The aim of this tutorial guide is to introduce basic and advanced searching using the SAGE Journals Database. It is advisable to view the tutorials in the order listed as, but do not need to be viewed in a single session.

The tutorials are YouTube Videos made available by SAGE Publications on the company’s YouTube Channel.

Searching on SAGE Journals


Lesson 1: Portal Level Features and Highlights

Lesson 2: Homepage Features and Table of Contents

Lesson 3: Article Level Features and Highlights

Lesson 4: Full-text Article Features and Highlights

Advanced and Personalized Features on SAGE Journals

Lesson 5: My Tools feature

Lesson 6: Mobile Optimized Journal Homepages

Lesson 7: My Tools and Advanced Search Features

Lesson 8: Citation Manager and Browsing by Discipline

Lesson 9: Toll-free Inter-Journal Linking, the ‘E-mail a Colleague’ Feature and Social Bookmarking

Additional information can be found on the SAGE Journals home page..
And, of course, the library staff is here to help as well. When you are in the library, please ask for assistance at the Circulation Desk; when off-campus, please give us a call (818)386-5640 or send us an e-mail.

In addition to SAGE Journals, the library subscribes to two other database services, LexisNexis (on campus only) and EBSCOhost (available off-campus with institutional username and password—ask at Circulation Desk for this information). And your local public library, the Los Angeles Public Library, also provides access to useful databases, such as Research Library ProQuest.

There are a number of information resources that can help you supplement your research such as PubMed and Google Scholar. All students are encouraged to visit the Library for more information.

Happy searching!

END OF TUTORIAL (Click HERE to print a completion form to submit to faculty.)

Tutorial created by Caroline Sisneros, Library Director
July 30, 2013

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