Adolescent Journalism in the 19th Century

An extensive collection of amateur publications that were written, edited, and published primarily by young people, aged 12-20, during the second half of the 19th century, Amateur Newspapers from the American Antiquarian Society features tens of thousands of issues, and includes editorials, original short fiction, essays, poetry, and more. It provides an abundance of resources for researchers looking … Read more

Long Beach Public Library Graduates Second Class of Students

| Originally published on Public | Recently, the Long Beach Public Library hosted its ceremony for their second graduating class of Career Online High School at the Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library. Through hard work and serious commitment to the program, 15 students earned their high school diploma and gathered today with family and friends to celebrate … Read more

Norfolk Public Library Celebrates Graduates

Career Online High School, an 18-credit vocation-based high school completion program, allows libraries to offer accredited high school diplomas and entry-level career certificates to adult learners. This innovative program is available at more than 100 public libraries from coast to coast. Recently, the Norfolk Public Library and the Virginia Beach Public Library celebrated the school … Read more

Political Extremism & Radicalism Archive: Why Create it and Why it is Important Now More Than Ever?

| By Rachel Holt | When telling friends and family that I was working on a digital archive focusing on right-wing extremists, far-left militants and a wide range of radical movements in between, the most common response was ‘why’?  To answer that I must explain the motivation that triggered this project, as well as why such … Read more

Twenty-Five Years Later: The Murder of Stephen Lawrence

“The community was already in mourning… they were really frightened when their young ones go out, because they don’t know when the police be knocking the door.” Interview with an anonymous source by Dr Gavin Bailey, Manchester Metropolitan University and Dr Ben Lee, Lancaster University, 2015, which will be featured in Gale’s Political Extremism and … Read more

Avon Library Helps Residents with Legal Needs

Gale LegalForms provides a comprehensive look at various types of legal documents. Patrons can take the law into their own hands and create accurate, reliable legal documents with no hassle or stress. Gale LegalForms, complete with Law Digest module, offers the most robust collection of accessible legal information available. Recently, Avon Library acquired Gale LegalForms calling it an authoritative … Read more

Library Journal Reviews Pacifism Resources

Recently, Rob Tench, Librarian at Old Dominion University Libraries, commemorated the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I by reviewing resources on pacifism—the opposition of war, militarism, or conflict. He states, “although the volume of research on war far outpaces that on pacifism, these offerings more than make up in quality what may be … Read more

Warsaw Community Schools Propose Adoption of GVRL

Gale eBooks on GVRL offer a means to integrate quality digital nonfiction content into a K-12 curriculum while providing a successful online research experience. With expert authoritative content from top publishers, teachers and students have access to trustworthy resources to enrich their learning, delivered through a user-friendly platform. Recently, Warsaw Community Schools proposed the adoption of GVRL to … Read more