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HON 3260: Do Global Corporate Ethics Matter? (Laura Hastings / Fall 2019): Home

Looking for CURRENT Newspapers?

New! Select "Newspapers" in the Databases by Subject dropdown menu on the library's homepage to get a listing of all of our newspaper databases
(both current and historical).

Try these databases for current newspaper coverage:

For historical newspapers, see our full Newspaper Holdings research guide. 

3 Ways to Get to Articles Databases

There are three ways that you can get to the library's databases,
from off-campus as well as from on-campus:

  1. Use the Databases by Subject dropdown to find databases for a particular subject area
  2. Use the Databases from A-Z links if you know the name of the database you're looking for (i.e., Worldwide Political Science Abstracts is under "W" for "Worldwide")
  3. Use this research guide (or any of our other research guides!)

If you are off campus, when you click the name of a database, you will be asked for your Campus ID and password. After that, you'll have full access to the database*. But in order to get that access, the database has to identify you as GSU faculty/student/staff. 

*There are a very few databases that you can't access this way (looking at you, Ancestry Library Edition) and are only usable in the actual library building). These are clearly marked in the database listings as ON CAMPUS USE ONLY.

Useful Subject-Specific Articles Databases

Interdisciplinary Article Databases available @ GSU

These are broad, interdisciplinary databases that will include articles from many different subject areas.

Urban Studies Librarian (coming soon!)

Beginning in October, Lauren Bellard will be GSU's Urban Studies Librarian.

Lauren will be the liaison librarian for the following departments:

  • Political Science
  • History
  • Urban Studies
  • Geosciences

Her contact information will be posted here later in the semester.

Using Find It @GSU

Many databases give you only a citation telling you where to find the article, not the article itself.

Click the Find It @ GSU button to open a window with links to the article you need.

  • If the article is available through another database, the Find It @ GSU button will take you to links to the article through the other database(s) that have it.
  • If the article isn't available through any of our databases, the Find It @ GSU button will take you to a link that says Request item through ILLiad. Clicking that link will get you started with placing an Interlibrary Loan request for the article (which will likely be available to you within 24 hours). (Click here to learn more about Interlibrary Loan)

Lost? Stuck? Too many options? Ask a Librarian for help!