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Answered By: Amy Coughenour Last Updated: Aug 03, 2017 Views: 66
Concordia University Libraries subscribes to The Chronicle of Higher Education online, and it can be accessed through our databases as well as through a library-authenticated link to the direct website.
(Please note that if you go to The Chronicle’s website off-campus without the library’s proxy prefix, not all articles will be available.)
Here are the steps to locate the library’s links to The Chronicle of Higher Education:
- Go to Search@CULibraries: http://library.cu-portland.edu/primo_library/libweb/action/search.do?vid=CONC
- Log in at the top right corner (same username/password used for Blackboard)
- Enter the title “Chronicle of Higher Education” in the search box
- Click the Search button
- Locate the result for The Chronicle of Higher Education, which should be near the top
- Click on the Access Online button
- Click on the link for the database or site you want to use
- Note: Current full text at The Chronicle online will take you to the library-authenticated version of The Chronicle’s website
- Other links will take you to database versions of the journal, which usually won’t have the most recent month available
Here is a screenshot showing this process:
And here is a direct library-authenticated link to The Chronicle of Education:
(If you’re off-campus, the link will go to the CU login page before going to The Chronicle’s website.)
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