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Join Sage's new and best-selling authors for Sage Talks webinars!

Designed for various levels of faculty and students, these engaging webinars will help you learn more about our authors, textbooks, and initiatives. Sage Talks webinars offer you the opportunity to closely interact with authors as they explore some of today's top trends and discussions within the worlds of Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences.


Upcoming Webinars and Webcasts


iGen: Decoding the Learning Code of Generation Z

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  • Date: Friday, April 12
  • Time: 10:00 AM (PDT) / 1:00 PM (EDT)
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Speaker: Regina Durante, Ph.D.

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The first Generation Z students have arrived, and with them come a host of unique challenges that stretch our well-used and applied pedagogical strategies. These digital natives are more independent-minded than collaborative team players.  Join one of our Sage Faculty Partners, to glean fresh insights into what makes Gen Z so different, creative, and unique from students you have taught in the past and learn some strategies for reaching these students in your classroom. 


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Demystifying Comparative Politics: Getting Your Students to Love Politics

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  • Speaker: Lisa Baglione, Ph.D.
  • Date: April 2024

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Join Sage author and Political Science Professor Lisa Baglione, Ph.D. as she shares effective teaching methods to make comparative politics relatable and accessible to all students, regardless of background or prior knowledge. Dr. Baglione also discusses ways to foster inclusion in the classroom, encourage critical thinking skills, and cultivate a love for learning about global politics and diverse perspectives.