The results are in: Opposing Viewpoints In Context is the clear winner! In an issue of The Charleston Review, Susan Moore of Limestone pitted Gale’s Opposing Viewpoints In Context (OVIC) against EBSCO’s Points of View Reference Center (POV).
Posted on August 11, 2015
There’s a tsunami brewing in the Pacific, and several classes are working on a project to track its movement. They have one class period to research and report. Ready? Go! But wait…where do they begin? Can anything be done to help them find information more quickly and directly?
Here’s an idea to make you a hero in your school. Gale widgets. They can give your students and teachers a shortcut to research on hot topics and ensure that content searched is trusted and relevant.