Bring Women’s History Month to the Classroom

| By Gale Staff | Women’s History Month provides an excellent opportunity to discover important female figures and integrate their stories into your high school lesson plans. It’s a chance to reflect on the achievements of women throughout U.S. history and recognize their efforts toward equal rights for women. The spark for Women’s History Month … Read more

Explorando narrativas: 17 nuevos títulos que transformarán la experiencia lectora de estudiantes bilingües emergentes

| Por Sabine McAlpine, directora, Thorndike Press | Los datos más recientes del Censo de Estados Unidos revelan que casi 68 millones de personas hablan un idioma distinto al inglés en sus hogares. El español lidera como el idioma más común, hablado doce veces más frecuentemente que los cuatro idiomas más utilizados después del inglés.1 A … Read more

How to Discover and Incorporate Global Perspectives

| By Gale Staff | For those developing and revising their curricular goals for the year, it’s important to integrate a variety of perspectives for any given topic. There’s no one-size-fits-all narrative for the often complicated subjects your students explore. Studying the nuances and different sides of modern-day global affairs helps K-12 learners develop critical-thinking … Read more

Expand Opportunities for Discovery in Ex Libris Alma

| By Gale Staff | When you offer multiple pathways into your library’s resources, you expand opportunities for students, researchers, and faculty to discover the content they need—and drive usage of your digital solutions. Gale is working closely with Ex Libris Alma to help enhance pathways to discovery. With the signing of a MARC record … Read more