New Databases Coming July 1

In partnership with the Washington State Library, we are excited to announce the addition of several new databases, opens a new window from Gale Cengage, debuting on July 1, 2021.

If you're a student you can get the facts you need through articles, videos, charts, infographics and more in Gale in Context: Middle School, opens a new window and Gale in Context: College, opens a new window which join our existing Gale in Context resources for Elementary, High School, and Global Issues.

You can use Gale Literature: LitFinder, opens a new window to find over 132,000 poems as well as short stories, speeches and plays.

If you are business-minded you will find a lot to love in Business Insights: Global, opens a new window and Gale Business: Entrepreneurship, opens a new window. Business Insights: Global empowers users with statistical data and analytical tools on international business and trade while Gale Business: Entrepreneurship offers real business plans, how-to guides, articles, and more.

You can find up-to-date health information with Gale Health and Wellness, opens a new window, which includes full-text medical journals, magazines, reference works and multimedia on a full range of health-related topics.

Finally, if you are seeking general information, look to Gale General OneFile, opens a new window collections. This database offers a wide range of magazine, newspaper, and peer-reviewed journal articles on a variety of subjects, including history, science, fine arts, gender studies, and home improvement.

With the addition of these exciting new databases comes the discontinuation of some older databases. Access to ProQuest’s Research Library, Consumer Health, eLibrary, SIRS Discoverer, History Study Center, and Learning: Literature will end on June 30th, 2021. We will continue our subscriptions to ProQuest's CultureGrams, U.S. Newsstream, and ABI/INFORM.

We welcome your respectful and on-topic comments and questions in this limited public forum. To find out more, please see Appropriate Use When Posting Content. Community-contributed content represents the views of the user, not those of Sno-Isle Libraries