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Farmington Hills, Mich., Jan. 31, 2011 – Gale, part of Cengage Learning, today announced the launch of the Are you a Librarian Superhero contest to recognize the often heroic efforts put forth by librarians around the country, and to encourage other feats of greatness. Gale is calling on everyone – fellow librarians, library patrons, students and school administrators – to nominate a superhero librarian who is making a real difference for their library and community.
Second Installment Puts Important British Literary Manuscripts into the Hands of Students and Educators
Farmington Hills, Mich., Jan. 19, 2011 — Gale, part of Cengage Learning, today announced the release of British Literary Manuscripts Online, Medieval and Renaissance, the second installment of the British Literary Manuscripts Online series. Following the release of the first installment in May 2009, this new digital archive brings approximately 565,000 pages of unique author manuscripts into the hands of students, educators and researchers.
Proprietary Cengage Learning Content Gives Product a Competitive Boost
PRESS RELEASE from Multi-Science Publishing Co Ltd
Wednesday 12th January 2011
2011 Package – Gathering Momentum
Research Reveals Students More Satisfied with
New Gale In Context Product Line
Gale’s Opposing Viewpoints in Context Also Named
“Most Improved Product” by The Charleston Advisor
Farmington Hills, Mich., Jan. 10, 2011 — Gale, part of Cengage Learning, today announced results of independent customer satisfaction research and analysis revealing that college and university students are now more satisfied with the Gale In Context platform, which was designed based on user input and an in-depth study of student research processes.
New Product Will Free University Libraries to Create Budgets That Reflect Patron Needs
WHITE BEAR LAKE, Minn. (Sep. 29, 2010) – The Roseville Library, part of the Ramsey County Library system, installed Tech Logic’s UltraSort system and CircIT™ self check-out equipment in their newly renovated library. The new Roseville Library held its grand opening on July 10, 2010.
"It's very exciting," said Lynn Wyman, deputy director of the county library system, during a recent tour of the building as staff worked to place furniture, wire computer terminals, and sort books on an automated materials-handling system.
"Mommy! I Have to Go Potty! A Parent's Guide to Toilet Training," 978-0-9650477-2-2, has been revised by pediatric advice nurse Helen F. Neville to include children with special needs, early training, the affect of a child's temperament on the pace of training and how to work with a child-care provider during toilet training.
First published in 1996, this is one of Parenting Press's most popular books because of its practical approach and real-life anecdotes. 176 pages, $14.95, paperback, ISBN 978-0-9650477-1-5.
How can kids understand—and cope—when their parents fight? Based on a true story, "Something Is Wrong at My House: A Book about Parents' Fighting" is a 32-page book that shows a child seeking, and finally obtaining, help in a domestic violence situation.
Written by Diane Davis so that it can be used with both the very young, and the school-age child, "Something Is Wrong at My House" provides brief text with illustrations on one page of each two-page spread, and more detailed information on the facing page.
How can parents shield a child from sexual exploitation? How can they and other adults recognize when a child is being sexually abused? "Out of Harm's Way: A Parent's Guide to Protecting Young Children from Sexual Abuse" provides this badly needed information without scare tactics.