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Find out if a magazine or journal is found in one of our article databases.

Yes (resources funded by WCCLS or the Oregon State Library)

 

Access peer-reviewed, full text articles from academic journals.

Yes (resources funded by WCCLS or the Oregon State Library)

 

Search this index for articles in 16,000 plus periodicals, with coverage from 1990 to present.

Yes (resources funded by WCCLS or the Oregon State Library)

 

Search over 1100 periodicals and thousands of reports for teachers, educators, and education students.

Yes (resources funded by WCCLS or the Oregon State Library)

 

Access articles from over 12,000 magazines and newspapers, including the New York Times.

Yes (resources funded by WCCLS or the Oregon State Library)

 
Access the complete content for historic Oregon newspapers that have been digitized as part of the Oregon Digital Newspaper Program.

No

 

Find articles from more than 1100 major U.S. regional, national and local newspapers, as well as leading international titles.

Yes (resources funded by WCCLS or the Oregon State Library)

 

Find reliable content from magazines, newspapers and reference books for homework assignments.

Yes (resources funded by WCCLS or the Oregon State Library)

 

With your WCCLS library card, you can get unlimited online access to the New York Times online - all articles published between 1851 and 1922, and from 1981 to present. Get access instructions here

No

 

Indexes the Oregonian, the Eugene Register-Guard, and the Daily Emerald. Does not contain full-text information.

No

 

Understand the background and context of over 300 current and pervasive social topics, including pro and con viewpoint articles.

Yes (resources funded by WCCLS or the Oregon State Library)

 

Search the holdings of libraries around the world, and find items to request via interlibrary loan (ILL).

If you have questions about ILL, or requests you have made, please contact your library.

Yes (resources funded by WCCLS or the Oregon State Library)