About Gale General OneFile

General-interest periodical resource allows users to find the information they want quickly, with intuitive searching that ensures they tap into quality sources.

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Key features

Content includes more than 9,000 full-text titles; more than 3,700 refereed journals; and hundreds of newspapers — a total of in excess of 14,500 titles (more than 40% of which are unique to the database) with more than 35 years of coverage from 1980 to present. Gale General OneFile puts more than 140 million records at users’ fingertips with a single search query.

Gale General OneFile includes:
  • Hundreds of travel guides from Dorling Kindersley and Fodor’s, and award-winning reference sets including Encyclopedia of World Biography and the Gale Encyclopedia of Science
  • The full collection of National Public Radio programs from 1990 to the present (including searchable transcripts), and links to thousands of video files from providers including NYTimes.com Video Collection and Associated Press Video News
  • Full-text of the New York Times from 1985 to the present (updated daily), and The Economist from 1988 to the present, with no embargo

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More information

Gale General OneFile covers a wide range of topics including: business, computers, current events, economics, education, environmental issues, health care, hobbies, humanities, law, literature and art, politics, science, social science, sports, technology, and many general interest topics.

Integration with Google and Microsoft

Gale Cengage has integrated this eResource with Google and Microsoft. At the top of each page there is an option to sign in. If you have an account for Google you can save Gale content as Google docs into Google Drive or Google Classroom accounts. If you have a Microsoft account you can store, sync and share downloaded Gale content to your OneDrive account and easily transfer downloaded OneDrive content for use in other Microsoft tools like OneNote and Classroom.

If you are looking for a more research orientated academic resource try Gale’s Academic OneFile.

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