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SAGE Research Methods and SAGE Campus

SAGE Research Methods and eBooks

SAGE Campus structured online learning modules


SAGE Campus

EUI members have access to SAGE Research Methods providing eBooks and tools in support of all aspects of social science methodology.

The platform provides full-text, searchable access to the SAGE 'green book' and 'blue book' series:

  • Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences (QASS) eBooks
  • Qualitative Research Methods eBooks.

All eBooks are also indexed in the Library Catalogue. The SAGE Research Methods user guide and training videos, are at this link

SAGE Research Methods provides a Methods Map to help navigate methods, concepts and techniques. The Project Planner is a step-by-step guide to starting, developing and completing a research project. The Methods Map and Project Planner can be accessed via the 'Research Tools' link in the top menu of the homepage.

The methods’ sections provide step-by-step information on all aspects of social science research cycles – including the formulation of research questions, research design, project management and data collection – as well as specific techniques (eg. structured and semi-structured interviews).


EUI members can access SAGE Research Methods via the Library catalogue.

EUI members have access to SAGE Campus - a suite of online learning modules for research methods in the social sciences. Multi-media content includes:


  • Self-paced interactive learning resources
  • Structured learning exercises
  • Video

SAGE Campus topics for research in the social sciences:


  • Research Design in the Social Sciences
  • Formulating a Research Question
  • Critical skills and research methods
  • Data science skills
  • Qualitative data collection tools
  • Introduction to R
  • Introduction to Python
  • Presenting Research Findings

  • Publishing academic work.

EUI members can access SAGE Campus via the Library catalogue.



Contact: Thomas Bourke at [email protected]



Page last updated on 12 July 2022

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