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PressReader provides online access to today's newspapers and magazines from over 100 countries around the world in over 60 languages in a full-color, full page format. Users can browse by newspaper, country, title, language and date. PressReader is also available as a mobile app for Apple, Android and Microsoft devices. Sign up with your Northeastern email address for full subscription access.
Provides up-to-date news, business and legal information from newspapers, periodicals, public records, and legal documents, often within 24 hours of publication, and in some cases going back 20 years. Most documents are available in full text.
Meet the Press from Alexander Street opens up a wealth of information to libraries by making over 1,500 hours of footage—the full surviving broadcast run to date—available online in one cross-searchable interface.
Help you choose a topic or verify that your topic is "good" (talk to your instructor!)
Find sources for you (that's your job!)
Bottom line: while I am here to support your research process and help you navigate the library, I am not a substitute for your instructor. Questions about assignment requirements, grading, acceptable sources, acceptable topics and deadlines should be directed to your professor or TA.