Contains access to numerous methods titles in electronic form. Create and share your own methods lists (several customized lists exist, e.g., http://www.srmo.sagepub.com/explorelists), search for specific methods and illustrations, and link to methods articles published in Sage Journals (e.g., Political Analysis). In a future iteration of SRMO, methodology discussions and essays will be seamlessly linked to SAGE journal content that utilizes or illustrates the method in question. SRMO contains content from:
This fall, Woodruff Library will be trialing a new service from Sage, Sage Research Methods Online Cases, which puts research methodologies into the context of actual research projects and articles.
Over 600 books
Dictionaries, Encyclopedias and Handbooks
The entire Little Green Book and Little Blue Book series
Two Major Works collating a selection of journal articles
Newly commissioned videos
Individual electronic titles (as well as print equivalents) can be located in and accessed through the Emory Libraries catalog, DiscoverE.
Research guides have been compiled to assist faculty and students with locating and accessing necessary resources for completion of their research. Search for specific courses or for subject areas.
Health Sciences librarians also maintain their own webpages, designated by communities (research, public health, etc.) that point researchers to essential resources in their respective medical and health sciences research areas.
The Electronic Data Center was created in 1996 to support faculty and students at Emory University whose research and instruction make use of numeric and/or spatial data. We assist researchers and instructors with locating and accessing data, and with managing and preparing those data for analysis. The EDC site is designed to make quantitative data easily accessible to researchers at Emory University. Visitors to the site may download available data directly to their desktop 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For situations where the data are not available from our collection, we have supplied links to many of the primary quantitative data providers with resources on the internet. If the data are not readily available from our site or others, researchers may contact the Data Center staff about requesting the acquisition of specific data studies. Researchers may also set up an appointment with the EDC staff if they have questions or need guidance in finding useful data sets. If you have any questions or problems using this site, please email Dr. Robert O'Reilly (mailto:email@example.com) or contact him at 404.727.6129.
DiscoverE is the principal catalog for locating and accessing both print and electronic materials owned by Emory libraries. Note that Emory librarians periodically review our methods holdings to search gaps, replace old editions, and maintain a usable collection.
Databases/Emory is a searchable list of all databases to which Emory subscribes.
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For more information about any of these resources, please contact Dr. Chris Palazzolo (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org), social sciences librarian at Woodruff Library.
<li><a href="http://businesscomplexity.com/bcgl/">Center for Business Complexity and Global Leadership</a> </li>
<li><a href="http://www.casos.cs.cmu.edu">Center for Computational Analysis of Social and Organizational Systems, Carnegie Mellon University</a></li>
<li><a href="http://cnets.indiana.edu">Center for Complex Networks and Systems Research, Indiana University</a></li>
<li><a href="http://complexity.uncc.edu/">Complex Systems Institute, UNC Charlotte</a></li>
<li><a href="http://cssociety.org/">Complex Systems Society</a></li>
<li><a href="http://www.lsa.umich.edu/cscs/">The Center for the Study of Complex Systems, University of Michigan</a></li>
<li><a href="http://www.nico.northwestern.edu/index.html">Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems, Northwestern University</a></li>
<li><a href="http://santafe.edu/">The Santa Fe Institute</a></li>
<li><a href="http://www.barabasilab.com">Northeastern University’s Center for Complex Network Research</a></li>