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Research thousands of products and services with test results, ratings, recommendations and buying guides. Consumer Reports is a nonprofit organization that provides unbiased reports on a variety of products to help you make better, more informed purchasing decisions.
This innovative full-text newspaper resource allows users to search articles instantly by title, headline, date, author, newspaper section, or other fields. InfoTrac Newsstand provides access to more than 2,300 major U.S. regional, national, and local newspapers, as well as leading titles from around the world. It also includes thousands of images, radio and TV broadcasts and transcripts. Exclusive features, including Topic Finder, InterLink, and a mobile-optimized interface, support and enhance...
Engage kids and young students to broaden their educational horizons with reputable, special, authoritative, and age-appropriate digital content that brings them the world in a way they have never seen before. National Geographic Kids will take them on amazing adventures in science, nature, wildlife, culture, geography, archaeology, and space.
With an extensive list of publications from around the globe, NewspaperArchive.com includes billions of newspaper articles dating back to 1607 and extends to the present day. Immerse yourself in rich historical content, as every newspaper within this archive is fully searchable by keyword and date
Popular Magazines provides access to the most searched magazines across the InfoTrac products. All of the titles are selected based on actual publication searches performed by library patrons and the database includes many titles recommended by Bowker's "Magazines for Libraries." Exclusive features, including Topic Finder, InterLink, and a mobile-optimized interface, support and enhance the search experience
Use this link if you are using the library's computers or the library Wi-Fi on your own device. You will be directed to wsj.com. There should be no paywall and no registration prompt with onsite access.
Access The Wall Street Journal from anywhere! Simply create your account, and you can start using wsj.com immediately. Your access will be available for three days. After three days, simply come back and click this link again, and login as an existing user with the same username and password you originally created. Please note: you may not share your sign-on credentials with anyone else.
Use this link if you are using the library's computers or the library Wi-Fi on your own device. You will be directed to WashingtonPost.com. There should be no paywall and no registration prompt with onsite access.
Use this link from outside the library. You will see the following message “Your library has provided you with complimentary access to WashingtonPost.com for the next 7 days.” You should register or log in by entering an email address and password. Offsite access is available for 7 days. On the eighth day, please return to this page and select the offsite access link again; this triggers a new 7-day access period. You do not need to pay for an account.