Unifying the Humanities
Presenters:
Jim Draper, VP and Publisher
Mark Drouillard, Product Manager
Welcome!
 What is Artemis?
 WHY Artemis?
 Artemis Today…(Shown to you live!)
 Artemis Tomorrow…
Innovation
Gale is innovating again
• 1st to bring you journal databases!
• 1st to bring you resource centers!
• 1st to br...
WHY Artemis?
You asked for it
“Bring together in a single
place the very best of
Gale’s publishing – digital
collections, ...
Gale’s Integrated Research Environment
 Unifies Gale’s extensive digital humanities collections
 Enables students and re...
Promoting Discovery and New Scholarship
• Brings to light new relationships
• Subject Indexing reveals related
concepts an...
Artemis - Value to your Researcher
• Students will be more deeply engaged  better outcomes
and greater success
• Research...
Found in
Litfinder
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Literature
Criticism
Online
Found in
Literature
Criticism
Online
Found in
Literature
Resource
Center
Found in
MLA
International
Bibliography
Found in
Twayne’s
Authors
Online
Found in
Eighteenth
Century
Collections
Online
Found in
Nineteenth
Century
Collections
Online
Found in
Nineteenth
Century
Collections
Online
What would Mr. Dickens have thought?
Artemis Live!
Artemis Tomorrow…
Found in
Dictionary of
Literary
Biography
Found in
19th
Century UK
Periodicals
Found in
Slavery and Anti-
Slavery: A
Transnational
Archive
Found in
19th
Century U.S.
Newspapers
Found in
The Times
Digital
Archive, 1785
-2006
Thank you!
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Cengage Learning Webinar, Research & Library, Artemis Primary Sources

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The groundbreaking research experience uniting Gale's globally acclaimed digital and reference collections is here – Gale Artemis. This June 2013 webinar focused on using Artemis with your Gale primary source resources.

Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO) Parts I and II and your Nineteenth Century Collections Online (NCCO) are now part of Gale Artemis, enabling researchers, faculty, and students to search across both collections and discover and analyze content in entirely new ways.

By integrating ECCO's power in monographs and NCCO's strength in manuscripts, periodicals, and photographs, Gale Artemis provides never-before-available opportunities to discover a wealth of materials and easily follow a theme or topic across two centuries.

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  • LitFinder:A Tale of Two Cities. Charles Dickens. London: Chapman and Hall, 1868. p[1]-220. From LitFinder.
  • Literature Criticism Online:"Introduction to Dickens, Charles (1812-1870)." Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism. Ed. Janet Mullane and Robert Thomas Wilson. Vol. 26. Detroit: Gale Research, 1990.
  • Literature Criticism Online:Friedman, Barton R. "Antihistory: Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities." Fabricating History: English Writers on the French Revolution. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1988. 145-171. Rpt. in Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism. Ed. Kathy D. Darrow. Vol. 239. Detroit: Gale, 2011.
  • Literature Resource Center:David, Deirdre. "Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cites and the French Revolution." Victorian Studies 52.4 (2010)
  • MLA InternationalBibliography:Collins, Philip. "A Tale of Two Novels: A Tale of Two Cities and Great Expectations in Dickens' Career." Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction 2 (1972): 336-51. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 17 June 2013.
  • Twayne’s Authors Online:"“One of These Days”: The Genesis of A Tale of Two Cities." A Tale of Two Cities: Dicken's Revolutionary Novel. Ruth Glancy. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1991. 19-27. Twayne's Masterwork Studies 89.
  • ECCO:Mackintosh, James. An historical sketch of the French Revolution from its commencement to the year 1792. London: printed for J. Debrett, opposite Burlington House, Piccadilly, M.DCC.XCII. [1792]. Eighteenth Century Collections OnlineSome account of British subjects who have suffered by the French Revolution. 1794. London: printed by J. P. Coghlan, No. 37. Duke Street, Grosvenor Square, [1794]. Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • NCCO:Julia St. Pierre: a tale of the French revolution. N.p.: E. Lloyd, and sold by all booksellsers, [1848]. Nineteenth Century Collections Online
  • NCCO:Bronterre. "The First French Revolution of 1789. Its Veritable Character. Robespierre and the True Democratic." Bronterre's National Reformer, in Government, Law, Property, Religion, and Morals I.10 (1837): 76+. Nineteenth Century Collections Online.
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  • Dictionary of Literary Biography:Victorian Novelists Before 1885. Ed. Ira Bruce Nadel and William E. Fredeman. Dictionary of Literary BiographyVol. 21. Detroit: Gale Research, 1983. From Literature Resource Center.
  • 19th Century U.K. Periodicals:CHARLES DICKENS'S LEGACY TO ENGLAND. Fun (London, England), Saturday, June 25, 1870; pg. 157. New Readerships.
  • Slavery and Anti-Slavery:Chapter on Slavery. Charles Dickens. Liberty Standard, Maine, United States),Wednesday, December 21, 1842; Issue 20Dickens’ thoughts on slavery
  • 19th Century U.S. Newspapers:The New York Herald, (New York, NY) Sunday, February 27, 1842; Issue 343; col B      Charles Dickens and the Plymouth LadiesCharles Dickens.Letter from Charles Dickens regarding a lock of hair he gave to some ladies in Plymouth, MA.
  • The Times Digital Archive, 1785-2006:"The Bastille." Times [London, England] 6 Aug. 1789Article about the storming of the Bastille
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  • Cengage Learning Webinar, Research & Library, Artemis Primary Sources

