Faculty User Guide
This is an insider's guide to getting the most out of the SRM platform including:
- Metadata Tags that are especially useful for discovering related content across content types. For example, if you're teaching with cases, you can find related cases, videos, books and methods by clicking on any of the method, discipline, sub-discipline, keyword or academic level tags.
- Research Tools include The Methods Map, Reading Lists, Project Planner, Which Stats Test? all of which can be useful to faculty in a classroom or research setting.
- SAGE Recommends: Discover content that you might find interesting from other SAGE sites, based on what you are currently reading. It’s a great way to discover relevant or interesting material that you might otherwise have missed, including journal articles, case studies, reports, and even statistical data.
- Citations: Look for the "Cite" button at the top right of every content page. You can easily create citations for any course list or works, and is especially useful for non-traditional content types, such as video or cases. You can also export citations into your preferred citation manager.