Hello, all I'm welcome I'm Stacey Knibloe your Gale trainer for New York, glad to be with you all virtually, for our Social and Emotional Learning Support in Your NOVELny Gale Resources. What we want to do with this session is just expose you to
the content, that's there, it's been added over the last couple of years, and we've done some blog posts here, and there, about it but we thought it would be good to spread the word we're well into the school year.
Now getting ready for holiday breaks and the like, maybe lots of End of Semester Tests, and things like that and of course, It's you know been an interesting few school years so this Content is certainly more useful than ever so we Want to Walk through where you can find it in the
Resource. And then how you can share it with students, with teachers and parents, really spread the word about this, content, and then as always, what we're wrap up with gale, support so where can you go and you've got questions, about the resources, about you know things that you'd like to see improved or what we're
Doing, well. We always love to hear that Feedback, but also, share all the great materials that are out there, for you, to kind of take, advantage of through our support, Site, and of course your Team, at deal so this will also go come to you in a follow up email, that you'll, get around this time, tomorrow with links, to
Handy, Tools and all of our contact info and link to the recording, so keep an eye out for that, for tomorrow, we have again, the Recording for folks who can't be here but really anybody can access that so feel free to share, it, with others who didn't Register so
happy, to have those views on it, so as we go through feel free, to stop me, ask questions, give feedback.
I'm going to be live in the resources for most of the sessions.
So if you see something on the screen, you want to know more about just let me know.
And We'll. We'll take a look. We've got a good amount of time.
To look at what we want to look at. So do not be free to ask questions.
We're in good shape. Alright. So let's dive in.
So where to find the content, and NOVELny offers a wealth of resources and really could probably find a lot of content in a lot of the Different Databases, but I Thought I focused on the ones where you would use them the most so as you'll see from the next slide here, we're going to
Focus on the in context, Resources, the most because this is where it typically suits are doing their own research and might come across this content on their own or again, a.
Place that you can send them and feel comfortable. You know, reading level wise and things, like that for them to be using it so Galen, context, elementary and middle school and opposing viewpoints all have great content, around, social and emotional, learning, topics, and I also, wanted to point, out you
Have of course, huge collection of periodical resources from Novel, New York, and one of those is created specifically for folks in Education it's made up of journals for people in teaching, so it's got A lot of great Titles that teachers might be using for their own professional Development, the administrators might be using
It's got a lot of our great library journals in there.
So of course this is a topic that's covered in those resources as well.
More from a teacher point of view and how maybe they can you know incorporate different topics into their own lesson plans, and things like that so We'll Pop in there as well, so we're going to take a look at really all of these but if there's any questions of course, we can pop out
To any of the others, yet things like academic, one file, general one file, the newspaper database, Scale, one found News, in form, a or Spanish Language Periodical, Resource, so lots of Good Stuff, Available, for NOVELny the Screen, You're Sharing is rather Small can you Minimize, yourself, or
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So got a little preview of what I'm going to show you in those databases.
I think we're in good shape. Now so the slides earlier, we're just my agenda, nothing too important, on those but this slide was just letting you know the databases We're going to take a look at so really We're kind of ready to Move, on from those and jump into
the live resources. So along the way, though I'm going to be highlighting how you can share content.
So I've got a slide to kind of sum that up when we come back.
But let's go ahead and do it live in the Resource Alright.
So let me just make sure this is sharing too. Are you seeing I'm on the Gale Product Menu in my browser.
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So I’m going to start with our Youngest Users and move on up the core kind of Gale and context Products Scale and Context Elementary Middle school, and then for some of you, may additionally, subscribe on your own to Gale and context, high School, these were the first few that we started adding
Social, commercial, social and most on learning, topics, too. so some of you have high school as well, you'll just you'll find that content there to just aged up for high school students, for novel new York, though they don't currently subscribe to high school but there is still a lot of
Great content for your high school, students, around SEL, in Gale and context opposing viewpoint.
So again, we're going to pop into all 3. But I know a lot of folks who register for the session also have high school, so just wanted to make a mention of that, but let me start.
