Gale Artemis: Primary Sources -- Saving Documents, Annotations & Tags
Gale Artemis: Primary Sources unifies the most valuable scholarly collection of primary source materials available into one comprehensive research experience. This video outlines how to save documents, annotations and tags in a personal account you create.
Click the “Sign In” link in the banner to access or create a free Gale user account.
Once you’ve signed in, you can save documents, tag and annotations in your personal folder.
You can view documents you’ve saved and tags or annotations you’ve created by clicking
the “My Folder” link in the banner. When you’ve found a document you’re interested
in, you can save it and return to it later. To save a document, look for the folder icon.
Notice the folder icon in your search results and when viewing a document. Click the folder
icon to save the document in your personal folder.
To access your saved document, click the “My Folder” link
and then select “Documents.” From here, click the document title to return
to the document. Check the box and click “Remove Selected” to remove a document for your
saved items list. When viewing a document, you can make personal
notes or highlight areas of the document. To add a note, navigate to the page image
you want to annotate and then look for the Annotate icon.
Click the “Annotate” icon and then use your mouse to highlight the area of interest.
Under Annotations, in the right side bar enter a title for the annotation (which is required)
and enter any optional notes in the text box. And then click Submit.
Your annotation is saved in your personal folder. Note: Annotations are private: they
are never visible to the public. To access your saved annotation click the
“My Folder” link and then select “Annotations.” Here you’ll find details on the document
you annotated. Click the annotation title to return to the annotation.
You can edit the annotation or click “Delete” to remove the note.
Tags are user-created keywords…usually only one or two words… that you can use to categorize
documents that you want to return to. To tag an item look for the Tags text boxes
at the bottom of the page. Since tags apply to the entire document, use annotations when
you want to reference a specific page image. Enter a term and click “Enter.”
To view tags you’ve created click the “My Folder” link and then select “Tags.”
Here you’ll find the public and private tags you’ve created. The number of documents
associated with each tag is displayed. Click on a tag to view a list of documents that
have this tag. Click on the document title to view the document.
From here you can add additional tags or delete tags you’re created.