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September is National Honey Month, and in honor of this sticky sweet treat Gale has created lesson plans and scavenger hunts to get users engaged and learning about bees, honey, and more. Explore this page to find materials created for Gale In Context: Environmental Studies, and Gale In Context: Elementary.

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Uncover a different Hidden Figure each day in the month of February. Raise your awareness about African American unsung heroes and heroines with Gale InContext: Biography.

Discover black mathematicians and their achievements with Gale In Context: U.S. History.

Discover the rise of black political activism during the Reconstruction era with Nineteenth Century U.S. Newspapers.  

Visit the Crossing the Color Line with Nineteenth Century U.S. Newspapers LibGuide for search strategies and examples within Nineteenth Century U.S. Newspapers:

Head back to school with the tools you need to enhance instruction with Gale In Context resources!


Quickly build knowledge and prepare to deliver instructor training using the Professional Development Tools available in the Digital Assets portion of this page—each presentation includes a full script within slide notes.  Add your library links and provide colleagues Printable Tools like Tip Sheets to use as a quick reference. Then, introduce students to Gale In Context through Videos and dive deeper into classroom topics and research skills with Lesson Plans, Scavenger Hunts, and Projects.


Explore the tools below, and get ready to kick start learning this school year with fresh resources in Gale In Context!

Explore the cause and effect of women entering the workforce during World War II within the Financial Times Historical Archive and Women’s Studies Archive.

Uncover the stories behind the world’s most famous poems. Read full text poems and their origins in Gale Literature: LitFinder.

Celebrate and pay tribute to American’s Native people. Learn about their histories and important contributions with Gale In Context: U.S. History

Take a fresh look at making better food choices and getting more physically active with courses like Luscious, Low-Fat, Lightning-Quick Meals and/or Lose Weight and Keep It Off. Make your gut happy by enrolling in one of 350+ online courses with Gale Courses. 

Celebrate the power of reading and showcase great American authors. Discover author biographies, overviews, full-text literary criticism, and reviews to ignite research with Gale Literature Resource Center.

Get road ready with ChiltonLibrary. Access detailed information needed to tackle vehicle maintenance and repairs. 

Transform your understanding of gay rights and the development of LGBTQ culture and activism around the world with Gale’s Archives of Sexuality & Gender: LGBTQ History and Culture Since 1940.

Use these tools to spread awareness and make an impact with access to Gale In Context: Opposing Viewpoints provided by your state library. 

Start building knowledge with the Resource GuidePromote to your learning community with BookmarksSocial Media Posts, and Web Banners. Share Projects and Scavenger Hunts to drive users into your library resources to researching and explore trending topics. Familiarize yourself or deliver training to others with the Library Learning ToolsRecorded Webinars, and Tutorials.

For more ideas or assistance contact your Gale customer success manager at [email protected]

Expand your understanding of hysteria, medical diagnoses of women, and how it impacted women’s mental health with Gale's British Library Newspapers, Nineteenth Century Collections Online, and Nineteenth Century U.S. Newspapers.

Research all the issues - no matter what side of the debate you are defending. Gale In ContextMiddle School and Opposing Viewpoints  have what you need to begin your research.

Inspire curious minds through traditional research and activity-based 3D models to empower a complete learning solution with Gale In Context: Science and Interactive Science.

Ring in the new year with the gift of knowledge by enrolling in one of 350+ online courses. Turn your passion into action by learning a new skill with Gale Courses.

Your library's Gale resources and Customer Success Managers are always available to support you as you navigate from a physical library to a virtual space. You Customer Success Manager can help you get library content integrated into your user's workflows, remove barriers to access, or provide ideas and best practices to help you adapt and evolve your approach to learning. Check out this video to see how we can help you be successful from anywhere.

To build your teachers' or professors' awareness of your library resources, download the Gale Virtual Learning Quick Tips document and customize it with your library's access information, available resources, institution name, and contact details. Then, save the document and send it to your faculty.

To help students use your Gale library resources, download the Top Gale Tools for Online Learners document and customize it with your library's access information and logo. Then, save the document and send it to students and/or faculty.

You can also share the tools below that provide instruction and assistance using your Gale resources. More tools will be added as they become available.

Examine how the advertisement industry influenced buyers when it came to tobacco and alcohol consumption with The Times Digital Archive.

Use Gale In Context: College or Gale In Context: High School to research key events and individuals in the 72 year long fight for womens suffrage in the United States.

Learn how these fearless pioneers changed the world in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Discover her innovations both culturally and socially with Gale In Context: Science

September is National Honey Month, and in honor of this sticky sweet treat Gale has created lesson plans and scavenger hunts to get users engaged and learning about bees, honey, and more. Explore this page to find materials created for Gale In Context: Environmental Studies, and Gale In Context: Elementary.

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