With our youngest users, here, Gale and context, elementary and the Elementary.
Database of course is intend for our younger users.
We've got a hopefully very visually Appealing resource for those younger users and one of the things I really like particularly for younger users, although honestly, I like it for everybody is a along with the search we also have a browse, tool, and this is where I think certainly for students.
To compete curiosity. They can find things they didn't even know they were looking for but for our librarians.
Our teachers. This is where you can explore those types of content that are in the resource and know what to expect from it and you're going to find several SEL topics, under our health section here, on the homepage for kids, sorry so want to call this Database, kids, Info bits, of course Cocktail.
and context elementary, but, I've worked with a company for 23 years.
And just what? 2, 3 years of a name change, apparently, is not stuck yet.
So here we have our browse for health and of course, you're going to find the topics that they're talking about.
You know, in a health unit, you know health conditions, healthy habits things like that.
But we've got a couple of here. That speak more specifically, to kind of SEL contact getting along with others, and Feelings.
And emotions, and as with all of the browse topics.
If you select you, then get a list of things to pick from.
So I love this drill down it's kind of showing kids how information Gets grouped but then exposing them to content. Maybe they didn't even know they were looking for because their Browsing and can Kind of Pop into Any of these So Avoiding Conflict Body Language Bullying and so
On. We can kind of scroll down a bit here, I'll have a little visual queues with the photos to kind of give a little.
You know, sense of what We're what we're talking about. Here.
If the if the text, might be difficult, something, like working as a team, this might be a good topic to broach as kids are getting ready to maybe do group projects and things like that and as with all of our Drill, Downs, from the Topic page or from the Homepage you land on Topic, Pages, which are
Just a central place. We've pulled everything we have for this topic, right to this page, and with the topic pages we always start out with a nice overview so you can just write off the bat, learn.
A little bit about working as a team. And we've got some quick facts, about those so it's an important skill, this can happen and sport teams school projects and so on.
So the quick facts are nice and quick info, and then what you'll find for the SEL topics, along with many other topics in the in context, world, we have leveled the reference content Gail is a reference publisher so of course you find our own content, in these databases.
and because it's our own content, we're able to level it and write it at 2, different reading levels.
So whenever you see your kind of clue will be where we've done this is same title, same copyright day, you know same citation information. The big difference.
Is going to be the content, level indicator here when we, the Elementary Database and you'll see similar and Middle School, and Closing Viewpoints Level one and Level 2, for these articles So really, We've Just you know Written them At 2 different Reading Levels, and I can then Use, different Tools to
Kind of get these in front of my students. And if we jump into level one, you can always get to level 2.
Here, through the oh, sorry. I was. I want to use well, I'll just use my mouse and Frankly, support level 2 there the tab to get to the Kind of Step Up Article in Terms of reading level and often these will start with words to know our Main Ideas to Introduce or give a little help for what you're
About to read, you know, we have Shorter sentence is Shorter, paragraphs here at the level, one but learn about what it takes to be a good, teammate, the Benefits, even suggest an activity and Level, 2
We're just going to step up a little bit in terms of vocabulary.
And you know, sentences are going to be a little longer structures, maybe slightly differently, longer paragraphs.
But same ideas getting apart, getting across, right what it takes to be a good team member again, another activity Hi, and if you want to know the exact reading level for these articles in the Elementary database we keep the display, pretty simple for the articles title, photo move into the text you look off to the
Right, though we have all our tools, for what we can do with the Article and or Well, not all of them, but a lot of them, the one to the Far Enter, the Info, Button, is going to, let me
Open up the citation so I can see you know more detailed who published it, that type.
Of thing but then I also can see the Lexus score, and the word count so you're of course, always the best judge of these kinds of things, for your students.
We can also use the Lexon measures Switch between level one and model 2. Here.
But you get more info with that info, button, so appropriately named.
So this is again the browser I think is a really important tool to kind of drive.
Into this content. When you want to push it out to students few different ways, you can do that, and I'm a big proponent.
