Answered By: Jeffrey Orrico Last Updated: Feb 01, 2017 Views: 7
Yes, the library subscribes to both print and electronic editions of Chronicle of Higher Education. Keep in mind that the electronic editions do not include the classified and display advertising, but only the editorial content (articles, reviews, letters, etc.). You can find the specific databases where a journal is located by using the "Library Catalog" link on the library homepage, choosing the drop-down descriptor "Journal Title", and enter the journal title in the search box. This produces separate catalog records for the print and electronic editions.
Alternatively, click on the "Journals by Title" tab, then enter the journal title in the search box, and use the drop-down descriptor "Title Begins With". This produces a linked summary of our journal coverage in both databases and print. I've pasted a screenshot of some of the results for Chronicle of Higher Education below for your convenience. When you use these library tools "live", the databases noted are hot-linked directly to the journal in question.
To access library subscription resources (electronic books and journals) from off-campus, you will need to enter your Blackboard username and password in the Database Authentication screen pop-up window. A reference librarian will be glad to help to search for the specific issue and article you are seeking, set up an RSS feed on a topic, or simply peruse the issue.