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SAGE Journals 2023 Packages

Why SAGE Journals?

SAGE Journals

High-quality content • Interdisciplinary coverage • Multi-device access
Consistent journal indexing • Training and support




Sage Journal Packages

Whether your library needs the full, interdisciplinary collection dating back to volume 1, issue 1, or a specific, focused collection targeted to your researchers’ interests, Sage can help you build the perfect fit by providing several journals package options to fit your libraries needs.



Sage Subject Collections

Sage is pleased to announce 27 subject collections at a more affordable price. Titles included in Sage Premier and Sage Deep Backfile are also available within these discipline-specific collections. 


Sage signs a transformative agreement with Norwegian consortium

 

Sage Publishing has signed a new open access publishing agreement with Unit consortium (Norwegian consortium for higher education and research), which negotiates and manages 39 licence agreements on behalf of Norwegian research libraries from the public sector. The three-year read and publish agreement applies to all articles received and accepted from January 1st, 2020 and will provide Norwegian researchers with:

Unlimited open access publishing rights in more than 890+ hybrid journals including titles published on behalf of, or in association with, over 400 societies


Copyright and permissions

Copyright and permissions

All our publishing is subject to international copyright legislation to protect us and you. These FAQs introduce the main points that affect you when submitting your work to Sage. They focus on the legislation of the US and the UK, both of which meet the requirements of international copyright frameworks.

Your journal’s editor, or production editor at Sage, will be able to provide further guidance, and answer questions not covered below.



Supplemental Material – Guidelines for authors

The following guidelines outline Sage’s general policy for handling supplemental material, but please always refer to individual journal author guidelines to check for any bespoke policies.


Supplemental Material – Guidelines for authors

The following guidelines outline Sage’s general policy for handling supplemental material, but please always refer to individual journal author guidelines to check for any bespoke policies.


FAQs

What is open access?

Open access content is made freely available to under the terms of a Creative Commons licence. Open access publication is usually subject to payment of an article processing charge (APC) paid by the author, institution or funding body. 


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