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Information Literacy - or learning to do research: a life time skill: Newspapers
Newspapers provide access to current information about a topic or issue. Most are published daily and the articles are relatively brief. If you are looking for how an issue was addressed in the time that it occurred Newspapers are a great place to get this information.
Newspapers are written by journalists, not scholars, so you will not find original research here, but newspapers may report on research, i.e. "according to a recent report published in the New England Journal of Medicine . . . " You will need to look up the original research in the original publication.
Nexis Uni includes newspapers from around the world. Watch the video below to learn how to search Nexis Uni.
Full-text news articles from more than 40 U.S. and international newspapers, and some full-text from over 300 regional newspapers. Also features full-text transcripts from CBS News, CNN, CNN International, FOX News, and NPR.