Twenty-six magazines are now available to all OhioLINK users from the America’s Newspapers database (on-campus access | off-campus access). The magazines include: Business 2.0, Fortune, Fortune International, FSB: Fortune Small Business, Money, Entertainment Weekly, People Weekly, Teen People, Baby Talk, Essence, Family Life, In Style, Life, Parenting, Real Simple, Foreign Affairs, Newsweek, Time, Time for Kids, Time International, U.S. News & World Report, ON Magazine, Popular Science, Sports Illustrated, Sports Illustrated for Kids, and Sports Illustrated for Women.
To access these magazines go to the America’s Newspapers database (on-campus access | off-campus access), then click on the link to “America’s news magazines” on the left-hand navigation bar (under more resources). Once you see the list of magazines you can choose to search within one or more titles, or click on the title of a particular magazine to browse by issue.
America’s Newspapers also offers 17 newspapers from Ohio, national newspapers and special reports on a variety of topics from Iraq to women’s history.
Looking for more magazine and newspaper articles? Try these other OhioLINK databases (some databases also include scholarly articles):
Find out how OhioLINK is connecting Ohio higher education to the world of information in the newly released Snapshot 2005, OhioLINK’s annual report. The Snapshot details the continued growth in the use of OhioLINK resources and services in 2005, for example:
The Snapshot also includes stories from nine OhioLINK users which explain, in their own words, how OhioLINK revolutionizes a private college library, succeeds where Google fails, is vital to regional campus professors and students, helps students save time and do research at home, helps undergrads succeed in college, makes a mathematician’s research life easier, attracts scholars to Ohio, enables an art professor to teach digitally and is relied upon by a physician for patient care decisions.
Videos of Dr. John Seely Brown's "From Push to Pull: Higher Education in the Digital Age" and Dr. Mark Taylor's "Meeting Generation NeXt: Today's Postmodern College Student" keynote presentations are now available on the ODCE 2006 Conference Web site.
The Ohio Digital Commons for Education 2006 Conference site also contains many other informative materials, including:
Don't forget to mark your calendars for the ODCE 2007 Conference, which will be held March 4-6, 2007. More details will be announced this fall.