I, love, our get link, Button. This gives you a persistent URL or Pearl that you can then copy and pay. So let's say, we've got Seesaw at my school and I want to push this out to my fourth graders, I just Grab that link put it on my c stop page
Or really wherever, you can put a link doesn't have to be C.
So could be a web page. Could be an email, share it with a teacher, get link is just a URL.
So it's really universal. It can go anywhere, and because we've got this leveled content.
I can send level 2 to the students who I think, need it.
And I can send level one to the students who need that they're separate articles.
They have their own get link. So really, Handy
So again, I love browse, take a look at that to kind of explore.
The you know breadth of content, that's here for SEL, but also, if you just try a search, for example, feeling angry feeling happy feeling sad We've got a whole port on feeding feelings in emotions you can just start.
To type in feeling. You'll see the searches kind of helps us out and shows what might be available and again, we're going to have the same type of layout I could use get link to send students to this page and again, going to have Leveled content here so I've got different reading Levels Pardon
me. You've also got
Content around there's a topic. I that I'm hearing a lot this year.
It's of course been around for a long time, as an idea, but I feel like this year it's really honing it. We're hanging on more and more about digital citizenship and I think kind of social media is what kind of took precedence before but now, it's just in general you know.
Being online, as a person involves a lot of different things, not just social media.
So I wanted to point this. Out we've got articles about this in all 3 of the databases.
I wanted to mention so again, it's kind of hot Topic this year.
I've seen it in different library standards, across New York.
So wanted to point this out and again, level of Content, so love to see those different reading levels.
Just wanted to highlight that, but lots of good stuff for our younger users, or for the folks who need that lower reading level, that's another reason I like get link instead of sending students and telling them to choose a database, that's called elementary you can just use get link to drop them right where you
Want them. They might not even notice the database name, but get link they drop right into the article you want to share with them.
Hmm, the other kind of trick you can use if there's concern around that you know we certainly don't want since feeling any shame, if there are you know, junior high student, and you're sending them in our from a database named elementary, get link takes into the database so
Of course they're going to see that right in the header for our articles.
You also have the ability to download these in a few different ways.
So send you is going to let us send it to a cloud based tool like Google, driver, Microsoft, one drive will do that a little later wanted to point out, we just have a straight up download though too.
That's just a Pdf version of the article. And you can download that, print it out of course, or put it in some, so on some sort of device.
And it's just a Pdf you know. They may see where it's from, but of course you, could you know, do something about that as well but the Pdf is a nice feature too.
And it's just then of course available offline as well, which we like
So all right. Let me check the chat see if we're in good shape.
Alright looks good let me go ahead and we'll move on to keeling context, middle School, use the menu again here, so Middle School, of course, we jump Up, Reading, Level Wise and the interface gets a little more, sophisticated It's you know not quite as Colorful, but still, has a lot.
of great browse capabilities, and of course, easy search we're going to get more detail out of our search results.
But we're just aging up with our users, and showing them a bit more detail around the Content They're finding too.
So we actually in this resource have a whole portal, dedicated to social emotional, learning, you'll find it under we just double check you might be under couple of different Places but As Zephyr under social Issues we'll find it Listed here social and Emotional learning, and While this
You know, students may not use this phrase themselves. A lot.
I really I think that's why I like to point out this portal more, for teachers, so that's where again get link is a great tool, grab that link and share that with teachers, your administrators just send them that URL, they'll drop right into the resource onto this page and find all this
Content within it, though of course within the articles you've got a lot of great support. Content.
You could share with students directly, as well and you can see for each of these results.
We're getting a bit more detail. So things like
The, Lexus score right here, the word count you get in our detail on your on your search.
Result. So we can send content right into the students.
There is multimedia for these topics, as well. So we can see.
We've got some video content here. So for learners who are more driven by visual and audio, you've got some great video content.
And as we scroll down, we age out certainly with the reading level, but that also then opens up the Scope to more sources.
So you're going to see more hits. When you're in this resource magazine hits will be higher news and so on.
So you get a lot more content out of the middle school resource.
