welcome to your Tennessee electronic library training session. Today's topic is summer reading of possibilities with your Tell Gale resources.
My name is Tammi Van buren and i'm your gale Trainer.
Any questions throughout the session. Please feel free to ask in the Q.
And a box. My goal today is for you all to walk away with.
Information about the resources you have available from the tennessee electronic library that are there to support summer reading.
So we're going to go into 3 different resources today, and going to in there each a little different, as far as the approach, and who you would use them for in your library.
So we're going to cover a little bit of what to use one also, and I will share with you a few other best practice ideas. our agenda today.
I'm going to start with an overview of the gill resources that you have access to, that are there to support summer reading and the summer reading theme this year. All we're going to explore content talk about best practices and ways
you can share the content. I encourage you to ask questions.
Throughout the session. But i'll also stay on at the end of the session.
If there's any additional questions. i'll also share with you where you can go for training materials, and who you can contact for one-on-one support.
First and foremost, access to your tennessee electronic library resources.
If you're not using your own library's direct Urls right into the resources you can access through the Tennessee Electronic libraries website.
It is a very, a great website. It has a lot of great information. and on the homepage you're also going to find some articles and good to know items right there when you log in this is a link you can use to
access that information. if you're not familiar I always like to cover the access point.
The So we're first going to talk about our readers advisory resource, Gale books and authors.
It is one of my favorites to explore every time i'm in here.
I find myself going deeper and deeper and finding a lot of great books.
I am a lover of reading, and also of the library.
I have always been a person that goes to my public library, or I may get my books on my on my ipad and read them digitally.
I also have 3 kids in my in my household that love to read, and summer reading program in our local library was my favorite time of year with the kids when they were younger, even on into middle school, and it has turned them into lifelong
readers, books, and authors, is a great way to offer new ways to explore the endless possibilities and combinations of books, authors, genres, and topics for all libraries.
It's a very powerful tool, that promotes the discovery of literature, and where to find it in your library.
It connects readers with books, and a helps them make informed reading choices.
I have found 2 with books and authors. If there is an author, because you do have different options to search for content.
If there is an author that I just love, I will do a search on that author and see what new titles are available.
Sometimes with work. I don't have the time to sit down and read like I like to.
So those books get published and I wasn't i'm not aware, and I'm always thrilled to find new titles available from my favorite authors.
That's just one way I use it just for my own personal use.
We're going to talk about how you can utilize it for your own summer library searching, and for your patrons.
How they can find content within this resource. You also have 2 resources that support your younger younger patrons that come into your library, or, if we have any K.
12 folks on the line. These resources are really helpful to go along with your summer reading program, and they are supporting K.
12, your gale in context elementary. And this is a cross-curricular resource, this is where kids for great grades.
K. through 5, can learn about different topics, including animals, plants, science, music, and so much more.
Then also for our middle schooler. So this is for your sixth.
Through eighth grade students. we have Gale in context, Middle school.
This is also cross-curricular resource but you're also going to find in here some primary sources some science, experiments, poetry, and so much more.
These 2 resources the content is related to curriculum standards, and you are going to find content levels.
So you do have that ability to filter content. by levels and i'll talk a little bit about that. we're going to spend a lot of time in books and authors today.
But I want you to know that these 2 resources are available for your patrons that are coming to your library to do a little bit of additional exploration, especially with a topic talking about oceans and marine life and aquatic life that
these 2 resources are going to have a lot of great content to support that want to talk to you a little bit about Gale In context, elementary, because our younger readers are also our great explorers.
They love to learn about everything. So they may be reading a book on and we're going to use the idea or search search idea of dolphins.
Maybe they're due reading a book on dolphins or you've read it in your library, and they want to learn everything they can about dolphins Galey.
Context elementary is great to support that summer reading program so it's a great supplement to to what you're doing in your libraries.
You're going to find great I wonder. questions here right on the home page, and these are updated the daily They encourage inquisitiveness and spark curiosity.
Great rich content. you're gonna find allows users to search through.
Well, we have over 16,000 images, over 600 videos and 1,700 charts and graphs.
Then the visual topic tree. This is a great way for your users to be able to drill down and find content visually.
And this is for your in context resources that visual topic tree is unique to gallant context, elementary.
So I just wanted to jump into that resource just a little bit to talk a little bit more about it.
