Honor Martin Luther King, Jr. in Your K-12 Classroom

| By Gale Staff | On October 14, 1964, Martin Luther King, Jr., achieved a historic milestone at the age of 35, becoming the youngest person to ever receive the Nobel Peace Prize. The milestone stood until 2011 when the Yemeni human rights activist Tawakkol Karman won the prize at the age of 32. In … Read more

Explore the New 4-Step Career Assessment in Peterson’s Test and Career Prep

| By Gale Staff | From high school and college students to working adults, learners are accomplishing their education and career goals with Gale Presents: Peterson’s Test and Career Prep. In addition to test prep and college planning resources, Peterson’s Test and Career Prep connects users to career exploration tools to discover what careers match … Read more

Honoring the Life and Legacy of James Baldwin

| By Gale Staff | James Arthur Baldwin was born on August 2, 1924, into a nation grappling with Jim Crow and at the cusp of the Harlem Renaissance. This future literary luminary and passionate activist found himself thrust into a crucible of poverty, racism, and tempestuous social change. Rather than sinking under that heavy … Read more

Achieve Success with Gale’s Academic Outreach & Engagement Team

In today’s college environment, educational technology and other digital assets are vital to academic success. To succeed in our technology-dependent world, students must develop the skills to navigate information and collaborate with peers. Gale’s industry-leading digital learning platforms can stimulate classroom engagement, open doors to rare research materials, and remove accessibility barriers. To maximize your … Read more

Recognizing Caribbean American Achievements

| By Carol Brennan | June is Caribbean American Heritage Month, an opportunity to reflect upon this remarkable community that is ethnically diverse, politically engaged, and culturally dynamic. Gale In Context: Biography is regularly updated with new entries that highlight how significant an impact the Caribbean diaspora has had and continues to have on American life Helming … Read more

Understanding and Treating PTSD

| By Barbara Wexler, MPH | Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition triggered by experiencing, witnessing, or sometimes even simply hearing about a traumatic event. Although PTSD is often associated with military combat, the condition is not limited to combat veterans. It can affect anyone who has lived through extreme trauma, usually … Read more

On-Demand Webinar: Join a Convo about Large Print Trends

| By Gale Staff | What does it mean to upsize reading experiences in your library? By expanding your large print collection, you can make reading more accessible and enjoyable for everyone. From reluctant adult readers to anyone who needs a break from digital devices, younger and more diverse audiences are finding the large print … Read more