*You will need to use your Single Sign-On user name and password to access the Library's databases.
These are some of the papers the Kirtland Library currently subscribes to in print. They can be found in the library's periodical section below the magazines and journals. Newspapers are kept for three months.
The KCC library subscribes to many PRINT periodicals including those listed below. The web sites provide a sample of the type of information available in the publications. Current issues may be viewed in the library. Back issues may be borrowed. Mother Jones and National Review articles can also be found in the General Reference Center GOLD database.
Conducting a database search is different than conducting an open web search. The Database Searching guide provides some helpful tips to get you started.
Other newspaper resources:
A good place to find articles is in the the Library's databases. They contain magazines, journals, newspapers, reference books, video files, audio files, and podcasts.
Where should you start? The Kirtland librarians recommend the databases shown below.
For more in depth coverage, consider magazines. You can search for a particular topic or browse the General Reference Center GOLD database.
To browse a recent issue, enter a magazine or newspaper title into the General Reference Gold database search box. On the results page look for "Do you want to read " just above the list of results. To see only articles from that source, click on the "Do you want to read " link. You can then choose to sort by newest (toward top of page) or limit your results by publication date (column on the right).
A few of the magazines and newspapers included in the General Reference Gold database:
InfoTrac Newsstand: You can enter a term and search. Then narrow your results by date, subject, and section by using the column on the right: