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Stop by the Gale booth to explore digital solutions that can help you transform your campus into a hub of discovery.
- Discover the expanse of primary sources with our archives like, Power to the People and Environmental History.
- Learn about the most comprehensive, affordable collection of scholarly resources for research, teaching, and learning with Gale Research Complete.
- See the latest enhancements in Gale Literature Resource Center, including a refreshed home page, new topic pages, and an upgraded browse experience.
- Get an inside look at how you can lower barriers to digital humanities with intuitive workflows in Gale Digital Scholar Lab.
Don’t Miss Our Vendor Session
Session Title: Create a Culture of Discovery: Inspire Leaders in Teaching, Learning, and Research
When: Monday, March 4, 2024, at 11:00 AM
Where: Room 103
True crime and crime reporting fascinate us—popular culture bears witness to our collective preoccupation with unsolved crime. In this session, Professor and Collection Strategies Librarian Julie Kane presents on her first-year writing seminar Old Time True Crime taught largely using a selection of primary source digital archives. It examines the advent of newspaper reporting on crime and criminals in the United States, England, and Australia in the long nineteenth century. She’ll explore how using Gale’s Crime, Punishment, and Popular Culture primary source archive as the foundation of the course was a choice not only for topical purposes but used strategically to advance digital sophistication and create an atmosphere of comfort and fluency researching in one database that could extend throughout students’ academic careers.
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