose-Response

Los Angeles, CA - SAGE today announces that it has begun publishing Dose-Response, the official journal of the International Dose-Response Society (ID-RS). The quarterly journal publishes research that measures the ecological, psychological and biological responses to substances in various quantities.

SAGE Launches Comprehensive Research Methods Reference Resource

SAGE Publishing today launches SAGE Research Methods Foundations, an online reference resource on all aspects of research methods and the research process for the social sciences. The resource contains hundreds of entries written by an international roster of methods experts, such as psychologist Paul Stenner and sociologist Guillermina Jasso, each between 500 and 10,000 words.

The entries provide in-depth introductions to: