| By Gale Staff |
Since its release last year, Gale’s Digital Scholar Lab has been making waves and transforming the way scholars and students access and analyze Gale primary source content. Offering solutions to some of the most common challenges facing researchers in the digital humanities today, Gale’s Digital Scholar Lab integrates an unmatched depth and breadth of digital primary source content with the most popular digital humanities tools, providing a new resource for exploring and teaching history and empowers researchers to generate world-altering conclusions and outcomes.
Recently, Library Journal reviewed this ground-breaking, new tool, calling it “innovative” and “fascinating:”
“This innovative and fascinating platform is useful both for seasoned digital humanities researchers and others interested in experimenting in this emerging field. Librarians eager to steer patrons toward library collections will appreciate the opportunities for collaboration this tool provides. Finally, humanities professors will find it helpful for introducing students to textual analysis and digital literacy. Recommended particularly for large research institutions, especially those already invested in Gale Primary Sources.”
– Brian T. Sullivan, Library Journal