Gale at Charleston:
Tuesday, November 1: Visit us at table 72 for a Gale Primary Sources demo. See how our latest digital archives support your programs in EDI research and instruction. You’ll take home an exclusive pair of blue-tint glasses—perfect for researchers who work in front of digital screens!
>>We Want to Hear From You! Tuesday, November 1 at 12:00 PM in the Gaillard Center, Salon 1. "Gale Digital Scholar Lab and Data Literacy Skills Development." Join Gale's digital humanities experts for a focus group on optimizing workforce readiness for students using DH methods.
>>Don’t Miss Gale’s Vendor Information Session! Tuesday, November 1 at 1:00 PM in the Gaillard Center, Salon 1. "History through Their Eyes: Gale Primary Sources," with Sara Tarpley, Gale's Director of Academic Engagement.
Wednesday, November 2: Lunch and learn at 11:45 AM in the Francis Marion Hotel. Dig in to a sit-down buffet and get an exclusive peek at project-based learning enhancements in Gale Digital Scholar Lab. RSVP here.
>>Panel about the Future of Work: Wednesday, November 2 at 4:00 PM in the Gaillard Center Grand Ballroom 2. "The Future of Work and Library–Vendor Relations,” with panelist Roger Strong, Gale’s Vice President of Academic Sales, North America.
Thursday, November 3: “DEI for Everyone: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion from the Vendor’s Perspective,” with panelist Seth Cayley, Gale’s Vice President of Global Academic Product. This event begins at 9:40 AM in the Pinckney Room at the Francis Marion Hotel.
History through Their Eyes
Download our brand-new EDI brochure to discover Gale Primary Sources that support research and instruction in women’s and gender studies, LGBTQ studies, political extremism, race and civil rights, and more. Gain insight into digital humanities projects with Gale Digital Scholar Lab, and primary sources in the classroom with digital Learning Centers.
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