You also have great tools within your resources to support all of your users that are coming into your library.
You can share content with users. One way to do that is using get link.
It creates a persistent Url back to any spot within the resource.
So if you are highlighting information on your library website use get link to highlight and grab.
Maybe it's a topic page that you want to use on this one happens to be on the great white shark, and I am showcasing here in the screenshot an actual document.
But you could create a link back to the entire topic page with all the information about great white sharks.
Just one idea of how you can use it in your library.
You also can send documents, audio files, images, and more to Google drive a Microsoft one drive.
So can your users. So if they do find content that they're really interested in. Maybe you in your summer reading program, you're running some group activities where you are meeting with with your younger patrons pretty regularly throughout the summer, maybe
you have some different events going on. why not showcase their share?
This resource, and encourage students to bring in, content to discover and explore.
Then, if you are using, and this is, if we have any K.
12 folks on the line. If you are any of you are creating maybe a Google classroom for summer reading and maybe pulling some titles or information in again, you can use get Link.
But really, if you are using Google classroom, and you're creating a classroom for your students, the you can pull content directly from your gale resources right into Google classroom.
So it's a really easy way to share information with your students, and if you are coming from K.
12. Maybe you're using Google classroom at your public library That's just another idea of how you can pull in content.
Meet the varying needs of your students or your page, your younger users or patrons.
And these tools are available in all of your gill resources i'm showing them and Gale In context elementary, because it does look a little bit different.
It is up in the upper right hand corner where in your other in context resources and other gale resources.
You're going to find these tools right at the top of the document. so right above the text.
But all the tools are the same where you are going to have the text to speech.
So you have the listen button, where you can listen to the text being read aloud.
Great for our younger younger users. You also have the ability to increase the font size, to raise readability or the display options tool.
This is a new tool for document customization, where you can change the font.
We have open dyslexic. that we've added you can also change the background color behind the text, and i'm going to model that for you today.
And then, finally, we have our translate. We can translate the documents into over 40 languages.
So again meet the varying needs of all of your users.
With that transate option just to give you a general idea of what the content levels.
And this is what you're going to find in your in context products.
So Gale In context, elementary and gal in context, middle school is, you do have these content levels, one through 5 levels, one and 2 are generally elementary level.
3 is generally middle school, 4 and 5 are high school and undergrad You're not going to find a lot of those in your elementary resource or middle school resources, but there may be some filtered in there at the magazine
level, especially in the at least the level fours in the Middle school product.
Let me know if there are any questions but with that I want to jump right in, and we're going to start with gale books, books, and authors.
So let me share that screen with you again if there's any questions.
Just let me know. So this is definitely one of my and I say this about a lot of our resources.
But this one is definitely one of my favorite resources. because as I mentioned in the Powerpoint. It really offers that opportunity to explore and find great books that are in your library.
So I've also am one of those patrons that will look at bookless and recommendations from librarians, and those options are available here, too.
So, looking at the homepage, I want to cover some of these tools.
You do have the ability to do a basic search, and you can select title, author, series, or keyword.
Also have the advanced search option here which you're going to find in all of your gale resources.
But unique to this resource is the brows genres author, search book list, and then we have the 2 tools that you're going to find in all of your Gil resources.
Search history and get Link get Link provide you with a persistent Url back to any spot within the resource.
If you remember, I mentioned that in the Powerpoint on the left hand side we have the ability to quickly filter to fiction or nonfiction.
As I scroll down you're going to see new and updated books, scrolling at the top.
Lucky titles for St patrick's day so we have some themed items and non-fiction titles about famous women in honor of Women's history.
Months. You are going to see some of those themed items here on the home page.
For today I am going to do well. let me go and let me share with you before I do a basic search.
Let me share some of these tools over here, so browse genres will take you to this page where you can select and filter down.
This is fiction. i'm in it automatically takes me into fantasy fiction. that's the first on my list.
If you know, on the navigation on the left-hand side on the homepage fantasy fictions, the first one there.
But I can easily change that to any of those that are on the home page.
So if I did want Science Fiction, I could select Science Fiction, and it would take me to that content.
Now, when I get to this point, i'm going to go back to fantasy, when I get to this point, it is showing me everything.
I'm looking at books for that are aimed at and it's showing me children, young adult and adult and if I only wanted children titles, then I would remove the checks next to in the box is next to young adult an
adult also have the ability to search within and look for a certain topic I can sort by newest, oldest, and title.
