First Release of the Gale Literature Resource Center Enhancements

| By Jessica Bomarito, Senior Product Manager | I’m delighted to share that after thorough research, testing, and development, Gale Literature Resource Center has been enhanced to provide students with new search paths that quickly pinpoint relevant content and provide a way for librarians and faculty to create links directly to studied works, literary topics, … Read more

July 2023 Must-Haves

| By Tamara Butler | Exotic Locations & Strange Disappearances Perfect reads for a sizzling summer afternoon include unusual characters in exotic locations and the mysteries surrounding family members who suddenly disappeared. Birnam Wood is a taut psychological thriller that takes place in beautiful New Zealand, where an enigmatic American billionaire works with a group … Read more

July 2023 LibraryReads, Indie Next Picks, and Bestsellers

| By Thorndike Press Staff | Every month, LibraryReads shares the top ten books that librarians across the country love; the monthly Indie Next List compiles recommendations from knowledgeable U.S. independent booksellers. Many New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestsellers and bestselling authors are also releasing in large print this month. Thorndike Press is happy to share that the following titles … Read more

Head Back to School with Gale In Context

| By Gale Staff | The end of the summer season promises a chance for a fresh start but also signifies the preparation and hard work a successful school year demands. Parents navigate back-to-school shopping lists while eager students choose their first-day-of-school outfits. Administrators onboard new team members while staff clean and organize classrooms for … Read more

Advance DEI Initiatives at Your Campus

| By Gale Staff | More than ever, college campuses are embracing strategies to accelerate diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) principles and practices within their student bodies and academic spaces. According to a 2022 study on DEI and higher education, more than half of the university students surveyed had, at some point, felt negatively singled … Read more