United States Community Colleges
NewsBank supports the unique learning and research needs of community college students and faculty by providing convenient on-site and remote access to comprehensive Web-based research products. Useful for researchers at all levels—including university transfer students, those pursuing career certificate programs, and experienced faculty—NewsBank’s community college resources offer unmatched results with an intuitive, easy-to-use interface.
With exclusive access to local, state, national and international sources—as well as deep archives going back to the early 1980s—NewsBank resources are ideal for research in the fields of education, journalism, science, social science, business, health, criminal justice, engineering, paralegal, public safety, technology and more. The unparalleled depth and breadth of resources such as America's News and Access World News enable users to conduct in-depth research from authoritative sources; track and analyze multiple perspectives; and compare current events and issues from diverse regional and cultural perspectives.
For students needing to do historic research, America’s Historical Newspapers makes it easy for them to search and browse hundreds of U.S. newspapers from 1690 through the 20th Century through a timeline-based interface. Topics on virtually every aspect of the daily life, culture, government, inventions and social issues from Colonization through Globalization and the Information Age are available to support all areas of the curriculum.
All NewsBank subscriptions include a series of Special Reports on global issues. These unique tools contain news articles, maps, images and other useful content grouped for convenience under specific topics and themes. Easily accessible, they enable users to quickly locate information on a specific subject while helping them gain better insight into current issues and events.
NewsBank’s Web-based products for community colleges include:
Newspaper & Other News Resources
Specialized News Resources
- (Spanish-language newspapers)