Gale Reference Complete includes:
InfoTrac Periodical Solutions put the world's leading journals and reference sources at your users' fingertips, with easy-to-use features and unique search tools enabling discovery.
Academic OneFile is the largest academic InfoTrac collection with 19,400 titles, delivering quality content for students, scholars and general researchers.
Academic OneFile offers:
General OneFile (InfoTrac)
Gale's largest general interest periodical resource, General OneFile includes more than 8,000 full-text titles, more than 3,500 refereed journals, and hundreds of newspapers.
InfoTrac Newsstand provides access to more than 2,000 local, regional and national newspapers from around the world, in full-text. It also includes thousands of radio and TV broadcasts and transcripts. Users can search articles instantly by title, headline, date, author, newspaper section, or other fields.
Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL)
GVRL serves as a one-stop research experience. Cross-disciplinary searching and a consistent experience bring e-book results together from multiple sources.
Gale Literary Sources
Gale Literary Sources is the world's largest humanities experience online. Encompassing all aspects of literary study, from primary works to reviews, biographical information, links to audio interviews, and topic overviews, it spans antiquity to the modern day, and is the place of record for literature criticism.
Gale products included:
Literature Resource Center; Scribner's Writers; Twayne's Authors; LitFinder; Literature Criticism Online (LCO); Contemporary Literary Criticism; Something about the Author Online and Dictionary of Literary Biography Complete Online.
The Archives Unbound programme contains more than 321 collections and new archives are continually added to the portfolio. The roots of the programme are in microfilm, and the collection makes available targeted collections of interest to scholars engaged in serious research. Particular strengths in the Archives Unbound catalogue include: U.S. foreign policy; U.S. civil rights; global affairs and colonial studies; and modern history.
Broad topic clusters include: African American studies; American Indian studies; Asian studies; British history; Holocaust studies; LGBTQ studies; Latin American and Caribbean studies; Middle East studies; political science; religious studies; and women's studies.
|Archive Collections||Archives Unbound||321|
|Archive Titles||Archives Unbound||326,175|
|Archive Pages||Archives Unbound||15,095,319|
1256 to present.
Parts of this resource are updated daily, others are closed archives of primary sources.