Gale’s Research In Context is designed to bridge the gap between the Kids InfoBits resource for elementary school students and the subject-specific Gale In Context family, developed primarily for high school and undergraduate students.
Bringing together content from the former Discovering Collection, Junior Reference Collection, Student Resource Center Jr., InfoTrac Junior Edition, and InfoTrac Junior Graphic Edition, Research In Context is cross-disciplinary in nature—spanning literature, science, social studies, and U.S. and world history.
Access to these resources is restricted to subscribing institutions. The links under the corresponding library or school name is for in-library access, and the link beneath the out-of-library term is for home/remote access where available.
Research In Context webinar presented by the Provincial Library and Literacy Office.
Gale supplies posters, bookmarks, and tent cards for many of its databases. The libraries are able to order these items directly from the company.
Gale also provides Guided Tutorials using Adobe Capivate for its resources. For the Discovering Collection, there is a tutorial describing the resource (9:15).
Gale offers a series of Sample Searches to retrieve in-depth reference content for the core curriculum areas of literature, history, biography, science and social studies.
Gale Cengage Learning - Available Training - On-Demand, Webinars and Materials
Access library resources using the new Gale App. If you have an iOS and Android smart phone you are free to use at least 17 Gale information portals, which grants you access to health, business, and legal information. All you need to do is be within 15 km of a public library in Saskatchewan.
Get App here http://support.gale.com/apps/guest.php?page=/apps/index.php