Chronicle of Higher Education now available University-wide
The Chronicle of Higher Education is ready for your use. Visit The Chronicle's home page at http://chronicle.com and click on any of the news updates which are normally available to subscribers only. For those of you who are using the library from a distant location, you will need to authenticate your status through the library’s proxy server (requiring the use of your user name and library bar code).
Among the Chronicle’s Web-site highlights are:
*** the Web site (http://chronicle.com) updated throughout the day with the latest news in academe (NO EMBARGO of content);
*** the text from the current print edition, posted every Monday morning (http://chronicle.com/section/Current-Issue/38/);
*** a searchable archive of every issue published since September 1998;
*** all the commentary and essays from our weekly magazine, The Chronicle Review (http://chronicle.com/section/The-Chronicle-Review/41/);
*** all the data from the annual Almanac and other special, single-topic reports are in easy-to-search databases (http://chronicle.com/section/Facts-Figures/58/);
For a quick summary of what all you now have access to, please visit the site map at http://chronicle.com/sitemap
In order to get the most from your Chronicle site license purchase, take advantage of the free e-mail newsletters, including Academe Today, The Chronicle’s popular Daily Report. Or for those more interested in discussions and ideas rather than hard news, they now publish the weekly Chronicle Review e-mail newsletter.
Just point them to http://chronicle.com/section/Newsletters/85/ to learn more about all the complimentary e-mail newsletters that The Chronicle publishes.