Then I have all of these categories on the left-hand side.
So if I was looking for, let's, just do and I know this isn't related to our summer programming, I just wanted to show you an example real quick.
So if I was looking for fiction, fantasy, fiction, end of the world, I could do that.
And these are the children's titles that I have available. Okay, so that would be if I were looking for my shot through one certain genre if I wanted to.
And this is probably going to be a bit of a long shot. But let's try if I was looking for children, and i'm going to try the search of dolphin know there's a lot of non-fiction
dolphin titles i'm not sure what we're going to find in fantasy fiction.
I have a feeling i'm not gonna show much here yep there's not much children so I would want to change to non-fiction. and i'm going to select science. and you can even see right here 10 animals in
Antarctica. let me see here's everything awesome about sharks and other underwater creatures.
So if I typed in dolphins, although there are some No, I definitely know there are dolphin titles.
There we go and there's more than this available my my filtering.
Oh, it Filter took it back to biographies again.
Okay, let me try over, and it should be my search within.
Let me try here one more time displaying differently Ok.
So you get the and it's it's showing me these must I must have some biographies available.
You get the idea of what the titles look like and how it's filtered back, so that's if I were to go in by genre, if I wanted to do an author search I have the ability to put in an author,
or I can look for all female authors if I wanted to.
We have female gender, fluid, male or non-binary, available for gender.
You also have nationality, ethnicity, occupation, place of birth, place of death.
So all of these can be added in If you're looking for a certain authors, but not a specific author.
If I go back to that home page then let's do a basic search this time, I want to do a basic search on.
Let's do dolphin so another route I can take another search.
Option is, I showed you brow genres author, search.
I can use the navigation, as I mentioned on the left-hand side through fiction or nonfiction, which is the same as using brow genres.
Or I can just jump in and do a basic search but if I didn't want it to be in the title.
I could look for the keyword of dolphins, which is going to bring back a bigger search or larger search results.
So i'm at 289 Now again.
What if I just wanted to look for children's titles, I have audience, level author, time, periods of subject character, genre, book, category, search within are all here in my filter options?
But I wanted to quickly just find the children's titles and apply. This looks Cute barnacle is bored, and I can see all of the titles that are and you're gonna find some elementary But also.
Into middle school titles when you select children's if they're award-winning titles.
You will see that listed here, too. Now, when I click into let's go into this one because I just I can't even.
It's so darn cute you're going to get the author information you're going to get a bit of a summary you're going to get information about this book source citation formats that it's available in
and reviews for this title I like the reviews I'm one of those ones that reads the reviews.
You do have these tools to support accessibility here and that's just going to apply to what's on the page.
So if you do happen to need to change the display options behind the tax, or you need the open dyslexic font to read that review.
You have that option here available. I can increase the line spacing letter or word spacing, and that's going to change that behind that That summary of information about this title.
I wanted to explore the author a little bit more. He is hyperlinked out here, and this would take me to about this author.
Page i'm guessing this is a pretty new book looking at the title, but I just couldn't pass it up that that image there.
So So that is one way. you can do a basic search and filter down by audience level.
As soon as I remove that audience level it takes me back to all of those titles on dolphins again.
I'm sorry not titles keyword it's looking for the keyword of dolphins.
Now I can do. apply that same approach to young adults and adults, let's say, for young adult I wanted to look at Oh, ocean!
And I am also going to do let's do title this time and click search.
Now it's going to pull back everything on oceans again.
If I wanted to filter to young adult, I can do audience level and select.
Young adult apply, and it will apply it to all of my content.
This is an award winner novel. I can click into it.
It did remember that my display options that I set so it's still showing that if I wanted to clear it, I can select display options and back to default settings I also have the ability to translate this text here the
summary increase or decrease the font size. Listen to it being read aloud to me.
If I wanted to send this information to my Google drive one drive email downloader print, I could do that.
So maybe this is a title I want to keep. Then I would quickly send it to my Google drive.
I also have the ability to grab a link. So if you are curating a collection of books, and you want to highlight some, or or maybe this is for your own files, or you have teachers at schools that are looking through books, and authors,
and starting to build out some titles for their students as they're going into summer reading.
Get. Link is a great tool to use for that because it creates a persistent Url back to this exact spot.
