A comprehensive digital tool that provides a framework for entrepreneurial learners at all levels and assists them in planning, starting or optimizing any potential business venture or nonprofit.
GREENR (Global Reference on the Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources) is an electronic resource that focuses on the study of sustainability and the environment. Topics include global warming, food safety, access to health care, and the impact of economic development on international relations.
The Gale Analytics dashboard effortlessly merges your library’s ILS data with Mosaic segmentation from Experian, and other data sets, to evolve the way your library does business and to help you make more informed decisions.
Uncover who your patrons are (and aren't) so you can make data-driven decisions and drive meaningful outcomes aligned to library's mission and goals. Discover the types of patrons your library attracts easily and what types of users need better outreach with the actual percent in opportunity.
A customizable collection of 23 digital directories which allow users to easily search, sort, export and analyze content across the platform. Essential for business research and marketing, popular titles include Ward’s Business Directory, Brands & Their Companies, and Encyclopedia of Associations.
Gale In Context: For Educators is a new addition to the Gale In Context product suite. This unique resource makes it easy for educators to curate their classroom curriculum by accessing state and national standards-aligned content sourced from their Gale In Context student databases, along with exclusive lesson plans, activities, and project plans.
An innovative learning aid that lets students examine virtual 3D dissections and immerse themselves in interactive research. These powerful tools can be used for in-classroom demonstrations or help with homework and research assignments.
Gale Researcher provides students with a reliable starting point to begin their research projects. With access to scholarly materials in 11 areas of study, students can explore topics in-depth and find relevant, citable sources for papers, projects, and presentations.
Introduce students to the scope of American literature from the Puritan tradition and colonial period to present day, aligning with survey courses and providing a balance of chronological consideration with genre-themed collections.