Library Journal Reviews Gale’s Amateur Newspapers from the American Antiquarian Society

| By Gale Staff | Containing over 3,000 titles from the original 48 states and issues from 15 foreign countries, Amateur Newspapers from the American Antiquarian Society is the largest and most extensive digital collection in the United States. Featuring tens of thousands of issues, with publications that range from two to as many as 50 … Read more

Library Journal Weighs in on Gale’s U.S. Declassified Documents Online

With over 700,000 pages, U.S. Declassified Documents Online contains a wealth of facts and insights about the political, economic, and social conditions of the United States and other countries. Materials such as State Department political analyses, White House confidential file materials, and much more offer unique insights into the inner workings of the US government and world events … Read more

Three Cheers for Gale Interactive

Gale Interactive— a visual learning aid that helps instructors teach complex topics in biology, chemistry, and human anatomy— allows users to zoom, rotate, and explore 3D models to engage with science beyond static text. By unifying learning strategies and state-of-the-art technology, Gale Interactive helps boost student engagement, comprehension, and retention of complex science concepts. Recently, … Read more

Create an Immersive Experience with Gale Interactive

Gale Interactive: Human Anatomy and Chemistry have been positively reviewed recently by Magan Szwarek, a director of Reference Services. A lover of audiobooks and a dedicated readers’ advisor, Magan serves on the Steering Committee of the Adult Reading Round Table and is enthusiastic about re-imaging what public libraries can offer the communities they serve. This impressive review, published … Read more

Gale Researcher: “A Strong Database” that helps “Minimize the Legwork”

Wondering how you can save time and see better results? The search stops here. Gale Researcher puts reliable, citable information all in one place—at students’ fingertips. Now, faculty and librarians can direct students to one encompassing source of information and save the time it takes to compile and map individual resources.

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