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SAGE Publishing Statement on the COVID-19 Pandemic

SAGE Publishing's thoughts are with the higher education teaching and research communities we serve as together we navigate this difficult time. We are committed to doing what we can to support you. 

We know that the work of the research community will be critical to addressing the challenge of COVID-19. To support this, we have taken a number of actions, for example: 

SAGE Book Content Open Access Archiving Policy

The table below summarises the open access archiving policy for book content published by SAGE.

The policy outlined below has been developed to enable authors of SAGE books and Institutional Repository Managers to easily identify what book content can be archived under what terms. For the archiving of content outlined below in open access archives, no additional, specific permission to archive is required.

Reviewer Rewards

We are grateful for the work that all of our reviewers do to help authors enhance and develop their papers and support the integrity of the publishing process. We recognize and reward the invaluable contribution you provide when you review for Sage.

Now Live: The SAGE Open Access Portal

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Publishing Quality Content

How to Attract and Publish High Quality Content

Below are some ideas on encouraging submissions to your journal which you may like to discuss with your Sage editor.

On Acceptance and Publication

The SAGE production process

  • Communication: We are conscious of, and understand, how keen authors are to see their work published. SAGE Production Editors maintain regular communication with journal editors and authors throughout the production process.
  • Proofs: We will email a PDF of the proofs to the corresponding author. Please return corrected proofs as soon as possible, or by the deadline requested, so as not to delay the publication process.