Nexis – new newspaper & business database for the Library

Nexis

The Library has recently taken out a subscription to an important new online resource called Nexis® which  aggregates information from over 36,000 international news and business sources, as well as thousands of business & legal websites, blogs and forums. It provides access to tens of thousands of sources, millions of full text documents and is updated daily.

  • Newspapers – Over 1000 UK and Irish titles including: The Telegraph, Guardian, Independent, Observer & Times and well as hundreds of regional titles. Over 1200 International titles including: Le Monde, New York Times, Washington Post, Die Welt, Der Spiegel, La Stampa, El Pais & Le Figaro
  • Business – 8000 publications including: The Economist, Marketing Week, Estates Gazette, The Lawyer, The Banker, Forbes, The Engineer, Information World Review, Local Government Chronicle, Legal Week, Harvard Business Review
  • Company Country & Industry Reports including: Hoovers, Dun & Bradstreet, ICC, Business Monitor International, MarketLine, Directory of Corporate Affiliations, Cofisem, Worldscope, Euromonitor, Major Companies Database, GlobalData, Progressive Media, World Market Intelligence, Standard & Poor’s, EIU

Nexis can be accessed from the Database link or the Newspaper link on the Library Home Page. It is available to all Students and staff on and off campus using your GUID.

Please note that you must accept the Terms of Use before gaining access to Nexis and that a range of tutorials are available to help you use the database effectively  from the Nexis website



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