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Thomson Gale Launches Science Resource Center

Thomson Gale (http://www.gale.com) announced the launch of its Science Resource Center, said to be the only science database with content that's directly correlated to national and state science curriculum standards. Science Resource Center, powered by InfoTrac, is a one-stop source that combines Gale's proprietary reference resources with primary documents, full-text journals, multimedia, and links to 500 Web sites that focus exclusively on science topics. The content includes 150 full-text science magazines, including the New York Times Science section, offering both general and scholarly resources, and more than 8,000 multimedia records, including pictures, illustrations, audio clips, and video clips

Science Resource Center reflects curriculum trends and focuses on key concepts taught in classrooms, including earth science, history of science, life science, physical science, science and technology, science as inquiry, and space science. The company said it developed Science Resource Center to be a tailored learning solution with correlated content that can be used by educators to help students reach state and national testing goals.

Source: Thomson Gale



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