Library Journal Reviews the Archives of Sexuality & Gender

|By Gale Staff | The third collection in the award-winning series Archives of Sexuality & Gender broadens the scope from a specific focus on LGBTQ history and culture in Part I and Part II to the study of sex and sexuality. Part III makes available approximately one million pages of content that have been locked away for many years, available only via restricted … Read more

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

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

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| 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

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

Gale Has You Covered on the Facts about E-cigarettes and Vaping

| By Sheila Dow | Between 2017 and 2018, there was a dramatic increase among teen use of vaping devices in just a single year, with 37.3 percent of 12th graders reporting “any vaping” in the past 12 months, compared to just 27.8 percent in 2017, according to the findings by Monitoring the Future (MTF).1 … Read more

“The Road Not Taken”: Interpreting Frost’s Autumnal Setting

| By Sarah Robertson | Published in 1916, Robert Frost’s most popular poem, “The Road Not Taken” (Poetry for Students Volume 2 and Poetry for Students Volume 61), is conventionally understood to be a meditation on the choices we make when confronted with a fork in the road. Despite its popularity, the work is perhaps … Read more

Get Your Primary Sources!

| By Gale Staff | The New York Academy of Medicine Library is home to one of the most significant historical libraries in medicine and public health in the world, safeguarding the heritage of medicine to inform the future of health. Their goal: to provide patrons with access to “closed” materials in ways they too … Read more

Preparing for a Ph.D. Defense: Utilizing Interactive Learning Tools as a Review Mechanism

| By Dr. Nick Ruhs | Dissertation defenses and candidacy examinations are two of the most mentally taxing events for students working toward their Ph.D. Countless hours are spent making sure the research is presented thoroughly and correctly, all of the figures and tables look perfect, the proposal is sound, and that previous research has … Read more

Remembering Toni Morrison

| By Laura Avery | Toni Morrison is one of the most highly respected authors in contemporary American literature. Beginning with the publication of her first novel, The Bluest Eye, Morrison earned increasing critical and popular acclaim. Her novels highlight the struggles of black people to rediscover and maintain connections to their cultural history and to … Read more