Keep Your Children Learning this Summer with National Geographic Kids

| By Traci Cothran | Looking for something to do with younger children this summer, that will both occupy their time and provide learning? Your public library may have just the ticket with National Geographic Kids, available 24/7 in their digital collection. National Geographic Kids provides access to pictures, videos, eBooks, and magazines that are … Read more

International Collection Courses Now Available in Gale Presents: Udemy

| By Gale Staff | The International Collection brings courses taught by subject matter experts in their native language to learners throughout the United States and Canada, going beyond traditional content dubbing and video captions. Give library patrons an authentic learning experience with Gale Presents: Udemy With nearly 2,000 courses to choose from, learners can … Read more

A Must-Attend: The Library Advocacy and Funding Conference

| By EveryLibrary Staff | The library industry is under threat from a number of major crises simultaneously during these uncertain times, particularly the loss of financial and voter support. The COVID-19 crisis has decimated the fundamental municipal tax base that funds school and public libraries. Even libraries that were doing well before the crisis … Read more

Practical SEL Tips for Students: Learning to Self-Manage

| By Nicole Albrecht | Teachers are known for having many tasks and challenges to handle in the classroom—from behavioral interruptions to technology issues—and these intrusions can quickly become overwhelming. For teachers, learning to self-manage is a skill that can come with training, mentoring, or years of experience. Similarly, students also encounter their own challenges … Read more

Explore Enhancements to All Dashboards

Gale Analytics: Tip of the Month | By Lisa Novohatski, Analytics Consultant | Learn ways you can leverage new features added to dashboards. For example, Market Penetration is now calculated for multiple visuals in Gale Analytics: Community Insights. This data point shows the percentage of households within your community with the presence of a cardholder, … Read more

Make Culturally Relevant Books More Accessible

| By Gale Staff | Project LIT Community is a grassroots network of book groups that aims to get students excited about reading by highlighting diverse, high-interest, culturally relevant books. The movement started in the fall of 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee. Jarrad Amato, an English teacher at Maplewood High School, and his students initiated a … Read more

Revealing Reads Explore Buried Secrets and Emboldened Activists

| By Gale Staff | Women separated by centuries yet bound by society’s expectations and mores. Secrets that surface, leaving false narratives and shattered families in their wake. Emboldened women emerging triumphant, securing their right to vote. Our September selections run the gamut, offering insightful and inspiring reflections on the female experience. The Book of … Read more