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toward those who are just starting out or
for those who want easy-to-understand
guidance on how to manage their finances.
Titles include How to Make & Stick to a
Budget; How to Start a 401K; and What to
Know about Auto Insurance.
• UPDATE: Continuously updated e-titles
include The Street Ratings Guide to Bond
& Money Market Mutual Funds; The Street
Ratings Guide to Common Stocks; The Street
Ratings Guide to Exchange-Traded Funds;
The Street Ratings Guide to Stock Mutual
Funds; Weiss Ratings Consumer Guides; Weiss
Ratings Guide to Banks; Weiss Ratings Guide
to Health Insurers; Weiss Ratings Guide to
Life & Annuity Insurers; Weiss Ratings Guide
to Life & Annuity Insurers; Weiss Ratings
Guide to Property & Casualty Insurers.
Gale, a Cengage Company (800-877-4253;
• NEW: 17th and 18th Century Nichols
Newspapers. Release date: March 2017. The
two biggest collections of seventeenth- and
eighteenth-century newspapers were owned
by Charles Burney and his fellow collector, John Nichols. Nichols’ collection was
purchased by Oxford University’s Bodleian Library. It has never been digitized or
fully microfilmed and so has remained
inaccessible to the majority of researchers.
Now available digitally, this collection will
provide users with access to the other great
collection of newspapers from this period.
• NEW: Archives of Human Sexuality and
Identity, Part II: LGBTQ History and Culture since 1940. Release date: June 2017.
Adding to the unique collections found in
Part I of the series, Part II: LGBTQ History
and Culture since 1940 brings together approximately 1. 2 million pages of primary
source content on social, political, health,
and legal issues impacting LGBTQ communities around the world, including the
gay rights movement, activism, the underrepresented groups within the LGBTQ
movement, and more.
• NEW: International Herald Tribune Historical Archive. Release date: June 2017.
The International Herald Tribune has been
continually published in Paris since 1887.
It is a genuinely global newspaper, with a
widely recognized brand. Two-thirds of its
readership is from outside America, with a
large proportion of the worldwide audience
coming from continental Europe. This archive provides users the complete record of
a major era in the newspaper’s life.
• NEW: Women’s Studies Archive: Women’s
Issues and Identities. Release date: March
2017. This archive is an examination of the
social, political, and professional aspects of
women’s lives and offers us a look at the roles,
experiences, and achievements of women
in society. The archive covers primarily the
nineteenth and twentieth centuries and incorporates a range of primary sources.
• NEW: New Gale e-book reference titles
include Encyclopedia of Small Business, 5th
edition; Gale enciclopedia de la medicina:
Edición abreviada en español (Gale Ency-
clopedia of Medicine, Abridged Edition in
Spanish); Immigration and Migration: In
Context; Protests, Riots, and Rebellions: Civil
Unrest in the Modern World; Supernatural
Literature; Worldmark Encyclopedia of Cul-
tures and Daily Life, 3rd edition.
• UPDATE: AnalyticsNow (tentative name).
Release date: June 2017. Launched originally in 2007 as DemographicsNow for Libraries,
this resource offers the ability for end users (i.e., researchers, students, consumers,
and small businesses) to obtain actionable
market research and demographic data in
targeted geographic locations, providing
relevant, customized business intelligence
and analytics upon which data-driven decisions can be made. AnalyticsNow will offer a
brand-new user interface, increased usability
and functionality, and a mobile-responsive
design as well as increased interoperability
and integrated reporting capabilities with
Gale’s other business products.
• UPDATE: Analytics on Demand.
Release date: spring 2017. This update will
add new capabilities around data visualization and analysis. This dashboard
component is designed to translate com-munity-demographic insights for use in
targeted-marketing campaigns and program planning.
• UPDATE: Gale Directory Library. GDL is
a digital treasure trove of trusted directo-ries on companies, publishers, associations,
and more, available to patrons 24/7. Data
sorting, filtering, and exporting is easy,
making it an essential tool for research and
marketing alike. A brand-new interface
with increased usability and functionality is
planned to release mid-2017.
• UPDATE: Health & Wellness Resource
Center. Release date: fall 2017. This comprehensive consumer-health resource, providing
accurate, authoritative information on a full
range of health-related issues, will inherit
features and tools expected from Gale digital
resources, including mobile responsiveness,
Google and Microsoft integration, citation
tools, ReadSpeaker, and cross-searching.
Gareth Stevens Publishing (800-542-
• NEW: Gareth Stevens Report Builder. Release date: January 2017. The ultimate
database for beginning researchers, this
has an interactive question-and-answer approach, which helps emerging researchers
find the information they need to write reports. Curriculum-based topics are concise
and supported by eye-catching visuals. For
grades K– 4, with four resources to choose
from: “Birds,” “U.S. Presidents,” “People in
My Community,” and “Solar System.”
Grey House (800-562-2139; 518-789-
• NEW: Grey House is proud to announce
that you can now get all of its content on-
line in one place. Users can access Grey
House, Salem Press, and the Reference
Shelf titles all from http://online.salem-
press.com. Online access includes an
unlimited number of simultaneous users
and remote access at no additional cost.
Grey House provides free MARC records
that contain a link to the digital version
of that title, so users can link to the digi-
tal content right from your catalog. Fully
compatible with EZproxy and other proxy
vendors. Users can create their own ac-
counts to log in from anywhere and to
save articles, save citations, and take notes.
New and updated titles in 2017 include
Comparative Guide to American Suburbs,
2017/18; Directory of Business Information
Resources, 2017; Encyclopedia of Human
Rights in the United States; Encyclopedia of
Religion & the Law in America, Third Edi-
tion; Food & Beverage Market Place, 2018;
Grey House Performing Arts Directory,
2017/18; Hudson’s Washington News Media
Contacts Directory, 2017; Political Corrup-
tion in America, Third Edition; This Is Who
We Were: In the 1900s.
H. W. Wilson (844-630-6369; info@
• NEW: New e-titles titles include
American Reformers, Second Edition; Famous First
Facts about American Politics, Second Edition;
Reference Shelf: Guns in America; Reference
Shelf: Internet Abuses & Privacy Rights;
Reference Shelf: LGBTQ in the 21st Century;
Reference Shelf: Prescription Drug Abuse;
Reference Shelf: Representative American Speeches,
2016–2017; The U.S. National Debate Topic,
2017–2018: Education Reform.
Infobase (800-322-8755; Sales@
• UPDATE: Bloom’s Literature. Release
date: August 2017. The relaunch of this
award-winning database will include
an intuitive new design with expanded
search capabilities; an all-new Shakespeare
Resource Center; a redesigned Bloom’s
How to Write about Literature page; a
new e-book bookshelf containing the full
contents of more than 800 classic works
of literature; thousands of new images;
hundreds of new full-length performance
videos of classic literary works; and new
functionality, including a new Universal
Folder, support for Google Sign-In, and
Share to Google Classroom.
• UPDATE: Infobase eBook Collections.
Release date: July 2017. Infobase eBook Collections—for middle/high school, academic,
and public libraries—will be updated with
a wealth of new and updated titles.
Oxford University Press (800-445-9714;
• NEW: Title: Oxford Reference Encyclopedia. Bringing together two million digitized
entries across Oxford University Press’s Dictionaries, Companions and Encyclopedias,