Gale Virtual Reference Library

Remote Access   In-house Access

The Gale Virtual Reference Library houses online books that are available in full-text, full-color 24 hours/day, 7 days per week.  Imagine being able to come to the library and pull research materials anytime you want – that’s what the Gale Virtual Reference Library does for you!
Gale offers students, researchers and professionals a wide variety of full-text interdisciplinary content on virtually any subject area to tackle their assignments, papers, projects and presentations.

Features and functionalities include:

-View your eBooks on your iPad
-An interactive online book experience with two-page view and page flipper
-Cross-search and browse within the collection and across series
-Search within volumes of multi-volume sets
-User interface available in 34 languages
-ReadSpeaker text-to-speech technology in  19 languages
-24/7 unlimited and simultaneous circulation of your eReference collection
-On-demand machine-aided content translations into 14 language

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Jamie has been working in libraries since her high school days. She holds a double BA, MA and an MLIS. She loves her baby boy, couponing and answering Reference inquires!


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  1. […] The Literature Resource Center also includes selected full-text, excerpted, and commissioned critical material from the Literature Criticism and For Students Series. The titles in these series include: Children’s Literature Review, Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism, Drama Criticism, Drama for Students, Literature from 1400 to 1800, Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism, Novels for Students, Poetry Criticism, Poetry for Students, Shakespearean Criticism, Shakespeare for Students, Short Story Criticism, Short Stories for Students, and Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism. In addition, users can access current, full-text critical essays on major authors via the Literature Resource Center’s link to 74 prominent literary journals.  For complete access to some of these titles, try the Gale Virtual Reference Library. […]