Gale’s Women’s Studies Archive Named an Outstanding Academic Title of 2018

| By Sydney Fairman | CHOICE, a publishing unit at the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL), named the Women’s Studies Archive: Women’s Issues and Identities as one of their Outstanding Academic Titles of 2018. This year’s Outstanding Academic Title list includes 455 books and digital resources chosen by the CHOICE editorial staff from among … Read more

Gale Gives Back to No Kid Hungry

| By Samantha Boudouris | According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, more than 13 million children in the United States live in “food-insecure” homes.[i] This means food is scarce and families lack access to enough food to maintain an active, healthy life. Share Our Strength, a nonprofit organization, has set out to change this. … Read more

Libraries Are More Than Safe Spaces

Libraries Safe Space LGBTQ

A passion shared by librarians is the belief that libraries should be welcoming, free, and open to all while providing equitable service to their communities. Librarians recognize that these communities are typically made up of smaller, ancillary groups and librarians strive to develop services and collections tailored to meet the special needs of these groups. … 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

Gale Gives a Sneak Peek of Upcoming Digital Scholar Lab at ALA Midwinter Conference

| By Marc Cormier, director, Product Management | As a long-time steward of all things “library,” Gale has seen just about every advancement, disruption, pivot point, etc. in the evolution of library science and academic research in the last half-century. I’ve been at Gale for approximately half that amount of time and have learned through … Read more

Give to Libraries on #GivingTuesday

#GivingTuesday has become a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. Join tens of thousands of people around the world by giving to a charitable cause you believe in—our libraries! This year, the American Library Association (ALA) and EveryLibrary are matching your donations to make the biggest impact possible. … Read more

Celebrate Banned Books Week

| By Traci Cothran | This past year has given us numerous examples of the power of words—both to inform and to mislead, to document real events and issues and to create fake news.  We here at Gale appreciate and respect the power of words and their ability to educate, entertain, and enable people to … Read more

Pride Parades throughout the Years: Celebration and Resistance

During LGBTQ Pride Month, we celebrate this community and the impact its members have had on local, national, and international history. Pride is celebrated each June in honor of the Stonewall Uprising, which took place in 1969 in Manhattan. Ever since Pride began as a single-day commemoration in 1970, marches and parades have been part … Read more

Gale Donates Art Before Leaving ALA

By Tara Blair The American Library Association Conference is complete and so is the ‪#‎MyLibraryPic mosaic! Attendees posed for their photos at the Gale booth to be a part of the art. Staff used iPads to take the pics, which were immediately printed and given to the photographee for placement on the canvas using specific coordinates. As time went on, and hundreds of photos … Read more