Read All About It (Free!): Major Newspapers via Libraries' Subscriptions

January 27th 2017

While you can search for individual newspaper articles or research news-related topics using library resources like OneSearch@IU, did you know that the Libraries subscribe to several major newspapers in a more easily readable and browsable format? And these newspapers are mobile-friendly, so you can take your news with you wherever you go – over your morning coffee, on the bus, on campus or at home!

The New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Wall Street Journal each require a quick one-time activation using your IU email address – then you can access all content from a web browser or via smartphone and tablet apps from any location. (Note: Accounts must be renewed annually.)

Access the Chronicle of Higher Education via the Libraries’ link for full access (including premium content) from any location, on- or off-campus.

For content from other newspapers, including historical and international newspapers, try some of the great resources on the Libraries’ website: ProQuest Historical Newspapers, World Newspaper Archive, NewspaperARCHIVE (historical Indiana newspapers), African American Newspapers, the Bloomington Herald-Times Online (available only from workstations inside the Wells Library), and others. If you’re looking for a specific newspaper, try searching IUCAT by title. And as always, if you have questions, ask us

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