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Access World News Research Collection

The Library has a trial to Access World News Research Collection through NewsBank. The collection includes current and archived news content from more than 14,200 sources spanning 200+ countries and territories. It delivers valuable information for academic research and coursework across the curriculum, including history, political science, business and economics, health sciences, religion, communications and journalism, women's studies, DEI, and more. Resources include newspapers, videos, transcripts, journals, college newspapers, and more. Also included in the trial are three modules covering Asian, Black, and Hispanic Life in America through the news media.


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Database Use:

Access to online databases provided by Edith Garland Dupré Library is limited to current students, faculty, and staff of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Users both on and off-campus will be required to log in with their ULID and password. Visitors can access online databases on-site when visiting the library or can use Library Search Guest Access to find limited research materials.

Users must follow 'Fair Use' as outlined in U.S. Copyright Law and provisions of license agreements with database providers. Online database material obtained must be used for personal, non-commercial purposes. Improper use generally includes, but is not limited to, excessive use, utilizing robots/auto crawlers, downloading entire journals, printing numerous copies of a single article, or publishing articles made available through the databases.

Users visiting several databases or viewing or downloading a substantial amount of material from within databases in a short period of time may receive a browser warning and, as a security precaution, their access will be suspended for two (2) hours.

Unauthorized and improper use of online databases and other online resources provided by Edith Garland Dupré Library can result in access revocation.

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Database Accessibility:

EBSCO, one of the library's major database providers, is committed to providing positive experiences for all users. They have provided an EBSCO Accessibility – Navigation Guide and an EBSCO eBook Accessibility User Guide and FAQs for using their databases.