Product Updates: New In Context content for 01/12/2015

Gale is continually updating and adding new content to our In Context products, ensuring that they offer timely, authoritative, useful information. The items below were added or updated during the week of January 12, 2015.

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Getting to Know U: Shannon

By Robert Lisiecki

We’ve covered a variety of people in our Getting to Know U series, from a future lawyer, to a career changer, to a science professor, and more. It may seem like we’ve covered most of the bases, but we’re really just getting warmed up.

Today, we’re going to discuss a student with a unique perspective, Shannon, a concurrent student. Shannon is unlike any other student on our campus. Let’s see why.

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Product Updates: New In Context content for 11/10/14

Gale is continually updating and adding new content to our In Context products, ensuring that they offer timely, authoritative, useful information. The items below were added or updated during the week of November 10, 2014.

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Product Updates: New In Context content for 09/01/14

Gale is continually updating and adding new content to our In Context products, ensuring that they offer timely, authoritative, useful information. The items below were added or updated during the week of September 1st, 2014.

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Improved Article Recommendation Comes to In Context

IN Context library resource research

The Gale In Context family of online solutions makes information discovery engaging, simple and fun. On July 2, the In Context experience will become even better with a new article recommendation feature, unique to Gale!

When a user is reading a reference article within any of the In Context resources listed below, this new feature highlights terms within the entry, and links those terms to additional relevant reference articles within the resource. Clicking on the link to related articles opens a separate tab or window containing the new content. Typically, related subjects or articles are found in sidebar navigation or require the user to execute separate queries. By embedding these related foundational articles throughout the reading experience, researchers can use this new tool to:

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