Gale In Context: For Educators
folders allow you to gather and organize
premium Gale sources and external
materials into units, easily
share those materials with students,
and work with your colleagues to save time developing
After finding items of interest, add
them to existing folders
or create new locations to house
Items you save include any introductions
and annotations you add to the content,
so you can construct hubs of customized
readings, discussion prompts and
assignments for your classes.
Use "My Class Resources" to
access all of your folders.
Arrange and tag items to provide
direction to students
and structure your content.
If you want to include classroom sources
found outside of Gale In Context: For
use the "Add Link" button to enter
a title and URL for each item.
When you're ready, use
"Send To" to share the folder with
your students. If you use
"Get shareable student link" or share
a link to the folder via email or Google
students will see up-to-date content as you
add or remove articles.
You can even change the items that are visible
to students over time,
making it possible to plan instruction in advance
and direct students to new content from
the same folder.
If you want to see what students can access,
simply check the Student View.
To share your folders or build instructional
units with other educators,
Use "Share a copy" to provide access
to a new folder identical to the
If you want to collaboratively edit a folder,
choose "Work together."
You can create and share as many folders
as you want to organize trusted sources
and enhance learning.
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