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May 2024

Exploring Archives of Sexuality and Gender: Community and Identity in North America
5/22/24 | 3:00 PM (ET) | 60 minutes

With academic interest in the social history of the 20th century rising, academics, more than ever, are turning to primary sources to give voice to history. Archives of Sexuality and Gender: Community and Identity in North America is a 20th century collection that offers perspectives on society, sexual identity, community building, and gender issues with collections from Canada, the United States, and Mexico. The archive contains materials that cover activism and social justice issues, highlight disabilities in Queer society, offer information around alternative sexualities, document interactions between sexuality and religion, and represent diverse ethnic communities across North America. Join us as we explore these unique and mostly unpublished manuscripts, monographs, and other personal papers that outline the histories of individuals, communities, and their identities through different social conditions and relations.

Build Strong Readers: Integrate the Science of Reading with Gale In Context
5/23/24 | 2:00 PM (ET) | 60 minutes

Join us for a training session exploring how to effectively use Gale In Context products in line with the science of reading principles, specifically fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. Participants will explore how Gale can support evidence-based instructional practices and enhance students' reading comprehension and literacy skills through research and learning tools including translation, listen, highlights and notes, and more.

Gale Resources to Support Undergraduate History Students
5/30/24 | 2:00 PM (ET) | 60 minutes

From survey courses to upper-level undergraduate seminars, do History students at your institution know which Gale resources will help them locate primary and secondary sources? Librarians and instructors should attend this webinar for a review of US History and World History (In Context), and OneFile: US History and World History. We’ll also explore the Archives Unbound program and its potential for supporting historical research papers. Learn what each resource offers, and how to integrate materials in course materials.

June 2024

Gale Digital Scholar Lab Overview and Updates
6/12/24 | 3:00 PM (ET) | 60 minutes

Use the Gale Digital Scholar Lab to apply Digital Humanities tools to your academic institution’s archival holdings. In this session, you will become familiar with the Lab’s robust interface and iterative three step workflow: Build, Clean, Analyze. Learn how researchers can work together on shared projects. Discover the integrated materials that support classroom instruction and self-guided exploration of the Digital Scholar Lab. And leave with insight into how to leverage the tools in Gale Digital Scholar Lab created to support early career researcher publication and an online showcase for research created in the Lab.

Gale 101-
6/13/24 | 2:00 PM (ET) | 30 minutes

Gale’s Support Site,, provides you with access to pre-made training, marketing, and technical support materials designed to aid you in learning, promoting your resources, and stretching your Gale skills. In this session we will explore the layout and workflows found within the Support Site, as well as the content available to you.

The Making of Modern Law - Landmark Records and Briefs of the US Courts of Appeals
6/20/24 | 2:00 PM (ET) | 60 minutes

United States Courts of Appeals are battlegrounds for some of the most hotly debated issues in American politics and culture. The Making of Modern Law: Landmark Records and Briefs of the U.S. Courts of Appeals chronicle the evolution of the appellate courts, deepening our understanding of social, economic, political, and historical issues from 1891 through 1983. In this webinar we will cover Part I: 1950–1980, Part II: 1891–1950, and Part III: Key Issues from 1907–1983. In this webinar you will learn how each module was curated while revealing their critical importance to modern social, cultural, and economic issues that regularly occupy newspaper headlines in today’s heated political climate. Join us to learn more about the content and platform features that will help you maximize your research experience.

Gale 101- Gale In Context: Science
6/27/24 | 2:00 PM (ET) | 30 minutes

Gale In Context: Science is an online learning resource designed to support secondary science subjects including Biology, Earth/Space Science, Chemistry, Physics, Health, and more. Varied content types including reference articles, interactive simulations, news reports, images, experiments, and statistics provide an engaging and wide-reaching experience.

Join this beginner webinar to explore the content, tools, and workflows found within this valuable resource.

August 2024

Gale Research Showcase: The New Space for Peer-Reviewed Early-Career Research and Projects from Gale Digital Scholar Lab
8/21/24 | 2:00 PM (ET) | 60 minutes

To encourage early career researchers, the new Gale Research Showcase offers a hub for presenting and publishing high-quality, peer-reviewed digital humanities research outcomes. Faculty and librarians should attend this webinar to explore how using the Gale Research Showcase and new Projects dashboard in Gale Digital Scholar Lab will support students from research question to final publication. Learn how to use the Showcase and built-in Projects area of the Lab as a “how-to-publish” teaching tool, in conjunction with classroom assignments. Review the nuts and bolts for students building a project and submitting work for inclusion in the Showcase. View examples of fascinating projects, to inspire exploration of digital literacy skills. The Gale Research Showcase and the Projects workflow supports teaching, learning, and sharing of research outcomes with the world—come see!

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