By Prof. Monica Berger
For your scholarship and general reading, don’t forget that the library provides unlimited access to the New York Times via the New York Times Digital Pass. You will need to sign up following the directions provided in this earlier article from Library Liaison. Once you have created your account, you should login directly from the NY Times website. If you need access to .pdf facsimiles of the Times for historical research, try the New York Times Historical.
Did you know we have unlimited access to the Chronicle of Higher Education? Enjoy access to all the content on the Chronicle’s site without any waiting period for access.
Two special library offers that your students will love are EasyBib and Statista. EasyBib is a student-oriented tool for managing citations. EasyBib also helps students learn various aspects of writing and preparing research papers and presentations. All users need to register in order to set up an account in order to save their work. Statista is a statistics portal integrating data and facts in diverse subjects. It includes reports, infographics, and data that can be downloaded and exported in various formats. Lastly, CREDO is a student-friendly collection of encyclopedia content that will help your students at the early stages of their research.
Don’t forget to access our resources via the library’s website for easy linking and seamless authentication from off-campus.