Science Videos Added to Research and Science In Context

Recently, Gale partnered with Visual Learning Systems, an educational science publisher whose mission is to provide high quality, visual-based content that instructs, challenges, and inspires young learners. Nearly 900 high-quality educational videos on concepts essential to STEM learning have been added to Gale’s Research In Context and Science In Context.

Approximately 750 videos, including videos on topics frequently studied in middle school earth science and physical science courses, have been added to Research In Context. Examples include:

  • Biomes
  • Electromagnetism
  • Force
  • Fossils
  • Genetics
  • Geological Time
  • Geographical Features
  • Motion
  • Natural Resources
  • Photosynthesis
  • Properties of Matter
  • Tectonic Plates
  • Weight and Mass

What Does It Look Like?
Users can expect to find these videos in a couple of places. See below for more detail.ric_vls_videos_energy_pageric_vls_videos_energy_all

Nearly 140 videos were also added to Science In Context. Including content on the following topics:

  • Biological Classification
  • Bodily Systems
  • Cells
  • Energy and Nutrition
  • Gas Exchange
  • Taxonomy

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Like many of our leading products, Gale’s In Context suite features integrated G Suite for Education and Microsoft Office 365 tools. After authentication, users can sign in with their Google or Microsoft account credentials to access Google Drive, Docs and Classroom, in addition to Microsoft OneDrive and OneNote. If you’re interested in learning more, we would love to share!

For additional support and information regarding this update, contact your Gale Customer Success Manager. Not an In Context user, but want to know more? Reach out to a Gale Education Sales Consultant.

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