Access Academic OneFile Seamlessly When Off Campus

As a current Academic OneFile customer, Gale is excited to let you know we have made it easier for academic researchers to access its scholarly content anytime, anywhere. Through a new partnership with Google Scholar, Gale has integrated Google’s Campus Activated Subscriber Access (CASA) into its Academic OneFile periodical database, ensuring users seamlessly experience uninterrupted … Read more

Dodge County Libraries Now Offer Gale Courses

| Originally published on Watertown Daily Times | Monarch Library System, which serves Dodge County libraries, has recently acquired Gale Courses. Through this program, patrons can access hundreds of instructor-led online courses through their local library’s website with a current library card at no cost. Courses cover topics such as health and wellness, education, business, … Read more

Libraries Lead: National Library Week 2018

From making access to resources and technology available to all to helping children and adults develop the skills they need to survive and thrive in a global information society, the public library has always been a knowledge hub for communities. That’s why, in 1958, the American Library Association founded National Library Week, a nationally recognized … Read more

Comics: From Pulp to Educational Reading

| By Jennifer Stock | It should come as no surprise that kids love comic books and graphic novels. After all, when modern comic books first emerged in the 1930s, their main readers were children. During the Golden Age of Comics, kids embraced Superman (1938), Batman (1939), Captain America (1941), and Wonder Woman (1941), as … Read more

Prevent Bullying with Gale’s Newest eBook Title

| By Michelle Lee | Anti-Bullying Day was inspired by two high school students, David Shepherd and Travis Price, from Nova Scotia, who took a stand against bullying. The boys witnessed a fellow student being bullied because he wore a pink shirt on the first day of school. After the incident, Shepherd and Price handed … Read more

Gale’s VP of Marketing & Communications Shares Why Libraries are Awesome

Gale’s Vice President of Marketing & Communications, Harmony Faust, has always been a leading advocate for libraries, opening the door anytime opportunity knocks. She channels her passion into daily efforts, serving as a member of the steering committee for the Corporate Committee for Library Investment and on the Board of Directors for EveryLibrary, the only … Read more

New Titles Added to the InfoTrac Collections in March 2018

The titles below have been recently added and can be located in the product using Basic or Advanced Search forms. Titles can be found via Browse Publications within two weeks. For complete coverage information please see the product title lists. Academic OneFile Acta Herpetologica (Firenze University Press) Peer-reviewed Advances in Horticultural Science (Firenze University Press) … Read more

Experts Weigh in on Amateur Newspapers from the American Antiquarian Society

The forthcoming digital archive, Amateur Newspapers from the American Antiquarian Society, features publications written, edited, and published by young people aged 12-20 in the second half of the 19th-century. This extensive collection offers an abundance of resources, featuring tens of thousands of issues, and includes editorials, original short fiction, essays, poetry, and more that provide compelling … Read more

Champaign County Library Offers Free Automotive Repair Help Online

| Originally published on Urbana Daily Citizen | Champaign County residents can access reliable automotive help online 24/7 through ChiltonLibrary, a resource available on the Champaign County Library website. Trusted by automotive enthusiasts for more than 100 years, ChiltonLibrary supports “do-it-yourselfers” of all skill levels. No other source contains more years, makes and models. “ChiltonLibrary … Read more

Support the Growing Demand for 20th Century Primary Sources: The Making of Modern World, Part III: 1890-1945

The latest collection of our foundational series The Making of the Modern World is officially available and we could not be more excited to share this phenomenal resource with scholars and students alike. The Making of the Modern World, Part III: 1890-1945 extends the series’ comprehensive coverage of economic thought into the 20th century—and into … Read more