ARBA Calls the Encyclopedia of Management, 8th Edition a “Must-Have”

| By Gale Staff | Written by academic experts and business professionals, the Encyclopedia of Management, 8th Edition explores hundreds of topics in management theory and application. It consists of two volumes featuring more than 300 detailed essays covering concepts, issues, and terms dealing with the evolving field of management. Recently, American Reference Books Annual … Read more

Why Incorporate YA Literature into the Classroom?

| By Sarah Robertson | A genre of fiction geared toward preteen and teen readers, young adult (YA) literature explores the experiences and challenges of coming of age. Themes in YA literature include young love, identity, social conflicts, and family relationships, all explored through the unique lenses of young protagonists. Straddling the realm between fiction … Read more

2019 Film Reviews: Sequels & Superheroes

| By Mike Tyrkus | Sequels and superheroes once again reigned over the box office this past year. The undisputed king of the domestic box office was without a doubt Avengers: Endgame, which grossed an astounding $858 million domestically and an equally amazing $2.8 billion worldwide. This bested the records set by Black Panther—just one … Read more

ARBA Recommends The Gale Encyclopedia of Diets

| By Gale Staff | The Gale Encyclopedia of Diets presents detailed, yet easy-to-read information on 318 topics covering diet and nutrition. Entries include special and popular diets, dietary treatments, nutrition basics, and health-related concerns. Diet entries focus on the development and history of a diet; its basic principles; key figures that influenced its practice; … Read more

Health Literacy Is an Apple a Day

| By Jacqueline Longe, Sr Content Developer, Gale | When my college-aged son called to say he’d been diagnosed with mononucleosis for the second time in a year, I panicked. The doctor at the university clinic confirmed it with a blood test, gave my son steroids to take, and sent him home to rest. Was … Read more

ARBA Praises Four Gale Resources

| By Gale Staff | Launched in response to popular demand from library professionals, American Reference Books Annual (ARBA) has been a comprehensive, authoritative database providing quality reviews of print and electronic reference works for over 30 years. Recently, ARBA published glowing reviews of four Gale resources: Public Health Archives: Public Health in Modern America, … Read more

Gale eBooks Support the LGBTQIA+ Community

| By Heather Van | I grew up in a small town with strict values. There was little room or tolerance for someone who was gay. And so my lifelong best friend, E—fabulously funny, brilliant, and slightly haunted—carried this secret with him until adulthood, when he moved away to a big city and his true … Read more

Library Journal Recommends New LGBTQ eBook

| By Gale Staff | The Global Encyclopedia of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) History covers the history of, and current developments in, LGBTQ-related topics and events around the world. This title includes more than 380 entries, half of which are written by international contributors representing 35 different countries; expansive coverage of nearly 70 countries; … Read more

Passing Time: The Search for Marketing Campaigns

| By Matt Miskelly | Anyone who knows me knows I love to travel. A lot. And that’s how I found myself in Granada, Spain, a few months ago. Beautiful city. If you need proof, check out the photo above: me enjoying the Mirador San Nicolás, perhaps the best lookout I’ve ever looked out from. … Read more

College Student Anxiety Is on the Rise.
Grow Resources to Confront It.

| By Gale Staff | Did you know that almost two-thirds of college students report feeling overwhelming anxiety at least once during the academic year?* For those that struggle with stress, anxiety, and other mental health issues, they often don’t know where to turn. Or worse yet, they’re afraid to tell anyone that something is … Read more