Explore the Endangered Species Act through the Ages

| By Gale Staff | December 28, 2023, marks the 50th anniversary of the Endangered Species Act (ESA). This vital legislation has created a framework through which government agencies, local organizations, and private individuals can collaborate to protect and conserve vulnerable species. Thanks to the ESA, remarkable animals like the American alligator, the peregrine falcon, … Read more

New Titles for Gale OneFile, September 2023

| By Gale Staff | Gale Academic OneFile Gale General OneFile Gale OneFile: Educator’s Reference Complete Gale OneFile: Health and Medicine Gale OneFile: News Gale OneFile: High School Edition Gale OneFile: Informe Académico

Discovering Hispanic Trailblazers

| By Carol Brennan | September 15 is the designated start of Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States. It’s an opportunity to discover how comprehensive a resource Gale In Context: Biography is for students, teachers, and lifelong learners. We’re honored to highlight some of the many fascinating trailblazers and emerging leaders from Latin America who’ve … Read more

King Defeats Riggs, September 20, 1973

| By J. Robert Parks | The place of women in society—and especially women in sports—has changed so much in the last 50 years that most students today couldn’t imagine what passed for normal in 1973. Today, women athletes have fought for the right to be paid the same as male athletes; many female athletes … Read more

Follow Digital Humanities Journeys at Every Experience Level

| By Gale Staff | With powerful data mining and visualization potential, digital humanities (DH) is expanding opportunities for enhanced research, teaching, and learning. Explore how three researchers—with varying degrees of experience using DH tools—developed new skills and made unexpected discoveries exploring the possibilities of DH. In 2022, Gale partnered with the American Society for … Read more

Boost Learning Opportunities for National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week

| By Gale Staff | Learning isn’t just child’s play. It’s fun. It’s engaging. And it shapes lives—young and old. Come September, there’s a whole revolution brewing. It’s National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week, and libraries are leading the charge. Take this chance to celebrate the power of learning and how it can transform … Read more