Gale Primary Sources Learning Centers – Built by Experts

| Originally published on The Gale Review | Launching in a selection of Gale’s archives in autumn 2021, Gale Primary Sources Learning Centers will bring a new level of support for students and instructors looking to get the most out of using primary sources, both in their research and in the classroom. Shaped by feedback from Gale Primary Sources users, … Read more

Back to School with Gale Digital Scholar Lab

| By Lindsey Gervais, Digital Learning Manager | As you may have seen in our previous blog post, we’re releasing a new Gale Digital Scholar Lab experience for our researchers, instructors, and learners. While you’re waiting for these exciting enhancements, we’ve compiled our Back to School Teaching and Learning Tools in the Gale Digital Scholar … Read more

New Arrival! Gale Presents: Excel Adult High School

| By Gale Staff | This is about more than a high school diploma. It’s about inspiring hope and offering adults a second chance—at earning their degree, finding a lifelong career, making enough money to support their families, and most of all, realizing that success is something they can achieve for themselves. One of the … Read more

Promote Adult Education and Family Literacy This (and Every) Week

During National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week (September 19–25), you have a chance to promote the many ways your library supports these important, mission-critical functions. In addition to helping adults build their foundational skills, the National Coalition for Literacy aptly broadens adult education activities to include developing computer skills, studying to become a citizen, … Read more

September 2021 LibraryReads, Indie Next Picks, and Bestsellers

Every month, LibraryReads shares the top 10 books that librarians across the country love and the monthly Indie Next List compiles recommendations from knowledgeable U.S. independent booksellers. Thorndike Press is happy to share that the following titles are available in large print—a format that can be enjoyed by all readers: September 2021 LibraryReads Unscheduled | Fuzz: When Nature Breaks … Read more

Explore 40+ Titles from Time’s “Best YA Books of All Time” List

| By Thorndike Staff | Thorndike Press publishes large print editions of more than 40 titles out of the top 100 books Time magazine has labeled the “Best YA Books of All Time.” While their selection process was based on various criteria, the fact that these books enabled readers to see themselves in the narratives … Read more

New Titles Added to Gale OneFile Collections

| By Gale Staff | Gale Academic OneFile CABI Agriculture and Bioscience (BioMed Central Ltd.) Connection Scientific Journal (CSJ) (Brazilian Association of Secretarial Research (ABPSEC)) IMA Fungus (BioMed Central Ltd.) Implementation Science Communications (BioMed Central Ltd.) Journal of Urban Technology and Sustainability (University of Sao Judas Tadeu) Projectile Publishing Society (Supplement) The Journal of Research … Read more

Impact Live: Free Virtual Event for Public Libraries

Connect, Inspire, Innovate at Impact Live Gale is hosting its first multiday virtual event featuring 40+ speakers and 20+ sessions covering data, entrepreneurship, equity, literacy, and workforce. Read the full press release. Join us on September 29 from 1:00–5:00 PM ET and September 30 from 1:00–5:30 PM ET. Registration is now open. You’ll hear from … Read more

Go Batty over Our Mystery Standing Order Plans

| By Thorndike Press Staff | How many times have you found yourself immersed in a good murder mystery? There’s such satisfaction weaving your way through a classic whodunit. It’d be a crime if you didn’t provide your patrons with that same reading opportunity—especially when it can work as part of your library’s Halloween display. … Read more

Support Equity Initiatives within Your School

| By Gale Staff | Access to professional development about diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) is critical for educators to break barriers, inspire change, and better help kids of all colors and backgrounds achieve success. Author Robert Jackson recognized this need as an educator. In his book, Becoming the Educator They Need: Strategies, Mindsets, and … Read more