And one of my favorite features of the Topic. Pages are the related topics listed at the bottom.
So you can. Kind of jump to other related areas. So again, we've got a bullying portal, just like we do in the elementary.
Resource. This is you know, certainly something we can push out to students at certain times of year, with their you know kind of the monthly observations, and things like that no that's not the word I want but kind of program on but anyway, when you have something that's themed right It's, a good
Time to push through this out to students, but it's also just here for them to discover on their own.
If they're not ready. To talk about it something yet with someone, they might you know, be interested in doing some reading on the Topic.
So, just making them aware that this is there, you know, these databases are certainly here when they're working on their animal report but the databases are here for them for other things.
As well, so lots of great content here, what side libraries have done is taken that get link URL and created a QR code out of it and then just displayed it you know maybe in the Library you're in the Hallway or you know maybe in the in the Stacks.
Or students can maybe discreetly, just take a, you know, grab, that QR code and bring up the resource.
So You know pretty simple way to you know, give them a low queue way of jumping in and reading more on these topics that are affecting them, and if we go ahead, and jump into one
We have a slightly different display. Here again, we've aged up with our students.
We have more detail around where it's coming from. When we also change the display a bit for the document tool, so what can you do?
With the document, they all kind of start right here, just underneath the header, and there's, the Download Button, so of course you can Download, the Pdf, but Let's Talk, About A few other these as Well we want to reach As Many Learners as Possible, So we have some Different, Text Interaction, Tools.
You can take advantage of, and on demand. Language translation is available about 40 languages to pick from here it is a machine translation.
So what it does is give you the first bit of the article translated, and then you can choose to complete it, but for students who struggle with English, if you know Spanish is their first language, you know there are going to, be those oddities.
That come with a machine translation. But this can you know, kind of point them in the in the right direction.
You, also let me just switch back to our quick option.
There, switch back to my native language, and only language.
Unfortunately, we also have just increase and decrease the font size so make the reading easier.
I like this, because it just enlarges the text of the article.
It's not the whole web page, it just the text.
I want to read, which is nice, you have our display options.
Tool. As well, this is about a year. Old. We launched it in December last year, and it's been very well received.
This, basically allows you to put the most comfortable kind of settings.
For reading the article, and for some, for example, I have an nephew, who he comprehends text better when it's on a green, or blue. Background.
So I can do that I can switch this into a green background.
You can change the font, we had a lot of requests for the open dyslexic font that's Available but we've also got Garam on say, if you Recheck with Sarah you know better if that Comprehends, more those you could even change the spacing on the
Text, and what's nice is once you change these settings.
If you go to another article on this grab a different one
They stick it set a cookie, so it's going to keep up using those, the same display for every article
So really Handy, and then, of course, we also have our text to speech option.
And this will.
Differences between Cyberbullying and Traditional Bullying, Cyberbullying and Traditional Bullying are similar in
Now you can go into the gear Icon here on the listen, tool, yeah, and change the way it's reading. Sorry.
Folks have been seizing all day. If you know, feel another one coming on we can change the highlighting.
We've got different colors. You can use the ones.
I would like to point out, though, enhance, text visibility, and the reading speed.
So if you've got someone who's using a screen, read or audio, they may want to speed up the text.
The reading of the text, or you can slow it down and you know that can help with comprehension, too.
The enhance text of visibility, pops, out the text
Differences between Cyberbullying and Traditional Bullying.
So you could hear it's much slower this time around and again it's popped out that tax there at the bottom.
So again, a couple of Handy features there
So let me check the chat see where we're at. I think we're in good shape
So again, just a reminder.
Digital citizenship, whole, portal, dedicated, to that Topic, here in the middle school resource. So lots of great reference sources, but I mean in particular is students age up I like the you certainly the magazine, content and the newspaper kind you can really be valuable as well.
Alright, so I would also encourage browsing here I'm just going to again, jump back to the homepage.
And if we go within our science section, you're going to find different topics.
Here, social issues as well, but just browsing around. You can find you know, some great SEL content search of course, we are much more geared to that but I think the browsers really where you can kind of explore, a lot.
