Watch the following video on How to Start Your Research on SAGE Research Methods Online.
The video walks you through the example of Sarah, an undergraduate Psychology student, who uses the database to help her find information on her chosen research method. You will learn how to:
The Methods Map is a useful award-winning navigation tool unique to SAGE Research Methods Online that allows the researcher to simplify the large amounts of information retrieved from the database.
It is able to present a visualization of any of the 1,400 methods-related terms that are used within SAGE Research Methods Online and their interconnections.
In other words, it lets you view the contents of your search results by visually representing your research method term and its multiple connections to other relevant terms as a mind map.
The small map follows you throughout your search and you can click on it at any time to display the full map. As you move throughout the map, you can explore the relationships between terms.
You can save the content you find using the Methods Lists feature, which also allows you to privately or publically share your methods with a colleague or classmate or with the SAGE research community.