So that's one way to do it also looking below this is more you're going to see Rita likes here.
So these are books that are similar to, and these are suggested.
You also have the source citation, if you need that that is available.
If you notice here about this book, you've got a little bit more information than we did on the on the brand new children's title that I was in previously, and the same if I go back to the results the same idea If I
remove young adult, and I still want something on ocean and I change that audience level to adults.
We're going to see that filter down now, If you notice this title was in both young adult and adult.
Here's another award winner and again I have all of that same information.
It really depends on what we have available within the resource what you're going to see on those results.
Pages. So if there are any recommendations, or if we happen to have read alike similar to that are suggested, this is a great one.
Look at those voices in the ocean. Look at all these titles.
Maybe you have some of these titles in your library, and you want to see home.
We. I have a library full of information. How can I quickly see what titles are related to, or similar to, and I want to highlight them and pull those print titles out and place them in my library?
Because when patrons come in, I want to showcase for not only my you know my elementary or children's readers, but all the way up through my adult readers, I am one of those people that will grab one off of
those shelves and and read it if it's recommended by my librarians, because you all know the best, and you know your books very well.
So i'm always looking for those types of recommendations and I'm.
Sure other patrons are too okay. So that's books and authors, and you do have the ability to also look at the book list.
So that's the last thing I wanted to share with you today. Within this resource, the book lists are going to be award-winning award winners expert pics and librarian favorites.
This was always my favorite section was librarian favorites. But you do.
If you wanted to look for a certain award you can access and what you'll find is now this is going to be a little bit outside, you might find some titles related to the summary reading topic.
This year, but you may find a lot of just titles that won these awards right.
So called the cat metal. one of my favorites, the you can see all of the titles, and even the the most current one, and if we have them linked out, then it will take you to that title.
You have all of the information that you do on all of the titles.
The summary. This book here's some read alikes you can go and read more about the author.
You options that are available. Okay, let me know if there are any questions on Gale books and authors.
But with that I want to jump into one of your other resources, and that is Gale In context.
We're going to start with Gale In context elementary today.
So Gale In context elementary. when you are talking about the topics of oceans, of possibilities where you're talking about marine life.
And oceans and maybe reefs, and that type of information.
You can find a lot of that, because it's non fiction reference content here in your in context resources.
So you're gonna find a lot of great information and I would suggest looking in animals looking in science for those types of topics.
I'm going to click into animals and we're going to go right to the fish and see creatures.
Section these are. This is our topic tree so i'm starting to drill down.
You can see when I click into animals. it gives me a little bit of information at the top.
When I select into my topic tree fish, and sea creatures, it helps me drill down again where i'm taken to this subject, and get a little bit of information so ranging from jellyfish to sharks these animals live
in oceans or fresh water, like lakes and streams.
As I scroll down here all the topic pages the information's already been curated for me there's some more.
I wonder? questions, and then you'll also find other sea creatures, our other efficiency creature topic pages below.
So these are the ones that they provide images for they Say that these are the most popular ones that are accessed or searched for within this resource.
So that's why they have received an image so if I wanted to stick with that theme of dolphins and porpoises.
I could select that topic page right away I get a image and an essay overview and some quick facts right here on the topic page.
If I, click, keep reading. I have the ability to change this document from a level one to a level 2.
Both are elementary. you're going to find in the level one some vocabulary words.
If I was an early reader, and needed some additional support.
I have the Listen, Button, and it'll read the text aloud to me.
I needed to translate this document I have the translate option we're at 40 languages.
I can translate the text, which would also translate the listen button.
At the same time those display features are still here, the display options where I can change the font and the background color.
If I change this to a level 2 you see a changes the images. And now we're at main ideas.
This might be an article that you want to highlight Maybe You've read the book Summer swimmers by Carol Caroline Arnold, and you wanted a some digital resources to go along with the story that you read in
your library, to your to your patrons. This is a great idea to do that.
You can share this information or share these links or put them on your library page Wherever you're posting information about summer reading, you can direct your patrons directly to a certain topic page like dolphins and
porpoises or you can direct them into the general resource. That itself It's really up to you, or you could do both.
I scroll down you're going to see book arts and news magazines, biographies there's going to be some great images.
There may be some videos here the very bottom here are some related topic pages that you're going to find within this resource.
