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Gale is a global leader in education, learning and research resources online. We have a vast digital archive of primary sources, research databases, reference books (both eBook and print), and more. The Gale Review explores the fascinating content in these digital resources, and how it can help students and researchers just like you worldwide. And if you’re a librarian, our many posts will help show exactly how these resources can support your users.

User Feedback Directs Gale’s Product Development

User Feedback Directs Gale’s Product Development

│By Rebecca Bowden, Associate Acquisitions Editor, Gale Primary Sources│ Here at Gale, our users are central to what we do...
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The Author Gender Limiter Tool Brings Exciting Potential to the Study of Women’s Authorship and Digital Humanities

The Author Gender Limiter Tool Brings Exciting Potential to the Study of Women’s Authorship and Digital Humanities

│By Rachel Holt, Women's Studies Archive Acquisitions Editor│ The study of women’s writing is an important cornerstone of any Literature...
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Franco Stevens and the History of Curve Magazine

Franco Stevens and the History of Curve Magazine

Gale’s Archives of Sexuality and Gender programme provides more than 2,000 periodicals documenting the rich history of LGBTQ society, culture,...
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Andrée’s Arctic Balloon Expedition

Andrée’s Arctic Balloon Expedition

|By Sara Pellijeff, Gale Field Sales Executive – Nordics and Baltics| On July 11, 1897, the hydrogen balloon Örnen (“The...
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Using the Gale Digital Scholar Lab in the Classroom

Using the Gale Digital Scholar Lab in the Classroom

│By Chris Houghton, Head of Digital Scholarship, Gale International│ Gale recently worked with Newcastle University to incorporate Gale Digital Scholar...
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From Archive to Master’s Thesis – Linguistic Analysis of Nineteenth-Century Theatre Reviews in The Times

From Archive to Master’s Thesis – Linguistic Analysis of Nineteenth-Century Theatre Reviews in The Times

│By Hanna Kiiskilä, MA graduate in English language from the University of Turku, Finland│ Choosing a research topic is difficult...
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Disentangling Fact from Opinion in Academic Articles

Disentangling Fact from Opinion in Academic Articles

│By Rhiannon Green, Gale Ambassador at the University of Durham│ As a university student myself, I know first-hand how important...
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Researching Infectious Diseases in Colonial India

Researching Infectious Diseases in Colonial India

|By Jagyoseni Mandal, Gale Ambassador at the University of Oxford| I am a doctoral student in the department of the...
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The Mystics of Environmental History and Ethnobotonical Research

The Mystics of Environmental History and Ethnobotonical Research

│By Ayanda Netshisaulu, Gale Ambassador at the University of Johannesburg| Let me set the scene. Right at the beginning of...
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Indentured Indian Workers and Anti-Colonial Resistance in the British Empire

Indentured Indian Workers and Anti-Colonial Resistance in the British Empire

│By Dr Lucy Dow, Gale Content Researcher│ Please be aware that this blog post contains language that may be offensive...
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Our team of passionate writers are involved in numerous areas of academia and publishing, from archivists and guest academics, to Gale’s own editors and current student ambassadors. All are keen to share valuable content such as their own study tips, or how to cope with mental health as a student, to essay advice direct from a university Lecturer. And along the way, many of our writers are unearthing fascinating primary sources that have never previously been studied!


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