Many users find needed full-text articles while reviewing database results, but sometimes the journal you want is not available in the resource you are using. Have you ever limited your results to [Full-Text] online and lost the “best article”? We recommend that you check [eJournal List] which tells you whether GRCC licenses that desired journal – and in which database that content can be found.
GRCC’s Subject Guides list the top journals in an academic field on a [Periodicals] tab – and often those are the journals that are recommended for use in initial research assignments. But, [eJournal List] goes a step further and provides a list of eJournals specific to a particular field of interest; you can limit to peer-reviewed journals, too.
GRCC’s Library provides FREE access to the New York Times Online; it’s a $110 value. NYTimes is used in all sorts of classes, including: Business; Culinary Arts; Economics; History; Political Science; Theater; and more!
If you’re new to GRCC, then follow the directions to create your account on our NYT Subject Guide to activate your logon today. If you’ve already created your logon (it’s good for one year) – take time to stay on top of national and world news.
You asked for this – and now it’s here – full-page images for the Grand Rapids Press from 2018 to the present, as delivered through the Newsbank Michigan Newspapers database. (Off-Campus users should logon with last name and 7-digit Raider number.) Other versions of the Press do not include graphics at all, OR, the MLive free version does not include all the articles published in the print version of the Grand Rapids Press. To see what other newspapers GRCC licenses, check out the News Subject Guide!
Librarians are delighted to share that we’re continuing with New York Times Online! Returning users need to reaffirm your logon for this new year’s access. New or returning users – activate your logon today – for free.