Please visit the Events Page to view the upcoming events. Webinars will be posted here when available. If you have a webinar you feel fits S3’s theme, send it to philip.patino@sagepub.com to put it up.


Archived Webinars


Teaching Public Policy: Tips on Engaging your Students 

  • Professor Sara Rinfret discusses how to get public policy students excited about today’s policy issues and inspire them to actively participate in the ever-changing world of public affairs. Not every student starts out engaged in Public Policy, but Rinfret shows how to put students in the driver’s seat by fostering their analytical skills and applying them to current policy examples that matter most to them.
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Archived Webinar: Voicing Movements in the Face of Censorship
  • Each year since 1982 the American Library Association has spearheaded a celebration of books that have been suppressed or banned. Two authors of banned books, a sociologist and the deputy editor of ‘Index on Censorship’ discusses banned books in this archived webinar.
Archived Webinar: How Students can tell Better Stories
  • Dr. Vince Filak, author of Dynamics of Media Writing: Adapt and Connect and News Writing and Reporting: Foundational Skills for the Digital Age, will walk you through ways to break through the fog that consumes your students and help you help them.
Archived Webinar: Tom Chatfield and Mark Kingwell Discuss Critical Thinking
  • Tom Chatfield, author of the new SAGE Publishing book Critical Thinking, and Mark Kingwell, the University of Toronto, held a lively conversation on the import of technology on how we think and act ‘critically.’
Archived Webinar: Understanding America’s Rural-Urban Interface
  • The November 29 webinar, drawn from the focus of the July issue of The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, featured the two guest editors of that special issue, Dan Lichter and James Ziliak.
Archived Webinar: Teaching Ethics in Research Methods
  • Author and professor Craig A. Mertler draws on his 32 years of experience as an educator (22 of those in higher education) to discuss teaching Ethics in Research Methods.