So if I want to explore some of the pictures not only will I get the picture.
But i'll get a bit of a caption here to explain what is happening within that image.
If I wanted to look at all of the pictures, I can select it.
Then I can see what all I have of available. There are 2 pages some times you're going to find Sometimes you'll find diagrams and drawings in here, too.
We call it, I think they're the document type is set up as Yeah, I'm just drawing so these these images here would be considered drawings, but we've got some great great images available, and you know why not use these and link them out
on your library page to the content itself, if you want to.
The citations are all attached so you'll have access to this citations for the images, and and they're there for your for your users, too.
Okay, so that is, in within dolphins and purposes, the different types of information you can find there.
If I wanted to. So most of your users that are going to be accessing these resources, they are going to be pointing, clicking.
So our analytics show us that our younger patrons are our students happen to point and click.
That's Why, we've created this topic tree for them to drill down.
Maybe they wanted to take a look at manatees and You can see what we have available book articles, news magazines.
There's also great poems in here, and you wanted to specifically find pulse on ocean life, or on oceans or dolphins.
You could do that in advance search, and then I use that.
Get Link to link it out to the information that you find.
So you could put in multiple terms. if that's what you were looking for, and you wanted to highlight it on your library website or in your programming.
That's another idea. Best practice that you can do okay the last one. I'm: going to share with you is Gale In context middle school, and then I want to share with you some of the promotional materials we have available because if you
are looking to promote these resources. I want to make sure that you have the tools that you need before we end our session today.
Let me know if there are any questions on Gale in context elementary.
I can jump back in here at any time. Galen context, Middle School.
This is also in our in context, product, family. and you can see basic search advanced search.
The homepage has some images. it does look a little bit different.
If I wanted to go directly into the subject of science, I could, and then I could find a topic page related to whatever my search is going to be.
Now what I would suggest with our middle schoolers. they are about 50 over 5050% of the time they're pointing and clicking 50% of the time they're using our basic search.
So both options are obviously available. If your students are coming in and using the topic pages, we don't have the topic tree as we do in elementary, we have those images on the homepage, and then it takes you to an
alphabetical list of all of our topic pages.
You want to know if there is a topic page related to a subject. So I'm going to start typing in sharks, it will be bolded, and at the top of your search assist results here.
So I'm, seeing that yes, I do have a topic Page for sharks, I can click into it, or I can continue to type the term sharks and hit enter or hit our search button.
Here, and it would bring back all of the sharks content.
And then on the right hand side It would show me Oh, there's also a topic page available.
Let me share with you what that looks like Oh, Now it's going to default me to this spot.
Of course. let me see if I can do it this way I don't want to use my topic Page.
So i'm going to click enter it yeah it's just going to take me into this because I my computer is cooking the information.
You get the idea, though, that it's it's going to be just a list of your search results where here with the topic pages.
You do have that image and essay overview. and then all of the different content types are here. On the in the center of the page.
We have 96 images. there's 9 videos available again these both have the citation attached.
You can use. Get link or pull them directly into your Google classroom. If you're using that and showcase some of this information available here within your gale resources that you have from the Tennessee Electronic library related topic pages are going
to be at the bottom, so you can see we happen to Have one on dolphins, and there's one on oceans also. so I could click into oceans and do some additional exploration.
Do still have the ability, with the essay overviews to change the lexile measure.
It is a little bit different than elementary so if i'm at a level 3.
If I wanted to do a lower lexile measure, I can actually lower this one to a level.
2 that option is available within the resource and you're going to see that on the topic Overviews, or if you look for anything that's been published by Gale chances, are we started doing that late 20
17 you're going to find i'm sorry we started doing that. I'm thinking of the critical thinking questions.
I. We started doing that a little bit later than that, where we have the ability to toggle between the 2 different lexile measures.
I think it was 2,019, we added, it when we did all our updates.
But know that you're going to find those in the sao reviews. I also see them a lot in reference because you're going to find a lot of Gale published information in your reference.
Section along with encyclopedias like here's the encyclopedia of weather and natural disasters.
For example. okay, So I can do those types of searches I can look at.
Let's go back to Sharks because that's a fun one to look at where I am going to find some great video content available, taking great whites to the New York Times.
So when I do open my video up, it is muted.
It is muted Sorry it's muted I can turn the captions on or off.
If I want to, I can make this whole screen there is a transcript below.
