Workshop: Current News Resources at Dartmouth Library
Time: 9:00am - 10:00am
Location: Berry 180A - Library Classroom, Berry 180B - Collaboration Space
Campus: Baker-Berry Library
Presenter: Wendel Cox
How do I access The Wall Street Journal? The New York Times? The Washington Post? The Library provides a wealth of news and newspaper resources to serve various information needs arising from assignments, research, and interest in current affairs and the world. Librarian Wendel Cox shows you how to use resources efficiently and effectively to serve your needs. Whether you’re a student, faculty, or staff, there will be something for everyone to learn with this workshop.
Registration required: https://libcal.dartmouth.edu/event/11213642
In addition to The Wall Street Journal and The Financial Times linked elsewhere on this page, please make use of this extraordinary selection of business news resources curated by Dartmouth Library's business librarians: https://researchguides.dartmouth.edu/business/news.
*Digital News Outlets reflects the most recent top-10 paywalled English-language news publishers by paid subscription, as reported in Print Gazette. Some of these entities and their respective publications and outlets are accessible via Dartmouth Library. Others are not.
Nexis Uni, Factiva, and Newsbank are enormous collections (or "aggregators") of diverse news sources. To best use their respective features, you should be prepared to spend some time with their documentation and instruction.