Posted on October 29, 2015
Gale’s Research In Context has added Google integration to the database providing more flexibility and ease of access to school resources for students and teachers. The changes you’ll see include:
Seamless User Login – Users can login using their Google Account credentials.
Integrated Google Tools – Once logged in, users can easily share and download articles – including their highlights and notes – using Google Apps for Education tools like Drive and Docs.
Plus there are even more exciting additions being made to Research In Context you’ll see in the coming months, including:
Google Classroom Share Button – Starting in December teachers and students can seamlessly assign or turn in content from third-party websites to Google Classroom via the Google Classroom share button. Gale is the first library content and technology provider to implement this feature
Access Via Apps – Coming this winter, schools and libraries can provide students with access to select Gale resources via apps available for free download through the Chrome Web Store. This will make it even easier for students, schools and public library patrons to easily access resources from their tablets and mobile devices.
Learn more about Gale, a Google for Education Partner, at gale.com/google.