| By Gale Staff | Juneteenth is a day of celebration and communing with family and friends, commemorating the official end of slavery in the United States, which occurred on June 19, 1865.  Although the Emancipation Proclamation was signed in 1863, it wasn’t implemented in Texas until Union soldiers and Major General Gordon Granger arrived … Read more

Product Update: Gale OneFile

New Titles Added to the Gale OneFile Collections | By Gale Staff | Gale Academic OneFile Advances in Pharmacological and Pharmaceutical Sciences (Hindawi Limited) Peer reviewed American Family Physician (American Academy of Family Physicians) Peer reviewed American Nurse Journal (Healthcom Media) Peer reviewed Bruegel-Blogs (Bruegel) Peer reviewed Folia Medica (Pensoft Publishers) Genus (Springer) Peer reviewed … Read more

New Title Takes You Around the World and Back

| By Laura Avery | In 2020, the entire world is dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. The crisis has brought many activities to a halt: enjoying a meal at a restaurant, attending school, and traveling—to name a few. Gale can help with at least one of those: You can see the world without leaving the … Read more

Chican@ Muralism: Agency and Identity

| By Wendy Kurtz, Digital Humanities Specialist, Gale | “Like giant territorial markers, Chicano murals drew physical boundaries around the areas in which Mexicans lived and worked. With their giant images of Guadalupe and Aztec icons, the enormous paintings enveloped barrios and, in a symbolic sense, sheltered them from the outside. They ‘spoke’ Chicano and … Read more

Improved Data Upload Workflow and Parameters File

Gale Analytics: Tip of the Month | By Lisa Novohatski, Analytics Consultant | We recently made enhancements to Gale Analytics making data upload easier. Watch this 5-minute video to learn about the changes and how to take advantage of new features like the parameters file. Please reach out to me if you have any questions about Gale Analytics. air jordan 11 galaxy … Read more

Two Thumbs Up for Women’s Studies Archive: Voice and Vision

| By Gale Staff | Voice and Vision, the second installment of the award-winning series, Women’s Studies Archive, looks beyond women’s suffrage to explore critical areas of study, including the abolition of slavery, alcohol and temperance movements, pacifism and political activism, domestic service, education, health and hygiene, divorce and social reform, and much more.  Recently, ccAdvisor … Read more

Biographical Resource Receiving Major Enhancements

| By Gale Staff | We’re pleased to announce a new user experience planned for our Biography and Genealogy Master Index. On Tuesday, June 30, 2020, this subscription product will migrate to the newly enhanced Gale Directory Library platform. The addition of essential workflow tools and expanded data sorting, filtering, and exporting will make this resource … Read more

Practical SEL Tips: Helping Students Foster Self-Awareness

| By Nicole Albrecht | Students today are facing uncertainty and disruptions like never before. Whether in the classroom or through blended learning, how can educators and parents support them with these challenges? The answer isn’t one size fits all, but as educators know, social and emotional learning (SEL) is one key component. There are … Read more