Free On-line access to all 500 SAGE Journals till 31 Oct 2008

You can now register for free online access to over 500 SAGE journals with content available from 1999–current, until October 31, 2008Register here

Earlier this year, SAGE celebrated the launch of the 500th journal site on the SAGE Journals Online platform. SAGE Journals Online provides users access to one of the largest collections of social science, humanities, and scientific, technical, and medical content in the world. 

Activation takes only seconds and then you can access all 500+ journals on SAGE Journals Online, our award-winning online platform. register here

Some of my favorite publications at Sage include:

Biblical Studies & Theology

Currents in Biblical Research

Journal for the Study of the Old Testament

Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha

Journal for the Study of the New Testament

Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus

The Expository Times

Ecclesiology

Journal of Pentecostal Theology

Studies in Christian Ethics

Some examples of SAGE journals in other fields that interest me:

Race & ClassJournal of Asian and African StudiesCross-Cultural ResearchCultural DynamicsCultural GeographiesCultural SociologyCulture & PsychologyCurrent SociologyDiscourse Studies

DiogenesEthnicitiesEthnographyInternational Journal of Cultural StudiesJournal of Black StudiesLeadershipMemory StudiesManagement in EducationTime & Society, (many, many more)

Obviously, I don’t have time to read all of these, but sometimes it’s worth skimming the contents and  downloading ones you think might be interesting for future reference.

Free Access to Sage Journals – Education, Politics, Peace, etc.

Sage is offering FREE temporary access to a number of journals. (Otherwise, articles can be $15-$25 each.) Two categories caught my eye recently: Education (51 journals) and Political Science, International Relations and Public Administration, which includes: Journal of Peace Research, Cooperation and Conflict, International Relations, Journal of Conflict Resolution, and Journal of Developing Societies which all have some very relevant articles for our current situation.)

Both offers run through April.

To sign up, click here then choose the category of your interest (there are many, especially medical journals).

PS – I’ve been signed up with sage for years; there’s no catch.