All Baruch students, faculty and staff may access the digital editions of The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. The access is good for one year from the start date and may be renewed as long as one is a CUNY student, faculty or staff. Additional databases offer access to these leading news sources and may be searched for past issues.
Searchers may limit results to scholarly or academic journals, as well as other limits, in databases that offer combinations of news, general interest and scholarly/academic publications.
Look for this option in the databases.
Databases that may be limited only to retrieve academic/scholarly and peer-reviewed articles include:
The article is not available full-text in the database.
to see if the article is available in other databases;
to search to see if another CUNY library has the needed journal;
or if you will need to make an Interlibrary Loan request.
Interlibrary loan requests are free to students and faculty. (The library pays any costs.)
Some database vendors agree that some journals may "embargo," or limit access to the full-text of the most recent issues for a specific period of time.
What to do if the article isn't available?