To help you navigate the challenges and opportunities of the online teaching transition and working in a post-COVID world, we've assembled the following resources. Curated by experts, they are based on extensive research to tailor to your current needs.
Enhance your online teaching practice with some best practice guidance from experts in the field:
Sage Catalyst is a digital library subscription product.
Libraries can get an annual subscription to Sage Catalyst for unlimited, institution-wide access to the full textbook collection, including any new textbooks added during their subscription period.
In addition, their entire social science faculty can access Talis Elevate to use the collaborative teaching and learning functionality.
Find out more here
A selection of our most popular resources to help you to better connect with students:
We know it's e or nothing for reading lists right now and we have a variety of options to help you deliver course resources for teaching and learning that are available fully online.
Get immediate 30-day access to our curated collections of videos, data sets, business cases and more to plug into your VLE, link to in reading lists, or use in your synchronous or asynchronous teaching:
Get eBook access for your students
Please contact your local sales consultant for more information about setting your students up with access to our eBooks.
Partnering with your library
All Sage books are available as eBooks, and we can collaborate with your library to find the best supply solution. Please contact Justin or Chris for available access models. Find out more about Sage eTextbook provision
Get instant access to e-Inspection copies
Not in the office to receive an IC? No
problem! Many of our textbooks are
available as electronic inspection copies,
providing instant access to the book online
through VitalSource. If the book you’re
interested in doesn’t have this option,
please contact your Sage sales consultant
Online resources to accompany textbooks
Many of our textbooks are supported by additional Online Resources to aid your teaching - from classroom slides and journal articles to essay topics and practical assignments. To access:
Sometimes tech gets the better of the best of us. Click here for expert support from our technical support team.
Prefer to chat things through with a real human? Here’s a list of our local sales reps who can help you to identify and access the right resources for you and your students.
Your data collection may have been disrupted, your project meetings now held over Zoom, but Sage has resources to help you conquer these challenges and changes:
Our Author Gateway hosts clear and comprehensive guidance on becoming an author with Sage.
Our How to Get Published site contains many tools and resources to take you through the process of publishing with Sage.
Up-and-running with your online course? Want to help others enhance their online teaching? Consider submitting a blog post to the Social Science Space blog.