• Databases,  General Works,  Research

    ebrary Co-Searched with Proquest

    ebrary, a major supplier of Library eBooks (about 85,000 at the time of this post) is now automatically co-searched when using the Proquest periodical database.  Thousands of magazine, newspaper and journal articles from the 1800’s to today, searched simultaneously with 85,000 eBooks.  Level up!

  • Databases,  General Works,  Social Sciences

    Newsweek: Last Print Issue

    Now on newsstands and library shelves is the last print issue of Newsweek. While the print issue will no longer be delivered to the Library, the content of Newsweek continues to be available via Library databases. Newsweek articles are available via two Library-purchased databases of digitized periodicals: Proquest and Ebsco’s MasterFile. As always, when looking for a digitized periodical housed in a Library database(s) the eResource Finder is here to help!  Simply type the title of the periodical in the search box and the eResource Finder will locate and link to any occurrences of the periodical throughout the Library’s database collections. Below is an eResource Finder widget for you to try out…

  • Databases,  Library Tech,  Periodicals,  Research,  Web Resources

    Scanning the Globe: Finding International Newspapers via ProQuest

    Lura Sanborn – Reference Librarian ProQuest offers access to English-language versions of several major international newspapers.  Follow the steps below to find the information you need: Step 1: From the Ohrstrom Website – Select ProQuest Periodicals Step 2: Click on “Databases Selected” to limit searching Step 3: Select: International Newspapers *Tip:  Click the “View Titles” option to browse by title. Step 4: Select your paper and browse by date or search by keyword. Helpful for:  Humanities III, Humanities in general, Newspaper readers

  • Databases,  Periodicals,  Research,  Web Resources

    The New York Times: All the news that’s fit to print (or surf)

    Lura Sanborn – Reference Librarian There are several ways to access The New York Times through Ohrstrom Library – online or in the library, choose the one that fits your needs and stay connected to a great source of information. Current News: Come to the library!  We love to see you!  The print version of  The New York Times is delivered to the library daily and is available in the periodicals room on the library’s main level. Can’t make it in?  Try ProQuest (available from the library’s website HERE) providing access to the New York Times from 1980 to the present day.  Select the publications tab and search for “New…