More, so dedicated portal and stress so
Alright, so Onto Opposing viewpoints. Now this database of course it's built right into the name is about Differing opinions. Right?
These opposing viewpoints, but this database is full of great reference.
Content and periodicals that just are rounding, out all of those opinions as well, so as you need to do, research and need unbiased content.
They're There, but also they're there, for you know, just kind of general research purposes.
So again, we've got a browse. We can take advantage of and there's a lot of good stuff here, under science technology.
And ethics, society and culture, health, and medicine, again, the browsers, really where you're going to Explore, a lot of these con these topics, so just right off the Bat, Depression, mental Health you know, neurodiversity, you can see there's, just a wealth, of content here, along with all
of those viewpoint, essays, we're going to get those overviews to go with it first
Or I shouldn't say it first the viewpoints actually do come first, so we have some viewpoint essays.
But keep going there's that reference content. I can even find statistics get hard numbers.
Hi, again, a lot of Multimedia, Content Correct periodicals.
So again, lots of topics covered here that while they're probably going to be opinions, you know we can see some right off the bad. Here.
That other supportive content is here as well in the resource
So let's go ahead and take a look at some more.
Anxiety and stress management. Certainly now, the students don't deal with stress at every age.
But I've got a nephew who's a junior in high school now and he's you know thinking about College, and you know taking different standardized Tests, and the like and you know, and kind of Builds up He's got a job you play Sports There's a
Lot, going on, so these Types of resources are here where they can kind of just do some independent, you know reading right you can point them in these directions and the resources are you know available from anywhere anytime and if you're using the geo links, to access them, as long as they're in new York State, there's no password or
Anything required to just click in your end. So again, that's why I like the get link you can put them right where you want them.
There are other tools you could take advantage of, though, if you have a learning management system, you can embed this content deep in the LMS, when we wrap up with our support I’ll mention our kinder success managers, those are the folks who can help you get the ball rolling on that the
other thing. I wanted to mention is for all of these pages what we call the Portal pages, or topic pages.
And apologies. I meant to have this page open. We've created mark records for those portals.
So if you visit our support, system, and I'll include this link in my follow-up email and go to the mark records page.
When you see here, we go. Gale, and contact middle school.
We have a whole collection of mark records for all of the Portals that have been created.
And we create new ones, every month, really, I don't know that we do the updates only every month, that might be every other.
You could then you know, come back, and if a few months and download the updates get the new mark records that have been created for portals, and this just allows you another way for them to discover this content, say go into your catalog, and do a search on stress they're going to get a hit back.
That takes them right to the database, and to anxiety and stress management.
Inside Gale and context of closing Viewpoints.
So discovery is important with these topics, you know as much as it's getting built into curriculum. When Zoom are dealing with these they're often you know they're on their own at first it may not be comfortable talking to folks so the discovery, is you know, a really important piece
So okay, let me show you a couple of other things, and we'll start
And looking at the source for your teachers. So we hadn't shared.
Let me pop into one of these entries, here, the other tool I like we talked about.
I've mentioned it briefly before, but you can push this content out to Google drive and Microsoft one drive.
You could put together a whole folder of content for students in those sources.
So if I send this article over to my Google, drive, what it's going to do is create a folder named after the database I was using.
So happens pretty quickly, there it is scaling, context, opposing, viewpoints.
And there's that article, and we basically turned it into it.
Looks like a Google doc technically, it's a word. Document.
The Google dot formatting is weird, with our articles.
So You couldn't of course change that go up to file and save this attack.
But this is now my document. It lives in my Google drive, and I can move it.
If I want to put it into a folder I've created. I can move this over to
Say, end of your stress support
And then that folder I can then share with students all the things you normally do with Google drive you can now do with the content you found in our databases, so all of those features are available and you can build a folder for them to take advantage of or even just a single document you'd even have
You know, with their
Commenting feature. You could even have it a little discussion here, within the article just use, the comment tool about that currently I highlighted, the ring, level so
So what's great about the resources is their ability to kind, of pop up where you need them.
