BibliU Is Now Offering New SAGE Publications Collections          
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BibliU Is Now Offering New SAGE Publications Collections

The New Collection Expand BibliU's SAGE Publications Offerings

BibliU is pleased to announce that four new SAGE Publications collections are now available for purchase via the BibliU platform, giving students and academics access to a wide range of resources covering various areas of study.

About the SAGE Publications Collections

The Super Quick Skills series provides the essential building blocks learners need to succeed. Packed with practical, positive advice on core academic and life skills, they’ll find focused tips and strategies to use straight away.

The Little Quick Fix books offer quick but authoritative answers to the problems, hurdles, and assessment points students face as part of a research methods module, formulating a project proposal, or coming up with a research design.

The Transforming Nursing Practice series is part of the Learning Matters imprint and is tailor-made for pre-registration student nurses, with each book in the series addressing a core topic from the nursing degree. The books are mapped to the NMC standards of proficiency for registered nurses and have been carefully developed to be simple to use, quick to read, and full of active learning features.

The Very Short, Fairly Interesting & Reasonably Cheap series takes a core area of the curriculum and turns it on its head by providing a critical, sophisticated overview of the key issues in an informal, conversational, and often humorous way.

Get access to the SAGE Publications collections through BibliU. To learn more about the collections or to learn about pricing, please contact our sales team.

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