School Library Connection Reviews: Three Gale eBooks on GVRL

| By Tara Blair, Digital Marketing Coordinator, Gale | Gale eBooks on GVRL is designed to cross-search all of your eBooks to pinpoint relevant material, allowing readers to spend less time looking for credible information, and more time diving into it. Users will find an award-winning, hassle-free eBook experience —anytime, anywhere, and on any device. Later this … Read more

Don’t Keep Your Patrons Waiting

| By Gale Staff | New editions of eBook titles you may already own are coming soon! Empower and support your users in all their learning endeavors and interests by providing access to the most current, essential, and relevant content as soon as it’s available. New editions of titles include: Gale Encyclopedia of Environmental Health, … Read more

Life Imitates Art: A Day at the Museum

| By Nicole Albrecht | A K12 Field Trip to the Detroit Institute of Art For Gale’s inside K12 educational consultant team, life inside a cubicle is standard. Each day revolves around making phone calls to customers and communicating through email. It has its perks from finding free food left over from another office party … Read more

Gale Researches: Immigration and Migration

| By Traci Cothran | Immigration issues are in the news daily, and the constant barrage of information – and disinformation – is mind-boggling.  How to make sense of it?  KNOWLEDGE! I flipped through Gale’s new eBook on GVRL, Immigration and Migration: In Context, to see what I could learn, and “Push-Pull Factors of Migration” … Read more

School Library Journal Reviews: Protests, Riots, and Rebellions

| By Gale Staff | U•X•L Protests, Riots, and Rebellions: Civil Unrest in the Modern World provides students with information about a range of issues that have inspired protest around the world, and the types of protests that serious activists and ordinary people alike have used to effect change. The 3-volume set details both historic and … Read more

New eBook Title Is “like No Other”

Legal Issues Across the Globe is an academic series showcasing the diversity of legal approaches to issues making headlines worldwide. Equally weighted discussions for each nation yield a panoramic view of the issue and invite the reader to compare and contrast the various stances taken. Boasting contributions from an international cast of law-school faculty, the series … 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

The Quest for a Good Book

| By Mary Ruby | A question every librarian has encountered begins with “can you recommend a good book . . . .?” Whether that sentence’s conclusion is “for a twelve-year-old who loves dragons” or “about women in science” or “for my book club,” it counts as a reader’s advisory query. The goal of reader’s … Read more

Building a Digital Directory Library

| By Holly Hibner | Some of the most commonly-asked questions at library reference desks can be answered quickly and easily with Gale Directory Library. In Michigan, we are fortunate to have access to three very useful directories through the Michigan eLibrary, but any library can build a collection of directories from an impressive list. In … Read more