Stay Up-to-Date with News & Recent Scholarship Using Library Databases

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Monitor Academic Blogs with ACI Scholarly Blog Index

The ACI Scholarly Blog Index is a curated collection of abstracts of scholarly blogs as well as social media. It is compiled by researchers and librarians and is intended as a current awareness, research and reference database for the academic community. Search by name using “exact quotes” or search by keyword or institution, and then sort your results by relevance, date and/or popularity. You can also narrow your results to the postings with the most comments, by author, by author degree and by affiliated institutions.

 

Browse the Latest Issue of Scholarly Journals and Stay Up-to-Date on New Scholarship with BrowZine

BrowZine is both a web and a mobile application that allows users to browse, read, and monitor some open access journals and subscription-based journals licensed by the Harvard Library. You can download the BrowZine mobile app for free from your device store. If prompted, select the Harvard Library as your library and enter your Harvard Key. Create your own BrowZine account to enable the My Bookshelf feature which will allow you to curate your own collection of journals to read. See our Fast Answers about BrowZine.

 

Browse the Last Two Weeks of Popular Newspapers Using Factiva

Did you know that you can browse the last two weeks’ issues of popular newspapers in Factiva? Go to Factiva and select the “News Pages” Tab at the top of the screen. This defaults to popular U.S. newspaper titles including The Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, and The Washington Post. Change the default setting from United States to another country, region or to a specific industry using the dropdown menu on the left.

Factiva News Pages

 

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