Most major newspapers today publish articles both in print and online. While it may be easy to find a newspaper's website and browse the headlines, it is not always free to read articles online. Many newspaper websites are paywalled, meaning that only paying subscribers can access all articles in full.
As an alternative, many newspapers are available through library databases. The look and feel is different, but you can read all the same articles without having to pay for a newspaper subscription. Newspapers can be found in several different library collections. Access World News (sometimes called Newsbank) is one of CofC's biggest newspaper collections.
In Access World News, you can browse issues by date or search by keyword/article title. Articles from the most recent issue of a newspaper should be available in Access World News almost as quickly as they appear on the newspaper website, but you may notice a lag in some cases. If that is happening, you can always browse the newspaper website to see which articles interest you, and then read them once they become available in Access World News.
PressReader is a digital platform for reading newspapers and magazines. It is designed to mimic reading a print publication, By installing the PressReader app on your mobile device and adding these newspapers to your Favorites, you can quickly scan these papers each day and read any articles that interest you. See below for more about setting up PressReader.
Here are the newspapers you will use and where you can read them through the library., along with website links. Except for El Mundo and Hoy, all of these papers can be read through PressReader, so setting that up may be the most convenient way to read!
You may find it more convenient to download the PressReader app (available in the Apple, Google Play, and Microsoft app stores).
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