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Worth a second look: Gale Cengage
Posted on June 19, 2017 at 1:37 PM by Jeff Hixon
From time to time, we like to draw attention to our growing list of archived webinar recordings. Maybe you missed one you had your heart set on joining, thought "I'll just catch the recording later!" - and then it got away from you.
This time, we're looking at an overview of our offerings from Gale Cengage Learning, presented by trainer Emily Mageski on January 12 to kick of our annual series of vendor webinars.
includes the "how-to" of genealogy research in addition to the idiosyncrasies of genealogical research in specific subject areas. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced researcher looking for in-depth genealogy data this is a good place to start or extend your research.
Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL)
is a database of encyclopedias and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary research.
Health Reference eBooks
is a state-library generated subset collection of
titles on health topics.
Information Science and Library Issues Collection
gives librarians access to scholarly journals and trade publications essential for information professionals and other knowledge workers. Coverage of topics including information infrastructure, metadata architecture, publishing, and more.
The crown jewel of the Gale collection undoubtedly is
Kansas History, Territorial through Civil War Years, 1854-1865
Custom made for Kansas with input from noted historians, this unique resource provides a core of primary source documents for the study of Kansas history, with an engaging user interface for students and researchers. The collection provides a range of primary documents, including state and regional histories, biographies, speeches and more.
With a good balance of "what's in here" and "how do I find and use it" instruction, along with handy tools and tips easily overlooked, you may find this session well worth 50 minutes of your time.
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