Answered By: Sherwin A. Caparas
Last Updated: Oct 11, 2021     Views: 361

Sage Research Methods - all in one innovative online resource that helps you teach research methods, design research projects, understand or identify new methods, conduct research, and write up the findings. SRM includes collections of case studies, teaching datasets, and videos to offer real world applications and hands-on practice for hundreds of qualitative and quantitative research methods.

Accessing Sage Research Methods:

1. Go to CLR's website at

2. Click on "A-Z databases list" button

3. In the A-Z databases list, click on letter "S" and look for "Sage Research Methods"

4. Log in using your InfoNet credentials (For students, it is your ID number)


Found below is the home page of Sage Research Methods website:


5. There are three (3) ways to find content:

  • Filtered search, via the main search box  or via advanced search (Type the book's title, author or keywords in the search box and click the search icon.)
  • Browse by topic, discipline/subject area and content type (Search involves simply clicking on the discipline/subject area of interest and then applying filters as required on the results page)
  • Browse by research tools (Simply clicking on the different research tools to identify the appropriate methods for your research)