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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.

Conspiracy Theories in the Archives

Conspiracy Theories in the Archives

|By Rebecca Bowden, Gale Digital Scholar Lab Product Manager| Everybody has heard one conspiracy theory or another. Some buy into...
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Introducing the Gale Digital Humanities User Engagement Program

Introducing the Gale Digital Humanities User Engagement Program

|By Rebecca Bowden, Gale Digital Scholar Lab Product Manager| On June 27, 2022, Gale launched its first Digital Humanities User...
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Using Primary Sources to Study Gun Control

Using Primary Sources to Study Gun Control

|By Rachel Holt, Gale Primary Sources Acquisitions Editor| This week (July 2022), US President Joe Biden was heckled by the...
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Etiquette and Advice, 1631-1969 – Good Manners as Prescribed by “Polite Society”

Etiquette and Advice, 1631-1969 – Good Manners as Prescribed by “Polite Society”

|By Phil Virta, Senior Acquisitions Editor, Gale Primary Sources| Gale’s Archives Unbound collection Etiquette and Advice, 1631-1969 is a fascinating...
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How State Papers Online Can Support an Undergraduate History Dissertation

How State Papers Online Can Support an Undergraduate History Dissertation

State Papers Online is migrating to a much improved platform. In light of this, Ellie Brosnan, a third-year undergraduate student...
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New State Papers Online Experience Available to Preview

New State Papers Online Experience Available to Preview

|By Megan Sullivan, Senior Product Manager, Gale Primary Sources| I am delighted to share that after several years of research...
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Separating the Wheat from the Chaff: Identifying Themes and Topics in Archives Using Gale Digital Scholar Lab

Separating the Wheat from the Chaff: Identifying Themes and Topics in Archives Using Gale Digital Scholar Lab

│By Sarah L. Ketchley, Senior Digital Humanities Specialist│ Getting to grips with the scope and content of a digital primary...
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How Important Was the Role of Women During WWII to the Victory of the Allied Powers?

How Important Was the Role of Women During WWII to the Victory of the Allied Powers?

In Spring 2022, Gale ran a competition with Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools, Kazakhstan, which gave students at schools within the group...
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Researching the Impact of the New Silk Road on Kazakhstan

Researching the Impact of the New Silk Road on Kazakhstan

In Spring 2022, Gale ran a competition with Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools, Kazakhstan, which gave students at schools within the group...
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Introducing My Students to Digital Humanities Research Techniques

Introducing My Students to Digital Humanities Research Techniques

│By Ben Wilkinson-Turnbull, Gale Ambassador at the University of Oxford│ Digital resources are vital to conducting academic research and teaching...
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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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