Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

PSY540 Research Guide: Sage Research Methods Online

Sage Research Methods Online

SRMO database has full text information on research methods and the selection, design, and application of a research method. It contains full-text content from books, journals, and reference resources.
Content is sourced from book and reference material on research materials, together with editorially selected material from SAGE journals. More than 120,000 pages of SAGE's book and reference material on research methods are available.
Searching and browsing features include:
  • a browsing tool to allow users to explore related material hosted within the product; 
  • a visual "methods map" exploring connections between more than 2,000 methods, theories, and terms; 
  • the "SRMO lists" function, which enables users to store and share selected content;
  • links to Web Resources.

Sage Research methods datasets

The SAGE Research Methods Online database has over 500 datasets that are designed to support students with learning data analysis techniques. There are datasets for Qualitative and Quantitative analysis, suitable for SPSS and other research tools and methods.

Sage Research Methods videos

SRMO has over 400 streaming videos on all aspects of research methods, and other videos useful for developing practical research skills.

Planning Research Projects

Sage Project planner

"This tool is designed to guide you through your research project.  First, think about what stage you're at in your research.  If you've already gotten started, click on the stage that best describes where you are.  If you're just starting out, it might be helpful to read more about why we do research before getting started."

Illustration of the Sage Researcher planning resource, with step by step guidelines

Writing a Research Proposal