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Free Resources: Six Gale Online Resources Freely Available During National Library Week

Posted Apr 6, 2011
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Gale, part of Cengage Learning, is celebrating National Library Week by offering free access to six highly-praised online resources for use by any library during National Library Week.

Free access runs through National Library Week, from April 10 to April 24, 2011. Librarians can download the widget to their homepage by visiting www.gale.cengage.com/NLW starting on April 10. Library patrons should look for the widget on their library's homepage, which provides single-click access to these online resources. 

The library is where stories are read, retold, written and created every day. In salute of the American Library Association's theme - Create your own story @ your library, Gale is offering free access to resources that help library users explore and inspire stories of all kinds. Gale is offering access to six resources:

Gale NewsVault - a specially designed online platform that enables cross-searching of Gale's enormous range of historical newspaper and periodical collections from a single interface

Slavery and Anti-Slavery: A Transnational Archive, Part I - a historical archive that embraces the scholarly study of slavery in a comprehensive, conceptual and global way

Science in Context: an online learning and research portal that covers everything from earth science and life science, to space, technology, mathematics and science history and biography

GREENR - an electronic resource offering authoritative reference content on the environment, energy, economic development and natural resources

Global Issues in Context - an online learning and research portal that offers global news and perspectives on issues and events of international importance

Powerspeak Languages - a world language learning product that uses the research-driven powerspeaK12 language learning methodology

Users can also download the free AccessMyLibrary (AML) application, which is now available on all major mobile devices, including iOS devices (iPhone, iPad and iTouch) and Android devices, and for all markets - public, academic and school. AML apps allow library users to access the array of Gale information that their library has purchased on their behalf, giving them access to authoritative and trustworthy information anywhere, anytime.

AML apps for iOS devices can be downloaded from the iTunes store, and apps for Android devices can be downloaded from the Android Marketplace. For additional information, including AML QR codes, posters, bookmarks and other library marketing resources, visit www.gale.cengage.com/apps/.

 Source: Gale/Cengage Learning, www.cengage.com or www.gale.com


 
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