Looking for information for a school assignment or articles on a particular topic?
Searchable, full-text access to more than 25 databases of magazines, journals, images and reference resources covering education, health, business and general areas of interest. Includes over 11,000 full-text magazine and journal subscriptions.
Provides access to over 1,500 newspapers and newswires including nine Wisconsin newspapers. Also featured in the database are more than 601,300 television and radio news transcripts, videos and podcasts.
Wisconsin Newspapers Digital Research Site
A service of the Wisconsin Newspaper Association, the site provides access to the daily and weekly newspapers in Wisconsin from 2005 to the present with an embargo delay of 60 days.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Archives
Searchable archives by word or date from 1884-2007.
Newspapers–Internet Public Library
Database of newspapers across the United States and around the world.
Browse through issues of the Waunakee Tribune (WI) from 1896-2006.
Or you may go directly to a specific database:
Designed specifically for public libraries, this database provides full- text for nearly 1,700 publications covering areas in general reference, business, health, general science, as well as such popular titles as Good Housekeeping, People, Sports Illustrated and many more. Also included are many reference books, primary source documents and an Image Collection of photos, maps and flags.
Academic Search Premier
Designed for academic institutions, this database offers information on nearly every area of academic study including computer science, physics, arts & literature, and many more.
Contains millions of searchable, full-text newspaper pages, dating back to the 1700’s. The database uses a PDF format to preserve the original context and format of the newspapers. Several Wisconsin papers are available using this database including historic Eau Claire newspapers from 1858-1923. Leader-Telegram Archives (12/1990 – present) – In house use only
New York Times Online
Library patrons now have free unlimited access to the New York Times when browsing from a computer or a Wi-Fi-connected device at L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library.
To get started with New York Times online access:
Visit the New York Times web site and click “LOG IN” to create an account (if you don’t already have one). Enter your email address and a password of your choosing between 5 and 15 characters in length. Passwords can contain only letters [a–z], numbers [0–9], periods [.], underscores [_] or hyphens [-]. On your next visit to the library you may login to the New York Times free of charge.
For questions or help in getting on please see Reference.
(Coming soon) When outside the library, you can use a special access code to enable 72 hours of unlimited access from your home computer or mobile device.