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Informe Académico meets the research needs of Spanish-speaking users with a wide range of full-text Spanish- and Portuguese-language scholarly journals and magazines both from and about Latin America. Informe Académico provides quality reference material--not simply translations of English-language materials--on a powerful, easy-to-use interface configured for Spanish-speaking users, allowing researchers to analyze topics and conduct research in Spanish.

Exclusive features, including Topic Finder, InterLink, and a mobile-optimized interface, support and enhance the search experience.

Features and Benefits

  • InterLink, document-level hyperlinking that allows researchers to connect current articles in newspapers, magazines, and journals with contextual reference content found within your library’s eBooks on GVRL, Gale’s eBook platform.
  • Superior search indexing, including the ability to search by publication date, document type, publication title, publication subject; to documents with full text, to peer-reviewed publications, to documents with images; and by Lexile reading level or Lexile score.
  • Topic Finder, a visual search tool that allows users to discover new topics and keywords by connecting their search results in never-before-available ways.
  • Users can select and highlight important text, add notes, and view, print, or export that information for powerful project management.
  • Automatically generate both the APA and MLA citation in their most recent format and easily export the citation into EasyBib, EndNote, ProCite, Reference Manager, and RefWorks.
  • Responsive design automatically optimizes user experience for the appropriate device/screen size.
  • Translate any article into 34 languages to accommodate (and welcome) users from diverse backgrounds, enhancing both accessibility and usability for a broad population.
  • Print, download, share, and email without restrictions.
  • Easily generate persistent URLs to any search results or document page for use in LibGuides, LMS systems, and more.
  • Search across multiple resources with PowerSearch, providing single access to periodical and reference content – with InfoTrac periodicals and GVRL eBooks and In Context products.
  • Connect mobile users to your library’s Gale content and resources with handy access and seamless authentication through Gale’s Access My Library® (AML) app.


"Informe directly targets your library’s Hispanic user community research needs. Providing full-text access to a solid body of Spanish-language and bilingual publications in both the academic and lifestyle spheres, Informe offers unique content and an indexing scheme and interface specifically geared toward the Spanish-speaking researcher. Informe would be very popular in public library settings where access to Spanish-language magazines, news sources, and scholarly journals - offered via the comfort of a highly accessible interface and a familiar Spanish-language thesaurus would be welcomed by a segment of the user community. Schools with Spanish-language programs would readily find ways to incorporate the research content and the many opportunties for cultural enrichment into their coursework. Instruction in language and area studies courses, programming for cultural events, diversity initiatives, and preparation for study abroad programs would all benefit from access to this unique and versatile resource."--netconnect, Fall 2006

— NetConnect

"What is undeniable about Informe is its wealth of content...Searches revealed an interesting and effective blending of Spanish-language content from all the Spanish-speaking counties of the world, including Spain and the U.S. There is plenty of information in the form of magazine and news articles, which makes Informe useful for any library that serves Spanish-speaking people, as well as those learning the language or wanting an international perspective in any discipline or topic."--Searcher, March 2012

— Searcher: The Magazine for Database Professionals