Answered By: Meg Holle
Last Updated: Dec 28, 2016     Views: 257

Here's how to see if the Library provides a particular newspaper, magazine or journal online in full text. An active Library Card is required for remote reading, or visit any of our locations and use a public computer or free wifi with your own device.
 

  1. Go to the eJournal Finder.
     
  2. Enter the title and click Search.

    "New York Times" is entered in the search box next to "Title begins with."
     
  3. If we have it, the results will show the available years in each database. Click a database that includes the year you want.

    The databases that include access to the New York Times, including: Factiva, Biography in Context, Business Insights: Essentials, and Opposing Viewpoints in Context.
     
  4. If prompted, enter your Library Card number. From here, databases vary. You may go directly to the item and can search or browse by date, or you may need to enter the title again. Ask a Librarian for help and advice.


If you don't see a popular magazine, also check Zinio. Its ~200 magazines are not included in the eJournal Finder.