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Gale Unveils 10 Digital Collections for Academic Libraries
Gale has added 10 new resources, comprising millions of pages, to its digital collections program for academic libraries.
"Researchers now have access to digitized versions of venerated materials such as recordings and transcripts of speeches from Winston Churchill and Henry Kissinger, and photos and exhibition catalogs of World's Fairs, among others," according to a news release. "These collections will be available on the Gale Artemis: Primary Sources platform, giving researchers access to graphing and search visualization tools that will help them explore this historical content in new ways."
The new collections include:
"The launch of these new resources solidifies Gale's position as the most active publisher of digital historical collections in the world and underscores our commitment to support learning, scholarship, and student achievement in the classroom," said Jim Draper, vice president and general manager at Gale, in a prepared statement.
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