Support Patrons Affected by the Pandemic

| By Lisa Novohatski, Marketing Analytics Consultant | Gale Analytics: Tip of the Month This month, take a step forward in your, equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) efforts. Watch this 45-minute on-demand training webinar to learn how to use Gale Analytics: Community Insights to support those disproportionately affected by the pandemic: Identify key income groups … Read more

For Students: Highlighting African American Literature

| By Michelle Lee, Kristen Dorsch, & Mark Mikula | During Black History Month, celebrate African American literature with the first in Gale’s new line of For Students special editions: African American Literature for Students (AALfS), Volume 1, released in December 2019. It includes fourteen entries on novels, poems, short stories, and dramas that have … Read more

Black History: Resistance and Resilience

| By Traci Cothran | Black History Month provides an opportunity for teachers and students to talk about the lives of influential Black leaders, such as Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Malcolm X, and Frederick Douglass, to name a few. But there are many other stories out there. Our Gale In Context: Biography database … Read more

The History of Angel Island Immigration Station

| By Tara Atterberry | An educated review of North American immigration isn’t complete without discussion of New York Harbor’s Ellis Island, the primary East Coast port of entry into the United States from 1892 to 1924.1 Although immigration into North America had occurred for more than 300 years by the time Ellis Island opened … Read more