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Getting Started

Your OpenAthens library account can provide seamless access to many news resources from any location or device.  Some have mobile apps or require a few extra steps the first time you log in; visit our Troubleshooting Guide or email us if you need assistance. 

Regional staff may have limited access to resources; visit MyAthens to see a complete list of databases available to you based on your bureau and official duty station.

Training Webinars

Learn about digital access to news resources available through the library that will help you keep up with industry news and current events.

Vendor Trainings:

Other Popular Titles

►  The American Economic Review (EBSCO)

►  Business Insider (ProQuest, Lexis, Westlaw)

►  Foreign Affairs (EBSCO, HeinOnline, PressReader ProQuest)

►  Harvard Business Review (EBSCO)

►  Journal of Commerce (Lexis)

►  Metal Bulletin Daily (Lexis & EBSCO)

►  People’s Daily (Lexis)

►  Roll Call (Westlaw)

►  South China Morning Post (Lexis & PressReader)

Sharing Article Links

Trying to share an article with a colleague?  Follow these tips to help them seamlessly access subscription resources.

►  To share a link to one of the library's databases, start on the Databases A-Z list.  Click on the Share () icon to the right of the database title and copy the friendly URL (NOT the link it redirects to).

►  You can use the OpenAthens Link Generator to create customized links to articles or publications within databases.  For example: you want to include a Wall Street Journal article in today's clippings or you want a bookmark that takes you directly to Foreign Affairs in EBSCO.  Simply put your article or database link into the generator and it will create a custom link for OpenAthens users.  

►  For articles in Lexis (such as NYT), separate instructions on how to amend those URLs on on the Lexis guide.

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