Primary Source Archives
Gale Primary Sources provides researchers with firsthand content, including hobby publications and journals.
Offers more than 4.5 million articles from more than 200 home improvement‒focused titles, covering topics including architectural techniques, tool and material selection, zoning requirements, and others.
Nineteenth Century Collections Online: Maps and Travel Literature provides geographical images from all areas of the globe. The 19th century encompassed tremendous growth in maps and mapmaking as the field of cartography gained visibility and professional standards. Mapping of the world during this time period was driven by massive industrialization and exploration. As people ventured farther from traditional population centers, a new market for reliable maps was created. This collection supports studies on the evolution of travel and transportation, and spans multiple disciplines, providing insight into societal values, interests, colonialism, and exploration.
With 2.1 million pages of trial transcripts, police and forensic reports, detective novels, newspaper accounts, true crime literature, and related ephemera, this archive presents the broadest and deepest collection of materials supporting the study of 19th-century criminal history, law, literature, and justice.
National Geographic and Gale, a Cengage Company, have partnered to bring vast resources to digital life with National Geographic Virtual Library. Now libraries can offer access to the complete archive of National Geographic magazine—every page of every issue—along with a cross-searchable collection of books, maps, images, and videos.
When teenagers are struggling with mental health issues, they need confidential resources they can trust. Cameron’s Collection helps erase stigma and supports the whole student when they need it most.
Coding Your Passion: Using Computer Science in Education Careers, 1st Edition
Rosen Young Adult | 2020 | ISBN-13: 9781725340008
This thorough guide provides details on specific careers and the job outlook for the future, as well as educational requirements and suggestions for how readers can obtain skills and experience that will make them attractive to employers. Interviews with current computer science workers in education give readers a glimpse into how to make their job dreams a reality.
Powerful Machines: Trains, 1st Edition
Abdo Zoom | 2017 | ISBN-13: 9781624024795
From steam engines to maglev tracks, learn all about the science and technologies that help trains carry passengers and freight. Easy-to-read text and vibrant, full-color photos captivate young readers. Plus, bolded glossary terms and a key stats section make it easy to zoom in and learn more. This title is aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
The Green Home: A Decision-Making Guide for Owners and Builders, 1st Edition
Delmar | 2010 | ISBN-13: 9781305380424
What does a “green” home look like? What are its characteristics, and how can you ensure that you meet the highest green standards within a given budget? The answers to these questions and more are found in The Green Home, an eBook dedicated to teaching builders and homeowners about environmentally-friendly residential construction. This practical resource explores the latest construction techniques, materials, processes, and green practices that will reduce the environmental impact of the building. Coverage ranges from air sealing measures and energy-efficient practices to water conservation and the usage of natural materials, with a special focus on complying with zoning ordinances and building codes. With thorough explanations of the many benefits of green building, this is the perfect “nuts and bolts” guide to environmentally sound homes.
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