Gwinnett County Public Library Helps Adults Achieve High School Diploma

| Originally published in the Gwinnett Daily Post by Cailin O’Brien | This past week, eight adults donned caps and robes for the first time and arrived at the Lilburn branch of the Gwinnett County Public Library to receive their high school diplomas. “They were certainly thrilled to have their families there cheering them on,” … Read more

How to Manage 71 Experian Mosaics as Library Patron Profiles

| By Heather Hoffman, Digital Content Coordinator, Toledo Lucas County Public Library | In 2016, the Toledo Lucas County Public Library developed a new strategic plan with three focus areas: Support essential literacies Foster a culture of innovation and leadership Strengthen our community engagement Strengthening our community engagement had always been a focus for the Library, … Read more

Inside Look: Gale Primary Sources Digitization Process

Ever wonder how primary sources are selected and digitized? Here’s a brief overview showing that, while the task at hand is arduous, the flawless results are worth the attention to detail. Request a trial or demonstration at gale.com/gps17

New Titles Added to the InfoTrac Collections in October 2017

The titles below have been recently added and can be located in the product using Basic or Advanced Search forms. Titles can be found via Browse Publications within two weeks. For complete coverage information please see the product title lists. Academic OneFile Advances in Agriculture (Hindawi Limited) 2356-654X Peer-reviewed Advances in Chemistry (Hindawi Limited) 2356-6612 … Read more

Cameron’s Collection: Making a Difference for Teen Mental Health

| By Grace Gallagher, Executive Director, Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation | Recently, I had the pleasure of hosting a Facebook Live event with the remarkable folks over at Gale-Cengage to introduce Cameron’s Collection, a wonderful new eBook collection that provides schools and public libraries with resources and tools to help teens who are battling with depression and … Read more

2017 Anthony Award Winners in Large Print

The 2017 Anthony Awards, named after the late Anthony Boucher (William Anthony Parker White), well-known writer and critic for the New York Times who helped found the Mystery Writers of America (MWA), were given out on October 15 at Bouchercon in Toronto. Bouchercon is the MWA’s annual World Mystery Convention where readers, writers, publishers, editors, … Read more

Five Star Will Rogers Medallion Award Winners 2017

Originally created to honor outstanding volumes of Cowboy Poetry, the Will Rogers Medallion Award soon expanded into other categories as interest and reader demand increased. Will Rogers was an accomplished author as well as a cowboy entertainer, and the purpose of the Award is to honor this facet of his legacy as well as to … Read more

Gender & Diversity Content at Your Fingertips

In-Depth Portfolio: Resources for Instruction & Research Our new Gender & Diversity Content Hub is full of stimulating content from Gale Primary Sources, eBooks on GVRL, and several databases all in one central location. In the hub, you will find information on Civil Rights, Sexuality & Gender, and Women’s Studies from our most popular, authoritative … Read more

Get Information You Can Trust with a Simple Search

Question:  When research often starts with a Google search and dubious results, how do we get online library reference materials in the hands of those who need it? Answer:  Opposing Viewpoints In Context’s Google Chrome Extension! Melinda was doing her Social Studies homework the other night and needed facts on gerrymandering.  Instead of using her … Read more