Answered By: CS Stotelmyer Last Updated: Feb 08, 2016 Views: 35
Many newspapers make current articles available on the Web, but many require you to pay for older articles, or if you read more than a certain number of articles in a month. Clayton State subscribes to several electronic resources that include newspaper articles. Select Newspapers from the All Database Types drop down menu on the A-Z Electronic Resources list to select the best resource for your topic or date range.
Recent print issues are shelved on the upper level in the casual seating area. Read the Newspapers @ the Clayton State Library guide to find out which titles we subscribe to in print.
We also maintain a microfilm collection on the lower level, adjacent to the Circulation Department to fill in any gaps of full-text coverage. Use the ScanPro machine to view, save, email or print articles.