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Grants access to the SAGE Research Methods Base Model, with access to more than 1,000 books, reference works and journal articles from across the social sciences, as well as 500 SRM Case Studies and SRM Datasets for teaching and instruction. SAGE Research Videos are not included.
"The strength of scientific evidence produced by different types of studies (for instance systematic reviews, meta-analyses, randomised control trials, observational research, animal studies, cell studies and expert opinions) can vary. This infographic will help you understand the advantages and limitations of different types of scientific evidence."
Types of Scholarly Articles
From VCU Libraries, this video provides a quick overview of empirical (original research), theoretical, and review articles. (3:35)