Celebrate Black History Month with Gale In Context: Biography

| By Gale Staff | Historians credit scholar and activist Carter G. Woodson for creating the foundation for Black History Month, and the United States has celebrated the holiday every year since 1976. Black History Month was founded to honor the achievements of African Americans. Highlighting these individuals helps young African Americans learn about and … Read more

Going to LibLearnX? Don’t Miss This Session

| By Gale Staff | Is your library prioritizing adult education? Join our panel presentation of library leaders as they discuss the most crucial challenges and gaps that libraries face in supporting adult learning. They’ll share how they evaluate adult learning resources and programs to ensure library offerings are addressing and serving patrons in ways … Read more

ChiltonLibrary Expands Subaru Coverage to 1968–2022

| By Chilton Staff | In the northern hemisphere, the beautiful Pleiades constellation beams in the clear winter night sky. The star cluster is the inspiration for Subaru’s name and badge. Subaru is the Japanese name for the Pleiades. In Japanese, Subaru also means to govern, gather together, and unite. This winter, ChiltonLibrary has gathered together the … Read more

Product Update: Early Arabic Printed Books from the British Library

| By Gale Staff | Starting next month, users will be able to engage with the rare and unique material in Early Arabic Printed Books from the British Library in new ways when the platform is upgraded to a new experience. Based on the culmination of years of research and firsthand feedback from faculty members, … Read more