Magazines, Journals & Newspapers
REMOTE ACCESS TO MOST DATABASES IS LIMITED TO ARLINGTON HEIGHTS RESIDENT CARDHOLDERS
Articles from thousands of magazines/journals, covering all topics.
Historical access to scanned pages from hundreds of newspapers. Coverage varies by paper. Includes the Daily Herald, 1901-present. [Note: Newspapers.com and Access Newspaper Archive both cover different sets of newspapers, with some overlap.]
NEW: A single page for quick access to the library's online magazine and newspaper collections.
NOTE: Replaced by Newsbank's new, more comprehensive Chicago Community Collection database.
This product has been replaced by the new, larger HeritageHub database, also from Newsbank.
From newspapers across the U.S. Note: Chicago Tribune obituaries are in ProQuest Newsstand/Global Newsstream.
Local daily newspaper Covers January 1966 to June 1970.
NEW: The experience and impact of African Americans as recorded by the news media, 1704 to today.
NEW: From Newsbank. Replaces "America's News--Chicagoland Edition," with increased coverage and more full-image titles. Includes full-image content from the Chicago Sun-Times and Daily Herald.
Articles from 1/1/86-present. Approximately three months' daily issues are also available via PressReader.
Search the complete text of The Chicago Tribune from 1849-present. The most recent four days' daily issues are also available via PressReader. Now features additional full-image content from 1997-2011 and increased searching of online articles. Additional full-page-image access (similar to microfilm) for articles from 2008-3 months ago available through Proquest Recent Newspapers.
Articles from 2/23/1995-present. For historical articles (1901-present) search the Arlington Heights listings in the Access Newspaper Archive.
Articles from 2/23/1997-present. For historical articles (1901-present) search the Arlington Heights listings in the Access Newspaper Archive.
NEW: Full-image (full-page) version of the Daily Herald, 2/22/21- .
Full text (no images/PDF) of one of the world's leading business, finance and news magazines.
NOTE: After February 1, The Economist will no longer be available via Libby Magazines. Use Gale to browse full-text articles.
Education research. The ERIC website may have more recent sources.
Selected popular magazines you can read online from your computer or tablet.
Millions of articles from scholarly journals and other authoritative sources—including thousands of podcasts and transcripts.
Articles from magazines, newspapers and reference sources to help students with projects and exploring their own interests.
Covers news, global viewpoints, reference, country information, primary source documents, videos, statistics and more.
Magazine, news and reference articles for middle school through undergraduate. Covers science, literature, history, social sciences, arts, etc.
Pro/con articles on major issues: gun control, drug legalization, immigration, etc. Especially useful for debate preparation, gaining context for election issues, etc.
Current full text and pertinent backfile content covering topics including civil rights, health, education, professional development, and entrepreneurship.
Provides full text for titles in the ERIC database and covers multiple levels of education from preschool to college, and every educational specialty
Articles from wide range of full-text Spanish- and Portuguese-language scholarly journals and magazines both from and about Latin America.
Provides access to major U.S. regional, national, and local newspapers, as well as leading titles from around the world. It also includes thousands of images, radio, and TV broadcasts and transcripts.
Search multiple Gale "OneFile" (e.g., General, Academic, News, Health & Medicine, etc.) and "In Context" databases (Opposing Viewpoints, High School, Global Issues, etc.) simultaneously, along with Gale eBooks. Includes a powerful Subject Guide Search tool to retrieve more precise results.