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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.

The COVID Impact: New Modes of Presenting Your PhD Research During a Pandemic

The COVID Impact: New Modes of Presenting Your PhD Research During a Pandemic

|By Meg Ison, Gale Ambassador at the University of Portsmouth| In this blog post I will discuss the impact of...
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Classified Before the Fall of Saigon: Exploring U.S. Declassified Documents Online

Classified Before the Fall of Saigon: Exploring U.S. Declassified Documents Online

│By Torsti Grönberg, Gale Ambassador at the University of Helsinki│ On August 30, 2021, the United States Armed Forces completed...
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Announcing a New Partnership Between Gale and the British Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies

Announcing a New Partnership Between Gale and the British Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies

│By Chris Houghton, Head of Digital Scholarship│ Gale is delighted to announce a partnership with BSECS, the British Society of...
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Free Speech in a “Post-Truth” Era – The Value of Digital Archives

Free Speech in a “Post-Truth” Era – The Value of Digital Archives

| By James Carney, Gale Ambassador at King’s College London | As a literature student, I have studied the power...
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The Gale Primary Sources Learning Centers – A Student’s Perspective

The Gale Primary Sources Learning Centers – A Student’s Perspective

│By Ellie Brosnan, Gale Ambassador at Durham University│ Primary sources are central to a range of academic disciplines but particularly...
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Pride and Protest: LGBT+ Disability Activism in the US, 1985-1995

Pride and Protest: LGBT+ Disability Activism in the US, 1985-1995

│By Mo Clarke, Gale Ambassador at the University of Exeter│ Disabled. A word many find uncomfortable. Indeed, it seems much...
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New Experience for Gale Digital Scholar Lab

New Experience for Gale Digital Scholar Lab

|By Gale Digital Scholar Lab Product Management team| Gale Digital Scholar Lab creates new possibilities by offering solutions to the most common...
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African Hairstyles – The “Dreaded” Colonial Legacy

African Hairstyles – The “Dreaded” Colonial Legacy

│By Nonkoliso Andiswa Tshiki, Gale Ambassador at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa│ My primary school had very strict rules...
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Unearthing and Decolonising the Rasta Voice

Unearthing and Decolonising the Rasta Voice

| By Robert Youngs do Patrocinio, Gale Ambassador at University College London| This post will focus on raising awareness of...
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How to Survive in the Jungle of Academia? Top Tips for University Freshers

How to Survive in the Jungle of Academia? Top Tips for University Freshers

│By Torsti Grönberg, Gale Ambassador at the University of Helsinki│ Starting your first week of university can undoubtedly feel daunting....
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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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