Free trial: Sage Research Methods Videos: Diversifying and Decolonizing Research

The Library has a 30-day free trial to a set of about 300 streaming videos within the Sage Research Methods platform called Diversifying and Decolonizing Research .

This is a very new package so there may be some hiccups on the platform in the first few weeks.

Some examples of titles included are:

  • Gender Ideology and Exploitation
  • Narrative Methodology in Indigenous Autonomy
  • Empowered from Below: Learning from African Descendant Decolonial and Anti-Racist Struggles
  • Native American Indigenous Literature: Stories of Kinship in Relation to the Ocean
  • Anthropology Fieldwork and Changing India: Reflections on Memories of Fieldwork
  • Writing the Fragmented Self From the Margin: Decolonizing Autoethnography Within Contexts of Displacement
  • Sexual Orientation

Sage describes the package as:

Sage Research Methods: Diversifying and Decolonizing Research uses a blend of text research cases, how-to guides, teaching datasets as well as videos to support students and researchers with the knowledge and skills to design and conduct research that is both critical and inclusive. It showcases a range of experiences and approaches from marginalized, under-represented, and vulnerable communities. It will especially focus on decolonial perspectives that challenge traditional research paradigms, especially indigenous research methods.

To provide feedback on this trial, please email librarian Melissa Belvadi, mbelvadi@upei.ca