They fit in your workflow, you can even share content, right to Google classroom, if you're, a Google classroom, user that's where there, let me use my little tool, here, if they're in the very top of the ban or can share this right, to Google, classroom, drop them, right from there, so really
So again I would encourage you to explore these home pages and dive into the browse again health and medicine, here, science, technology, and ethics, society, and culture, have a lot of great SEL, topics, and pass for you to go down but of course, you can always just throw a search in there, and see
what you find You know, we're kind of conditioned for those anyway.
Already the last resource I wanted to take a look at is really more for you your teachers.
Your administrators, and that is one of the one file databases whenever you hear gale, one file that is a database that is intended to support magazines and journals, that's really the point of them.
In context databases are built with K 12 students in mind, there's lots of great reference content there as long as other types of sources, like Multimedia primary documents and the like but when you hear one File, that really means Magazines, and Journals, and News That's, the Point of those
Databases so we've been getting a lot of questions lately at Yale are really around Novel New York and what the differences between context and One file resources, and that's really it one file is magazines, newspapers and news in context is all of those things plus reference, video you
Know the audio, primary documents all that really built with K.
12 in mind, looking at standards. These are periodical databases, and the one We're going to look at is educators, reference. Complete.
And if anybody remembers using Eric in college similar idea, there's actually a lot of overlap between educators, reference complete and Eric.
These are journals, around education and you'll see in the interface is slightly different.
This is intended really to search. There is some browsability in some of the one file resource, but really you're intended to search here.
So what I like about this collection is because it's all about education.
If I search on, SEL it knows what that is basically, it's coming from education.
Journal, so that's you know. I don't have kind of have to worry about.
Do I need to spell out social, emotional learning, do I can.
I just search out pardon me SEL, we zero in on Academic Journal results.
Then we also have a separate page for magazine. So maybe things that are a little more like newsletters, and things like that or of course, magazines, but maybe the audience is more general it says books, but often it's reports in this kind of resource here and there we'll have some ready
Reference, type sources. But this is almost catch all really, for things that are not a journal magazine, or newspaper they kind of end up here under books.
I hope someday will rename it, but I don't know what we might rename it to and then of course, news.
These might be some newspapers, probably also going to be newswires and newsletters.
Particularly considering, the content we're After, and then Separate, Tab for Images.
And with the periodicals it's a lot of content, you know.
We get new issues in every day. Yeah one of the neat things you can. Do.
Here is set up a search, alert. So if you look in the update, right hand corner.
Here in the Toolbar, we have a search, alert, button, and this will let you set up an alert via, email, or RSS feed so that when new articles come in that match your search it'll, email, you or they'll get pushed to your RSS feed you can choose how often you
want to send them. If you are going to email, we can do daily, weekly, or monthly and you do have to be 18 years old to sign up for these, because you're giving us your email, address so we have a little birth your check there, I have a really great way, to stay on top of
topics, but also again, just to do some research, maybe find new ways to incorporate these topics.
Into your classroom, see, what other people are doing? You can also, when my favorite things about the periodical databases, is they have a subject guide, search which my librarian heart loves I love working.
With a controlled vocabulary, so with whoops, let me get rid of this drawing.
The subject guide is going to be more guided
So instead of and you can actually I love a search, assist, because it's always only going to suggest things that we have you can see.
We've got this many articles, and I can also subdivide them.
It's a much more guided approach to getting your results.
It's also very Targeted we Don't assign a subject heading, unless your topics are really covered in that article.
So you know it is a very controlled way to get results to us, not just sending keywords search out, bringing back every mention so I find the subdivisions really helpful, but just really the subject headings, as a whole so I’m just going to go Ahead and Grab all of it let's, see
What we've got here. So this is really great content.
Within the Resource, There's a Separate Journal search.
You can use to check and see, if your favorite journal circles are here, That's on the Homepage, too.
But the One File resources are, you know, again, magazines, journals, news sources.
