Recent Updates to Gale Resources

| By Gale Staff| You asked, we listened. As your trusted partner, we take your feedback seriously and use it to make enhancements to our products. Take a peek at some most recent updates to Gale resources: Books & Authors: A complete design upgrade, upgraded search experience, integrated G Suite for Education and Microsoft Office … Read more

To Boldly Go Where No One Has Gone Before*

| By Traci Cothran | The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, MI currently has an exhibit on Star Trek; since I watched this show all the time growing up, I checked it out and brought a few tribbles with me, too.  It was a good exhibit – featuring original costumes and props (phasers! scanners!) along … Read more

Taking a History: America’s Public Health Story

| By Bennett Graff | On March 23, 2010, after 18 months of contentious debate and politicking, the Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as the ACA or Obamacare, was signed into law.  So controversial was the act that after the 2010 midterm elections, from 2011 to 2017, there were 70 attempts by Congress to … Read more

ARBA Recommends New eBook: Theism and Atheism: Opposing Arguments in Philosophy

| By Gale Staff | Theism and Atheism: Opposing Arguments in Philosophy is a peer-reviewed volume with two separate editors in chief. The atheism side is led by Graham Oppy (Australian philosopher, Monash University). The theism side is led by Joseph Koterski, S.J. (American philosopher, Fordham University) and includes Christian, Jewish, and Muslim philosophers. Both sides … Read more

Juicy July Picks Feature a Dark, True Tale and Fascinating Fiction

| By Gale Staff | Check out our July picks – critically lauded, popular titles with something for everyone. Our ability to publish the most bestsellers and bestselling authors let you satisfy readers’ demand for abundant titles in a range of genres and special interests. The Lady from the Black Lagoon, by Mallory O’Meara ISBN: … Read more

Forever Changed: Remembering a Loved One With Alzheimer’s

| By Tracie Moy | Many of us know someone or have had a loved one with a dementia disorder, most commonly Alzheimer’s disease. Personally speaking, it’s a terrible disease to behold. My grandpa, Papa Sam “the handyman,” died from complications due to Alzheimer’s and I miss him. When my daughter was eight months old, … Read more

Gale’s Digital Scholar Lab Updates: June 2019

| By Maggie Waligora, Product Manager II | We’re excited to announce the latest round of enhancements to Gale’s Digital Scholar Lab! Based on feedback from users, these updates will improve the workflow and functionality for students and researchers. Read below for details. Named Entity Recognition enhancements—The development effort focused on redesigning the visualization and … Read more