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Air & Space and Smithsonian Magazine Archive launched

Gale, part of Cengage Learning, today announced the availability of Air & Space and Smithsonian Magazine Archive, the first resource in the line of Gale - Smithsonian Institution collections.
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Gale, part of Cengage Learning, today announced the availability of Air & Space and Smithsonian Magazine Archive, the first resource in the line of Gale - Smithsonian Institution collections. Launched as part of a partnership agreement announced earlier this year, the new archive will include the complete back files of both magazines as well as Gale’s research tools, and will support cross-curricular and interdisciplinary studies in schools and in academic spaces.

Air & Space and Smithsonian Magazine Archive will offer the complete magazine experience showcasing every cover, article, image and advertisement from each publication, coupled with graphing and term-clustering research tools.

For more information, visit http://gdc.gale.com/Smithsonian.

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