Instructor Resources

Instructors can use the in many ways and have special access to teaching tools explained in this guide. Access

Faculty and staff are eligible for a free CUNY WSJ subscription (details here). Tools for Instructors

The WSJ offers curated content that instructors can use for classroom discussion, assignments and exams.

  • Curated articles in the Weekly Review subscription
    • subscribe by subject (such as Accounting, Finance, Ethics, or Microeconomics) to weekly articles with classroom discussion questions created by specialized faculty WSJ computer page
  • Quiz / Exam questions with the Assessment tool
    • weekly customizable quizzes on WSJ content by subject area (such as Accounting, Finance, etc.) written by faculty contributors which can be taken inside the WSJ portal or downloaded for use in other learning management systems such as Blackboard
  • Discussion questions in Critical Thinking Resources
    • articles with discussion provoking questions created by specialized faculty
  • WSJ Investing Challenge email course 
    • following this lesson plan, WSJ columnists deliver an interactive five-week email course covering the basics of stock investing which can supplement classroom instruction



Ways to Use WSJ in Your Course

Impact of WSJ in the Classroom

This video seminar (passcode = wsjseminar) details why students and faculty can benefit from the use of WSJ instructor materials in the classroom.

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Assistant Professor | Business Librarian

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Michele Costello
Baruch College
Newman Library
151 E. 25th Street
Room 228
New York, NY 10010
Subjects: Business, Economics, Finance