GVRL for Schools
Because GVRL is built with research in mind, it's chock-full of features to enrich the typically flat eBook searching and reading experience.
Teachers can incorporate more up-to-date research and relevant articles into the classroom experience by developing class or project guides for students. The “bookmark” feature makes it easy to generate persistent URLs to any article or search results. This enriched learning experience supports independent discovery both inside and outside the classroom.
Teachers and students can seamlessly assign or turn in content from third-party websites to Google Classroom via Google’s new Classroom Share button. Plus, articles—including their highlights and notes— can be shared and downloaded using G Suite for Education tools like Drive and Docs.
“Most-used reference materials come from Gale.” 2
“Gale has easy access and an easy process for obtaining eBooks. Most importantly, we don’t encounter technical issues with access, and we OWN the content.” 3 “The content is well aligned to the curriculum.” “Outstanding service, ease of purchase, excellent preview selection program, choice of titles.” 3 “The reference books are amazing, and they are all searchable as a database. All the reference books are multi user access, the articles can be emailed home, and there are citations.” 2 “Students have one access point to find (hundreds) eBooks….they are usually successful when searching for information.” “The interface is much easier to use [than other eBook platforms] and requires no individual user names and passwords.” 3 “Already pleased with digital content (databases); relationship with company; sought reference titles for our first eBook collections and felt they offered the best platform, pricing, accessibility for our campus, etc.” 2 “Unlimited access, quality reference ebooks, easy to use and download, current.” 2 “I have been buying the For Students series for several years now in print and recently have matched many of my Gale print titles with ebooks.” 2 “We buy non‐fiction from Gale, which currently is used far more than the fiction we buy from OverDrive...”