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News & Journalism: Newspaper Source Plus

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Newspaper Source Plus

Newspaper Source Plus is a searchable newspaper database you can use on campus or off.

Students help restore a wetland at San Francisco's Pier 94. California Today; Dec2007, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p3-3, 

Search tips:

  1. Select the Advanced search feature directly under the blank search box. 
  2. If you're off-campus, input your library card number (the # on back of your card) and pin (last 4 #s of your phone #).
  3. Type specific keywords for each of your ideas in the stacked boxes and click "search."
  4. On the left side of your screen, narrow the Publication Dates to the range of dates you're looking for.
  5. You can also narrow your search by Publication, for example, The Washington Post.

Newspaper Source Plus Database

Find News Photos you can Use for Research

Newspaper Source Plus has an Image search feature that helps you find high resolution, captioned photos for your paper or project.

1. With out typing any search terms, select Advanced Search.

2. Select Images

3. Input keywords to describe the events or person you're seeking images of

4. Once you've selected the best image, email the record to yourself to save important information about it.

5. In the message you receive, right click on the image to save it as a jpeg for your paper or presentation.

Occupy movement clashes with police in Berkeley, CA: An Occupy protest on Wednesday, November 9, 2011, in Sproul Plaza at UC Berkeley. Police ended up tearing down a new tent encampment and making six arrests; Occupiers reestablished the camp. (Karl Mondon/Contra Costa Times/MCT)

Newspaper Source Plus

Newspaper Source Plus includes:

  • Online access to hundreds of newspapers, providing millions of full-text articles you can read, print, download or e-mail.
  • News is updated through out the day.
  • Articles from both major US and international newspapers, such as:
    • The Boston Globe
    • The Christian Science Monitor
    • The Daily Mail (UK)
    • The Irish Times (Ireland)
    • The San Francisco Chronicle
    • The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
    • The Times of London
    • The Toronto Star
    • USA Today
    • The Washington Post
    • The Washington Times
    • and others.
  • Newswires (AP, etc.)
  • Radio and TV broadcast transcripts with audio/listening option.