Sage Research Methods Online (SRMO) is a new collection of resources about research methods that the Library is trialling on our website.
SRMO incorporates over 100,000 pages of full-text content from Sage journals, books, and reference works, and provides a “methods map” visualising relationships between methods terms, concepts, people and literature, supported by a newly developed taxonomy for social science research methods.
Sage writes: “Please take some time to explore this unique tool and notify your faculty and students that SRMO is available for them to use as well. While SRMO is in beta, not all features will be functioning perfectly, and additional content will continue to be added through the rest of the year. Please feel free to point these issues, and any others you encounter, out to us as you notice them. There is a feedback button which will follow you throughout the site and you can click it at any time to offer comments. The goal of the beta is to learn how users view the features and functionalities of SRMO, so please contact us as often as you like, with comments, questions, and issues big or small. For technical questions about the site, please email firstname.lastname@example.org"
This is available only from computers on campus for the duration of the trial period, until 31 December this year.