The most comprehensive collection of full-text newspapers globally, Access World News provides extensive coverage at any level—local, state, regional, national and international. This fully searchable Web-based resource features the vast majority of the top U.S. newspapers by circulation, along with hundreds of hard-to-find local and regional titles, most of which are unavailable elsewhere. Additionally, Access World News offers hundreds of international news sources from scores of countries on six continents, translated into English when written in other languages.
News can happen anywhere
When news breaks in small towns or large cities across the U.S. and around the globe, Access World News enables students and faculty to gain valuable local perspectives by zeroing in on sources closest to the events. Updated daily, Access World News fully supports academic curricula with more than 150 million current and archived news articles. Students and faculty can pinpoint information, compare diverse views and track subjects geographically and over time with the deepest newspaper archives available.
Customizable, map-based interface
Access World News features an intuitive, map-based interface—developed in partnership with academic librarians—which can be customized to highlight specific newspapers and meet unique departmental and individual faculty needs. Without training, students and faculty can easily select and search a single newspaper, multiple titles across a state, region or country or the entire database.
Fast results and advanced searching
With a new, faster search engine, researchers can quickly find relevant information by headline, name, topic, keyword, date, author and more. Results can be viewed by relevance ranking or chronologically. Access World News also supports OpenURLs, so faculty can use persistent links in electronic syllabi or reading lists, and MARC records let researchers link directly from the OPAC to each newspaper’s search page. Finally, students and faculty can easily browse, print and email articles.