these databases are easy to use inside or outside the classroom.




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Seamlessly Integrate with Curriculum

From social studies to English language arts and beyond, each subject-specific resource in Gale In Context student databases uses eye-catching topic overview pages to bring together nonfiction materials in all digital formats. Users can read or watch to get the facts with articles, videos, charts, images and infographics, and more, supplementing school lesson plans with invaluable resources. The content within these collections is designed to support visual and auditory learning in addition to national and state curriculum standards.

Meet the Needs of Diverse Learners

With on-demand text and voice translation into over 50 languages and high levels of accessibility for those with disabilities such as low vision or blindness, Gale In Context student resources meet the needs of some of the most diverse populations. Plus, search functions assist readers by Lexile range and guide users to find content at five levels of complexity, based on Lexile range.

Make Collaboration Easy

Users can easily access G Suite for Education and Microsoft 365 tools to share, save, and download content—extending the reach of school resources outside the library and classroom. Additional tools enable users to highlight text, add digital notes, and even download articles as PDF files with the highlights and notes included.

Plan for Student and Educator Success

Classroom teachers and school librarians continuously collaborate to ensure students successfully meet learning objectives, providing insightful school resources to amplify any academic trajectory. Give educators a better way to approach lesson planning and build skills like media literacy and critical thinking with curriculum-aligned content and instructional materials sourced from Gale In Context student resources.



Watch the video to see how Gale In Context e-learning resources help develop research and critical-thinking skills beginning in grade school and continuing into adulthood.

Recover Unfinished Learning

Learning loss, lost learning, or unfinished learning—regardless of the term, we acknowledge that students have lost a lot. Because of this, the U.S. federal government ushered in unprecedented Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds. The latest round from the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act requires districts to reserve 20 percent of such funds to mitigate loss through evidence-based interventions and other spending plans mandated by the U.S. Department of Education.

That’s why thousands of districts are turning to Gale to maximize their ARP ESSER funds with digital school resources that recover unfinished learning, deliver competency-based instruction, in school lesson plans, support social and emotional learning (SEL), and more—and you can, too.