Newspapers, newspapers everywhere and not an article for me!
Have to find a newspaper article for an assignment? Want to use a newspaper as a primary source to understand how an event was reported on when it happened? Have you used up your free New York Times articles, but still want to read the news? The Oviatt Library can help you.
This video explains three ways to access the Library’s newspaper subscriptions online: through OneSearch, the News & Current Issues databases, and through a Journal title search.
On a related note: you might take a look at the Research
Therapy session The Info-Cycle for more information on how news contributes to human knowledge.
- Anna Fidgeon
Help researchers out by taking 20-30 minutes out of your day to create three avatars using the website Pick-a-Face.* All participants who complete the avatars will be entered into a drawing to win a $100 Visa gift card. You must be 18 years or older to participate.
To get started:
- Go to http://moodle.csun.edu/course/view.php?id=11648.
- Login into Moodle using your CSUN id and password
- Enter enrollment key “csunSTUDY”
- Click on the link “Avatar Study Consent Form”
- Here you will find links to the following documents: Informed Consent and Experimental Bill of Rights. You will also find directions on how to submit your consent and begin creating avatars.
* The Pick-A-Face website requires flash, so it does not work on an iPad. If you start on an iPad, you can always log back into your moodle later on a different device to complete it.
For more information please contact Laura Wimberley at email@example.com.