The University Libraries is pleased to announce access to our newest database, Access World News. The database provides up to date news locally, nationally and internationally. Users can browse by topics of interest, geographically, or trending topics. In addition to the innovative browsing experience, users can access transcripts from popular news broadcasts such as NPR or 60 Minutes. Access World News is a great resource for students and faculty interested in current events from credible news sources.
“With an unprecedented combination of global, regional and local news, including a unique merging of news formats (PDF image editions, web-only, full-text), this resource supports a diverse range of research needs across an array of academic disciplines for students and faculty. Includes current and archived news content from more than 12,000 sources spanning 200+ countries and territories. Easy-to-use interface.”
Major Newspapers: It’s important to have access to news at the national level as well as locally, especially in today’s world. Access World News makes it easy with the variety of regional publications and equally robust nationwide newspapers such as:
- Baltimore Sun
- Houston Chronicle
- Chicago Sun Times
- Washington Times
- Catholic Standard (and many more Catholic news sources)
Unique Features: Access the information you need with ease by utilizing some of the following tools and attributes:
- Search by map
- Full color PDF titles available
- Full integration with Primo launch coming
- Easily cite, email, or save articles
- View news in multiple formats: full-text, web-only, and images
Click here for a quick tutorial on navigating Access World News!