Gale Case Studies Save Faculty Time and Help Students with Critical Thinking and Digital Literacy

| By Julie Pitlock | With the growing integration of online learning components into college courses, faculty are struggling to package content with best practices for teaching and learning online to help yield transferrable, twenty-first century skills for today’s college students (Bay View Analytics, 2020).1 Running parallel to this, we are seeing the rise of … Read more

Gale Primary Sources: Slavery and Anti-Slavery: A Transnational Archive Enhancements

| By Joseph Williams | We are thrilled to announce that on Friday, November 20, 2020, Gale will release an enhanced user experience for Slavery and Anti-Slavery: A Transnational Archive. Benefits of the new user experience include:  Cross-search ability—For the first time ever, Slavery and Anti-Slavery: A Transnational Archive will be available in the Gale … Read more

Gale Primary Sources: NewsVault Retirement and Gale Primary Sources Cross-Search Enhancements

| By Megan Sullivan | We’re excited to announce that on Friday, October 30, 2020, Gale will release several enhancements to the Gale Primary Sources cross-search. Designed specifically to improve the newspaper and periodical cross-search experience, these enhancements will be closely followed by the retirement of NewsVault, our older, newspaper-only cross-search interface. On Friday, November … Read more

New Review Calls Public Health Archives “a Researcher’s Dream Come True”

| By Gale Staff | While numerous digitized medical history collections exist, they’ve lacked narrative focus and interdisciplinary interest—until now. Unlike other sources comprising clinical research reports and technical studies, Public Health in Modern America, 1890-1970 tells a compelling story through rare content, including unpublished reports, correspondence, ephemera, pamphlets, and more. Pharmacy in History journalhas … Read more

Educators Share Top Concerns About Returning to School Amid Pandemic

From evaluating reopening plans to identifying how to support students and staff, school leaders continue to grapple with uncertainties prompted by COVID-19. To understand how we can best help educators, our team reached out to gather their top concerns about returning to school. Educators shared candid insights, including their sentiment towards and preparedness for the … Read more

Encyclopedia of Surgery and Medical Tests Makes Medical Jargon Accessible to Students

| By Gale Staff | As patients and their caregivers consider the best course of action for medical issues, they weigh the benefits and risks associated with surgical solutions. Written especially for patients and allied health care students by experts in the field, The Gale Encyclopedia of Surgery and Medical Tests, 4th Edition provides in-depth coverage of … Read more

Equip and Inspire Job Seekers

| By Kristin Fust, Product Manager | New Product Launch: Gale Presents: Peterson’s Career Prep The job market has changed dramatically in the last 10 years. Nontraditional career paths are growing, entrepreneurship is on the rise, and there’s increased interest in seeking jobs that align with personal values. As we now collectively grapple with the … Read more

An Easier Way to Access and Use Your Gale Products

| By Gale Staff | We’re thrilled to announce the upcoming launch of the Gale Product Menu (formerly known as the Gale Common Menu). On Friday, August 28, 2020, Gale customers will have the power to quickly identify and access all their Gale products through a completely reimagined and intuitive interface. Here’s what you can … Read more