Are your patrons turning to you for advice on how to get published? Perhaps you are interested in publishing your own research in one of SAGE’s information science journals. SAGE is committed to supporting librarians in shaping the scholarship of the future. Find a range of resources here on this page to guide you through each step of the author journey.
Make your publishing experience as smooth as possible with expert help and guidance from SAGE.
SAGE Author Services can help those struggling with language or formatting issues. Submit it to SAGE Language services before submitting to a journal to get help with editing, translation, and formatting your manuscript.
SAGE Path is a service that helps you quickly and easily find, submit, and get published with the right SAGE journal. The SAGE Journal Recommender is a search tool that will help you find a journal based on the subject and content of your manuscript. Enter keywords and the title of your manuscript to search over 1,000 SAGE journals and compare those most relevant for your research. Search results can be limited to those participating in SAGE Path.
SAGE Campus supports the teaching and learning for skills and research methods through 250+ hours of self-paced online courses, including a suite of 8 courses on getting published. The courses teach researchers an overview of the journal publishing landscape and how to write an article that will get published. Your library can subscribe for institution-wide access to all courses on the SAGE Campus platform. Request a 30-day free trial for your university today.
SAGE publish a suite of journals in Information Science and Library Studies. Take a look today, you may find yourself inspired to make your own contribution!
Need further help?
Look no further than the The Librarian Resource Center, for librarian resources, white papers, library news and more. For your patrons, make sure they visit the SAGE Journal Author Gateway for information to guide them through the entire publishing process.