CRL negotiates extraordinary access to Gale Primary Sources -

As the current COVID-19 environment continues to limit access to physical collections, the Center for Research Libraries (CRL) had reached out to providers to broker expanded electronic access to research collections. On behalf of its member libraries, CRL has negotiated an extraordinary level of access to Gale Primary Sources. This special access for CRL members runs from now through June 30, 2020.

CRL worked with Gale to enable access to these collections through an exclusive account with the IP addresses of eligible CRL members. These resources are not cross-linked with other Gale products to which CRL member institutions already have access. For questions about access, or to work with Gale to expose these resources through existing institutional accounts, members may contact their institution’s Gale representative.

More information about these Gale resources can be found on eDesiderata in their COVID-19 Response resource list. In addition, Gale has created several support and knowledge sites and afforded access to a broad number of other journals, reference sets, and e-books. More information on this is available at Gale’s COVID-19 impact support page.

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