So I have that option to read through that transcript as i'm listening to the video and again.
Don't forget you can use. Get Link to link back to this video.
Okay, all right. We are towards the end of our time. Before you leave me today.
I want to make sure you know where to go for all of your marketing materials that you have access to, and that is the gale support site, and I will share this in It'll share it in the powerpoint.
But also i'll share this link in the chat box right now, there any questions, let me know.
So in the gale support site You are going to find and you don't have to log in if you do which I do suggest it.
If you do, then you can it'll be taken to just the resources you have access to right now when I without logging in at all, it takes me to everything that I have at Gale every single resource market material training material so if
I wanted to drill that down, and only filter by my location I can find my location, so I can enter in my zip code or my institution name, and it'll help me find my information or i'm going to use
tennessee's information their location id as a quick use here.
It's going to filter that down it also lets me know who my customer success manager is.
That's who you would go to for any one on one support You want to walk through the support site contact your customer success manager.
You're looking for usage. Reports they can help you with that to want your direct Urls for your gale resources.
Customer success manager. You have fantastic folks at the State, at the Tennessee Electronic Library that are always there to help and support you, and they know how to get a hold of all of us But again.
Looking for one-on-one support with your gale resources. Then you can come to your customer success, Manager.
We've done some sessions training, sessions for the Tennessee Electronic library introducing them to everyone and and opened it up for questions, too, in the past.
But they're right linked here on this page so If I go to the training center and browse support materials.
If I wanted everything I had available for let's look at elementary. as I start to type in that product search of elementary, the filters that content down when I select because the title the product title is hyperlinked when
I select it. It'll take me to this link has everything it has power points, lessons and activities, printable tools videos.
And these include webinars and video tutorials i'm all here available for for me to access and utilize.
Here's some upcoming webinars that We have that are related to our gal and context elementary.
The same idea works for your marketing materials. If I go to find marketing materials for one individual resource, again, I can type in elementary select.
It, and it'll take me to the where I have email templates, blog templates, product descriptions posting on social media.
We have you covered. These are images that are available. We even have some suggestions on how to use the images. homework help.
Here's some printable tools are you looking to promote these resources.
There's a bookmark you can print off if you want you can put your direct Url, or wherever you'd like your users to go to to access this information.
We even have some flyers homework help flyer one and Spanish that's available.
All of this lives on your gale support site. Okay. So I first went into Training Center browse support materials, and I started to search for a specific product.
I did the same thing in marketing materials, browse materials, and that took me to all of my content.
For Gale In context elementary because that's what I was searching for all right.
So we are right at the end of our session i'm going to go back to my powerpoint.
If there are any questions, let me know I want to let you know that fine business series, training session is coming up next week, and it is, or it's the i'm sorry the week after next So March.
The 20 s business series, Gale One file business so We've covered the other 2 business resources. You have access to from the Tennessee Electronic Library.
The other gale business resources, and this is the final one in the series.
This is Number 3, and we are going to look at gill one file business.
If you're available on march the 20 s at 2 o'clock Eastern time.
Love to have you join me. The The link to access all of the webinars is on the support site, and I will share that here in the chat, since you're attending the live session for those that are watching the recording I
also like to showcase the link here on the in the Powerpoint.
Let me copy and share that with you. That will take you to all of the tell webinars that we have both upcoming and recorded.
We just want over the gale support sites just a reminder You're going to find tutorials, webinars, scavenger hunts that you can print off lesson plans, projects.
We talked about all the marketing material that you have available for web banners and social media posts and templates for emails are all available on your gale support site, and that link will also be included in the follow-up
email finally, that wraps our session my name is Tammi Van Buren.
I'm your gill trainer your one-on-one support is your gale customer success managers.
And here's their email address. I will also share that in the chat.
And it is also in the follow-up. email. So you have everything that you need hopefully from Gale.
If not, let us know, and we will do our best to help you i'm just putting that email address in there.
You go. So if you would like to reach out to them directly you can, and the training survey, i'd love to get your feedback on the session, it should pop up as soon as you leave the session.
Today, but here's the link also and It is a it is bitly.
Ford Slash Gill Training survey the but it should pop up as soon as you leave the session, and it is also included in the follow-up.
Email, All right. That rights my portion of the session.
If there are any questions, please let me know i'll stay on the line.