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Gale and Library Journal/School Library Journal magazines today announced Librareo, a web-based community that  provides students enrolled in Library and Information Studies (LIS) programs with free access to professional resources.
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Gale and Library Journal/School Library Journal magazines today announced Librareo (http://www.librareo.com), a web-based community that provides students enrolled in Library and Information Studies (LIS) programs with free access to professional resources.

LIS students in the U.S. and Canada who sign up for Librareo will get free, unlimited access to the most-requested online Gale resources throughout their library school career, such as Academic OneFile, Gale Virtual Reference Library– including access to115 ebooks commonly used in libraries today, Powerspeak Languages and several In Context products, among others.

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