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Gale Digital Resources Now Available at More Than 2,600 Libraries Across Pennsylvania
Thorndike Press Large Print Books Helps Readers Develop and Strengthen Reading Skills to Become Confident, Successful, Lifelong Readers
News from the Show Floor | ALA Midwinter 2019 |Library Journal
Digitalisate Private Case |SZ.de
Safety Harbor Public Library Offers Online High School Diplomas |Florida Patch.com
Reading up on a new LGBT encyclopedia |Lesbian News
Newspapers, Now and Then | Reference eReviews, February 2019 |Library Journal
2019 ALA Midwinter Conference Recap and Advice for Future Conference-goers |Syracuse University News
Wired for Success |The Argonaut
Libraries = Strong Communities Tour Heads to Florida |American Libraries
The Merryland books and other medieval 'obscene' materials have been digitised for archive |Melisende's Library blog
The British Library's Dirtiest Books Have Been Digitized |Smithsonian.com
First library program graduates honored |Sulphur Springs News-Telegram
Taxonomy and research. Here's how to get better results |Data Manager Online
Gale has received various awards from our traditional print products to our superior digital solutions.
2017 Awards include:
Willa Award - Historical Nonfiction, SIIA CODiE Award Finalist - Best Social Sciences or Social Studies Instructional Solution, CHOICE Magazine "Top Resource for Community Colleges", Library Journal: Best Reference Titles of 2016, Library Journal: Best Databases of 2016, PROSE Award for Best eProduct/Best in Humanities
2017 Gale/Library Journal Library of the Year award was awarded to Nashville Public Library in Tennessee.
NPL acts as an education hub to their community by offering education programs for all ages, from pre-k to adult education. NPL partners with Metro Nashvile Public Schools through their "Limited Libraries" program. The "Limited Libraries" program enables students to access library materials and technology through their schools providing them with countless resources they would have previously gone without.