Answered By: Sawyer Library Reference Last Updated: Apr 20, 2017 Views: 5
You have two article-saving options when searching Sage Journals:
1) Search for articles as a guest and save selected articles during your browser session. (A browser session begins when you open Sage Journals, and ends after 30 minutes of inactivity, or when you close your browser window.) When searching for articles as a guest, your selected articles are only saved for your current Browser session. Emailing yourself a list of articles with one click is not possible as a guest; you may email yourself one article at a time.
2) Register within the database for a free account with Sage - available to current Suffolk students, faculty, or staff - and save your selected articles to your Saved Searches and Citations Folders. Your free account allows you to save lists of articles from previous searches, as well as organize your saved articles into customizable folders. Your account also gives you the option of emailing yourself a list of selected articles with one click. You may also export a selected list of saved articles to bibliographic software, like RefWorks or EndNote. Your account on Sage Journals will save your last 10 keyword searches for later reference.
ATTENTION: Having a free Sage account does not automatically result in saved articles; you must mark the articles you want and click "Save Citations" to see your chosen articles the next time you log into the database.