Gale Virtual Reference Library allows you to browse a number of different topics and find useful information about them from their online reference collection.
Reference books are an integral part of any library, and a great jumping-off point for research, as well as a place to find specific facts and information. Reference books include encyclopedias, multidisciplinary and series eBooks.
GVRL makes browsing the reference e-books easy. On the homepage, you can simply browse by subject:
You can also choose to complete a basic or advanced search to search the available reference books for information related to a specific subject:
Please see the following tutorials for information on how to read e-books from Gale Virtual Reference Center on your device.
Gale provides several ways to get a chapter.
On iPhones and iPads you can use your browser, Safari, to search and use Gale.You should note that Gale does not transfer entire books to your device but you can download multiple individual chapters.
Follow the steps below to load documents into Books:
Depending on which type of Kindle or Nook you own, you may be able to search and use Gale from your device. Regardless you can use the following method to move Gale documents to it. You should note that Gale does not transfer entire books to your device but you can download multiple individual chapters.
The most reliable way to put Gale documents on your Kindle or Nook is to use file transfer:
Note: Amazon offers the ability to email PDF documents directly to your Kindle.
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