Forever Changed: Remembering a Loved One With Alzheimer’s

| By Tracie Moy | Many of us know someone or have had a loved one with a dementia disorder, most commonly Alzheimer’s disease. Personally speaking, it’s a terrible disease to behold. My grandpa, Papa Sam “the handyman,” died from complications due to Alzheimer’s and I miss him. When my daughter was eight months old, … Read more

Gale’s Digital Scholar Lab Updates: June 2019

| By Maggie Waligora, Product Manager II | We’re excited to announce the latest round of enhancements to Gale’s Digital Scholar Lab! Based on feedback from users, these updates will improve the workflow and functionality for students and researchers. Read below for details. Named Entity Recognition enhancements—The development effort focused on redesigning the visualization and … Read more

Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month

| By Brigham Narins | Consider two great baseball players: Bill Buckner and Tom Seaver. Buckner, who played from 1969 to 1990, is remembered in the popular imagination for an error he made in a World Series game, but baseball fans know that he was a great hitter who maintained his greatness across a remarkable … Read more

ARBA, Booklist, & Library Journal Praise Three Gale Resources

| By Gale Staff | American Reference Books Annual (ARBA), Booklist, and Library Journal are the most comprehensive, authoritative databases for quality reviews of print and electronic reference works. Launched in response to popular demand from library professionals, ARBA has been a trusted resource for more than 30 years and Library Journal was created 140 … Read more

Experience the Wonderful World of Film Criticism with Magill’s Cinema Annual 2019

| By Mike Tyrkus | Decidedly adding to the conversation on what Magill’s Cinema Annual editor Brian Tallerico calls “one of our greatest art forms,” the latest addition to the series, Magill’s Cinema Annual 2019, continues the fine film reference tradition that has defined the VideoHound® series of entertainment industry products published by Gale by … Read more

Explore Exceptional American Scientists with American Men & Women of Science

| By Kathy Nemeh, Senior Content Developer, Gale | In June 2019, American Men & Women of Science, 37th Edition will publish. It will introduce 10,000 new listees to this long-standing (in continuous publication since 1906), premier compendium of accomplished American scientists. This new edition of American Men & Women of Science will debut a … Read more

Martin Luther King Jr. Declassified: 9 Primary Source Documents

| By Gale Staff |

Documents in U.S. Declassified Documents Online cover a broad range of topics from Presidential memoranda to confidential National Security Council documents. These nine documents reveal government intelligence related to Martin Luther King Jr’s activity during the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 60s.

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College Student Anxiety Is on the Rise.
Grow Resources to Confront It.

| By Gale Staff | Did you know that almost two-thirds of college students report feeling overwhelming anxiety at least once during the academic year?* For those that struggle with stress, anxiety, and other mental health issues, they often don’t know where to turn. Or worse yet, they’re afraid to tell anyone that something is … Read more

Gale’s Passenger & Immigration Lists Index: Reasons They Came

| By Tara Atterberry | While researching new sources of North American immigration content for the upcoming 2020 edition of Gale’s Passenger & Immigration List Index, I located ship passenger manifests that included the myriad of reasons immigrants left their homes to take a chance on building a life in the New World. For example, … Read more