Product Update: Gale OneFile

| By Gale Staff | New Titles Added to Gale OneFile Collections Gale Academic OneFile Dermatopathology (S. Karger AG) Peer reviewed Digital Biomarkers (S. Karger AG) Peer reviewed Economic and Managerial Spectrum (University of Zilina) Peer reviewed GE- Portuguese Journal of Gastroenterology (S. Karger AG) Peer reviewed Glossa: a journal of general linguistics (Ubiquity Press … Read more

Save the Date! Upcoming Webinar on How Public Libraries Are Graduating Adults

| Sponsored by Gale and American Libraries | Public libraries have supported education and the pursuit of lifelong learning for years. But what if your library could help break down the barriers of earning a diploma and actually graduate adults? It can, with Career Online High School from Gale. It’s already happening at more than 150 public … Read more

We’re Wrapping Up 2019 with Big Reads

| By Gale Staff | With the new year approaching, we’ve got perfect picks to reflect on the past while looking toward the future. Three titles serve up historical perspectives while a fourth considers troubling times ahead. Thank you for another year of allowing us to provide you and your readers with the very best … Read more

Gale eBooks Support the LGBTQIA+ Community

| By Heather Van | I grew up in a small town with strict values. There was little room or tolerance for someone who was gay. And so my lifelong best friend, E—fabulously funny, brilliant, and slightly haunted—carried this secret with him until adulthood, when he moved away to a big city and his true … Read more

Gale Primary Sources and Gale Literature Product Enhancements Launching in December 2019

Face with multi-color paint splatters and 'Hello Gale!' text

| By Jennifer Rand & Kristin Fust | Let the countdown begin! We’re thrilled to announce that Gale will release the second phase of experience and design enhancements in December 2019. Close to 50 Gale Primary Sources and Gale Literature products will receive enhancements with this release. Visit support.gale.com/product-enhancements to view a complete list of … Read more

Library Journal Recommends New LGBTQ eBook

| By Gale Staff | The Global Encyclopedia of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) History covers the history of, and current developments in, LGBTQ-related topics and events around the world. This title includes more than 380 entries, half of which are written by international contributors representing 35 different countries; expansive coverage of nearly 70 countries; … Read more

Mother & Daughter Graduate Together

| By Gale Staff | Esperanza Torres Carrillo was determined to graduate high school by the time her daughter Amy graduated from 5th grade in June 2019. With that goal in mind, in September 2018, she enrolled in Career Online High School (COHS) through the Los Angeles Public Library, earning her diploma just eight months later, … Read more

Variety is the Spice of Life

| By Gale Staff | Large print readers are just like any other – they want it all. We consistently deliver shelf-ready selections to surpass their expectations with crowd-pleasing reads. This month we’re featuring two debut novels – one featuring an ensemble cast of characters; the other about a late-blooming loner coming alive. Our third … Read more

Lead a Literacy Intervention with Large Print

| By Gale Staff | Almost two-thirds of 4th and 8th grade students in our nation’s schools are reading at a basic or below-basic grade level.* What can educators do to support these striving readers and help bridge the achievement gap? Large print books are a good place to start. Thorndike Press, from Gale, a … Read more

Library Journal Calls Religions of America a “Real Treasure”

| By Gale Staff | Religions of America presents scholars and researchers with more than 660,000 pages of content that follows the development of religions and religious movements born in the United States from 1820 to 1990. Derived from numerous collections, most notably the American Religions Collection at the University of California, Santa Barbara, Religions of America traces … Read more