But a great resource for your teachers to get a little pd in, maybe save some money on subscriptions at They're paying for their own journals, but educators, reference complete is a great collection, the other one, I’ll just mention because we have a minute is and we change the names, of
these 2, they're all good. It's right there, Gail, one file, information, science.
So this is really, where all of our library journals live, too, but it's dedicated to information science.
So it's your you know, if someone works in the library, this is your database, right of course, air educators reference complete, is too.
But this is really more specifically for our librarians.
And this is looks really the same, it's going to have offer all the same tools.
So the small one file collections are typically built around these subject areas.
So you'll see some other here. As well, and then the 2 heavy Hitter, Scale Academic, one File and Gale, General One file or Kind of the Parent Databases.
So most of these those sources flow up into one, or, both of those 2.
So you can kind of start there as well, but Alex the Small collections they're really targeted in their
Subject area. Okay, anything else I can show you around the resources I can pop back into these pages of all
Alright, so keep an eye out we will of course always add more content.
The databases are never done. And again, we've got different ways for you, to push this out to students, so again Google Classroom is a great way, if you're already using that fits right into your workflow get link again, the most universal of these Tools, because it's, just a URL
You can put those wherever you need them. Can again send content to Google drive or Microsoft, one drive and take advantage of all their features, and then of course, just download content, printed off you know, and make it available so when you've got questions about this content these databases, or are looking for
Some tools, support that Gale, Com Slash, Novel New York.
Has you covered? We have all of our great kind of technical support.
There. So if you aren't using the geolinks, you can get them there again.
That's where you can find the mark records. Then you have all of our training materials.
So things intended for you, as a professional, but then also things intended for your users, for your students, for a teachers, things like scavenger hunts, and the like we have training decks, ready to go, so that if you are going to go, present to your teachers, around databases we have resources, or side.
Decks, training Decks for you to Take Advantage of Customize and be off and Running Lots of great Marketing Materials, Bookmarks, Banners, Social Media Posts, Communication Templates, no Need To Regret the Wheel We've got a Lot of Great Stuff at the Support Site, but of
course, when you want to talk to a person that's where you can get in touch with your Gale team.
I'm again your trainer, so I'm happy to answer any questions.
If I don't have the answers I know where to go to get them.
Because I'm A Librarian, too. So you can always feel pretty reach out to me a good person to get to know Yale, as your customer, success, Manager They're, responsible for making sure you're successful with your resources.
And they are special. They do specialize by library, type and location.
So, if they are responsible for New York, they know NOVELny and what you get from it.
All those details, but then they also. Know if you're in a k.
12, setting that's who they work with all the time.
So they understand the challenges, you know that you might be facing and can share examples for what other schools have done as well, so great group of folks.
If you send an email to that mailbox, it will get routed to the right person for your school, or library, and then of course, you, want to talk to your account, rep, we have lots of folks, across new York, state, or big state that you can work, with so use that Rep
Finder to zero in and find who's responsible for your area, and they’ll be more than happy to talk to you about your options.
So that's what I wanted to share with everybody today.
When you leave the Webinar, it should open directly to this evaluation, you can let us know what you thought in this session, we're really interested to hear what else you might like to see out of Gale training.
So you could take a minutes and to fill that out.
We would really love the feature, and then of course keep an eye out for any upcoming sessions, or about to work with album, new York and set up some more for this winter, so again, that's where that evaluation, form is really Handy let us know if there's something in particular you're looking
To learn about more happy to cover it, but keep an eye on both of our Webinar pages, the one specifically for now we'll New York, but then also our general Gale training Calendar and see if There's Anything You'd like to Attend or of course Restore all of our Recordings.
There too, so you can always tune into things. You weren't able to attend they're all on those pages.
So with that I'll say thank you, and let you all go to enjoy the rest of your Monday.
I'm, going to stick around and see if any questions should come in.
But thank you all so much, for tuning in apologize for the screen share mistake that made early on I'll have to figure out why my monitors are doing that again, but better attention when I'm sharing so thanks all for tuning in and again.
Stick around. If you've got any questions. Thanks everybody.