    1. 1. Unifying the Humanities Presenters: Jim Draper, VP and Publisher Mark Drouillard, Product Manager
    2. 2. Welcome!  What is Artemis?  WHY Artemis?  Artemis Today…(Shown to you live!)  Artemis Tomorrow…
    3. 3. Innovation Gale is innovating again • 1st to bring you journal databases! • 1st to bring you resource centers! • 1st to bring you e-Reference! • And now - the 1st to bring you an integrated research environment loaded with tools and services
    4. 4. WHY Artemis? You asked for it “Bring together in a single place the very best of Gale’s publishing – digital collections, research materials, reference materials, and more.” “Create an environment where my patrons/ students/researchers can make new discoveries with the content I’ve acquired for them”
    5. 5. Gale’s Integrated Research Environment  Unifies Gale’s extensive digital humanities collections  Enables students and researchers to make never-before-possible (or previously unavailable) research connections  Combines full-text content, metadata, and subject indexing enriched by workflow and analytical technology  One place for discovery Better Access Motivation for Original Research A New Era of Scholarship
    6. 6. Promoting Discovery and New Scholarship • Brings to light new relationships • Subject Indexing reveals related concepts and terms • Search across vast content sets: both primary and secondary materials • Workflow tools open up avenues for new analysis
    7. 7. Artemis - Value to your Researcher • Students will be more deeply engaged  better outcomes and greater success • Research environment reflects both students and faculty workflows motivating original scholarship • Creates a competitive advantage among institutions for which serious research within the humanities is a central focus • Librarians will see greater return on investment and increased use of their collections • Searching in one place supports broader range of research needs and academic disciplines
    8. 8. Found in Litfinder
    9. 9. Found in Literature Criticism Online
    10. 10. Found in Literature Criticism Online
    11. 11. Found in Literature Resource Center
    12. 12. Found in MLA International Bibliography
    13. 13. Found in Twayne’s Authors Online
    14. 14. Found in Eighteenth Century Collections Online
    15. 15. Found in Nineteenth Century Collections Online
    16. 16. Found in Nineteenth Century Collections Online
    17. 17. What would Mr. Dickens have thought?
    18. 18. Artemis Live!
    19. 19. Artemis Tomorrow…
    20. 20. Found in Dictionary of Literary Biography
    21. 21. Found in 19th Century UK Periodicals
    22. 22. Found in Slavery and Anti- Slavery: A Transnational Archive
    23. 23. Found in 19th Century U.S. Newspapers
    24. 24. Found in The Times Digital Archive, 1785 -2006
    25. 25. Thank you! For more information and to sign up for a free trial, please go to: www.gdc.gale.com/gale-artemis/

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