High school and college students, now that school is back in full swing, you might be finding yourself buried under term papers and other projects. Well, don’t panic – Smiley Library has your research needs covered with our Gale in Context eResources. You may access these at the Library or on our website at www.akspl.org/elibrary.
Do you need to write a report about a famous or influential person? Gale in Context: Biography is a reliable, user-friendly resource where you can find information about thousands of notable people. This database allows you to search for people by name, occupation, nationality, ethnicity, birth/death dates and places, or gender, as well as by keyword. Gale in Context Biography provides you with articles, book chapters, and other primary source material on a wide range of contemporary and historical public figures.
Have you been given an assignment to debate a hot-button issue? Then Gale in Context: Opposing Viewpoints is the tool for you. You’ll find a wide range of up-to-date information about a wide array of controversial topics sourced from academic journals, magazines, statistics, and websites.
As for those endless projects and term papers, head for Gale in Context: High School (hint – it’s great for college students, too!) Whatever your topic, you’re sure to find all the information you need to ace your project. In addition to many print sources, this database offers images, videos, and audio selections from such renowned sources as the NPR, BBC News, and the New York Times Video.
Using Gale’s databases helps you formulate your topic, apply critical thinking skills, and complete your school projects without having to worry about fake news or other unscrupulous journalism. Gale updates its resources regularly and all their sources are reputable and reliable.