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Education & Child Study
Explore thousands of books and catalogs, images and other media, articles, reviews, and more with Smith's cross-database search.
Access World News [NewsBank] (Coverage varies by title) This link opens in a new windowCurrent and archived news content including local, state, national and international newspapers, broadcast transcripts, news wires, news blogs, video, etc.
Chronicle of Higher Education 1989+ This link opens in a new windowNews and editorials on all facets of higher education in the U.S., Canada, and abroad, with lists of relevant research, books, seminars, workshops, fellowships, and grants.
Education Week (Website) This link opens in a new window
Once on the Education Week website, click Sign In on the top right corner. If you don't already have an account, click Create account, and use your Smith email address. Provide additional information and choose newsletters as suits you, and then complete your account creation. You'll now be able to log in with this account directly on the Education Week website for full access. (After creating your account, you may receive an email from Education Week titled invoice or receipt, please ignore these.)
Nexis Uni (Coverage varies by title) This link opens in a new windowNew Lexis-Nexis interface, with a single search box, plus filters to refine searches; users are encouraged to register for an ID & password, to take advantage of personalization features. Covers a wide range of news, business, legal & reference information; includes federal & state laws & cases.
New! Smith has New York Times access
New York Times, 1851+ This link opens in a new window
Full text access to current issues and a complete archive (does not include The Crossword). The first time you click on this link, you will be prompted to create your own New York Times account, using your Smith email address. After that you can go directly to nytimes.com or use the NYTimes app from anywhere, on any device and gain full access with the login you've created. Spanish and Chinese language editions also available. Faculty and staff need to refresh their account annually.
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