New and Notable eBook Titles

Our catalog features some of our new and notable eBook titles in the most studied academic disciplines. Along with what you see here, Gale offers more than 13,000 (and counting!) academic eBooks from industry leading publishers. Our GVRL eBook platform offers unlimited, simultaneous access on virtually any device and is integrated with collaboration tools, such … Read more

New Content Added to Smithsonian Primary Sources in U.S. History

Newly added to Smithsonian Primary Sources in U.S. History: 175 primary sources (text and images) with curriculum correlations for easy integration into the classroom workflow. Content has been added across the eras, but especially boosts coverage in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. New text items include: U.S. responses to the Holocaust during World … Read more

Developing a Faster Roadmap to Your Patrons

| By Liz Mason, Vice President of Product, Gale | At Gale, we understand that it’s important for today’s libraries to bring trustworthy digital content into the natural workflow. To help you achieve that goal, we are rolling out a number of new releases designed to make it easier for discovery and access to Gale content … Read more

Supporting Information Literacy Through Credible Resources

Established in 1837, Davidson College, a private liberal arts college in North Carolina has graduated 23 Rhodes Scholars, serves 1900 students, and is a recognized leader in undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative work across all academic programs. Van Hillard is director of the college writing program. To provide his students with access to research resources … Read more

San Jose Public Library Celebrates First Class of Graduates

| Originally posted on The Mercury News | For most high school students, August is a back-to-school month. But 11 adults in San Jose have just completed their journey toward a high school diploma — through the San Jose Public Library. Library Director Jill Bourne, Mayor Sam Liccardo and Councilmen Sergio Jimenez and Lan Diep … Read more

Confederate Remembrance In Context: A History of Heritage or Hate?

| By Beth Manar | Though the US Civil War officially ended with the surrender of Confederate general Robert E. Lee in 1865, the rift that began when eleven slave-holding Southern states seceded from 1860 to 1861 had repercussions that are still felt more than 150 years later. It is estimated that more than 620,000 … Read more

Libraries That Support Local Workers

| Originally posted on Shareable | As the needs of communities change, libraries around the world are innovating to meet those changing needs. For a growing number of libraries, that means supporting the workforce by providing coworking spaces, internet access, business incubators, and networking opportunities. Coworking spaces and business incubators in libraries serve freelancers, students, entrepreneurs, … Read more

Get More Out of Your Gale Resources

Gale is dedicated to helping you get the most from our partnership. Our customer success team is here to help you create greater awareness of your Gale products. GET STARTED Schedule a consultation and implementation call to establish authentication methods, resource discovery, and usage reporting. Increase your visibility with direct URLs, MARC records, icons, and … Read more

EveryLibrary Announces ‘One Million Americans For Libraries’ Campaign

EveryLibrary is a gold-rated, non-profit organization focused on showing off the great things libraries do across the country and getting American’s engaged in supporting libraries. This year marks the company’s 5th anniversary, and they’re asking for your help! In order to reach even more Americans with a pro-library message, EveryLibrary announces the One Million Americans … Read more

ELEMENTARY ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS

As the number of English Language Learners (ELLs) increases, accounting for varying levels of language proficiency is paramount in today’s classrooms. Spanish-language eBooks can help young learners gain more confidence as they grow in their ability to read and understand the English language. BY 2020, 1 IN 4 CHILDREN WILL BE AN ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNER. … Read more