For schools, our mission is to drive positive outcomes by connecting K-12 students to the content they need to become lifelong learners; and for teachers, to the resources that make it easier for them to grow professionally as educators. Because the pairing of research and technology has become integral for learners of all ages, Gale continues to help schools bridge the gap from the library to the classroom to the home by offering innovative, digital resources to fit every need.
We thoughtfully develop essential, curriculum-aligned content that empowers educators to meet students where they are, solve curriculum challenges, and support each student as they progress from tech savvy users to digitally literate learners. Today, that includes supporting distance and social and emotional learning as well as equity and inclusion goals. Together, we can foster an environment where schools and students are not only able, but encouraged, to thrive.
Digital resources are just one part of our story. Gale offers engaging webinars, white papers, best practices guides, and more to inspire educators as they work to achieve their goals. Browse the latest from Gale and our partners.
Educational databases offer students equal and personal opportunities to learn and grow while giving teachers access to quality resources that supplement and enhance instruction. Gain a better understanding of how students and teachers can effectively use databases inside and outside of the classroom.
Help students battle emotional learning and mental health challenges with age-appropriate, evidence-based SEL eBooks in and outside the classroom.
Help ensure student success by providing educators a better way to approach lesson planning. Gale In Context: For Educators merges quality, curriculum-aligned content with related lesson plans and instructional resources to help drive meaningful results both in the classroom and online.
Deliver personalized and engaging high quality content for high school students that supports the core curriculum and promotes school standards. Explore expert authoritative content from top publishers such as Gale®, Macmillan Reference USA, Greenwood Publishing Group, and ABC-CLIO.
eBooks cover a diverse range of vibrant and engaging titles that provide academic rigor while motivating students to drive their own learning. Great content from publishers such as U·X·L, Britannica Digital Learning, and Cavendish Square provide teachers with content that fosters student exploration and supports differentiated learning.
Gale In Context: Elementary (formerly Kids InfoBits) introduces young learners to database searching that is in step with their skill level. This easy-to-use digital resource features age-appropriate, trustworthy, curriculum-aligned content covering a broad range of topics in one accessible resource.
Fun, searchable, and age-appropriate— take elementary students on amazing adventures with popular subjects that support the curriculum and need for informational texts. Publishers such as DK, Rourke Educational Media, and Chelsea Clubhouse provide titles that are highly-visual, diverse, and fit the needs of young learners.
Need help integrating virtual learning into instruction? Gale databases provide educators with trustworthy resources that ensure equitable access and personalization for all students across the K-12 continuum. Read the results from a nationwide study that assessed the benefits of using educational databases and their impact on student outcomes.
Presenters share results from a Project Tomorrow efficacy study on the impact Thorndike Press large print books on 3rd – 11th graders at 15 schools representing a diverse set of communities. Learn about changes to reading skills and mindsets from the perspectives of students, educators, and a librarian.
Gale's eBook platform brings our extensive eBook collection to libraries – from foundational classics to new, topical titles.View all eBooks »
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