Libraries are now able to provide their communities with a collection of newspapers ranging from well-known state and regional titles to small local newspapers in the United States and even other countries. This interesting information came from Ulitzer in their article, “ProQuest Launches Library Edition of Newspapers.com.”
The Newspapers.com Library Edition comes from ProQuest and is gives people of all ages and interests access to more than 85 million digitized pages, dating from the early 1700s into the early 2000s. They will continue to expand its titles and content over time.
This is a great resource for journalists, students, researchers, etc. Newspapers.com Library Edition offers search, save and share capabilities designed specifically for newspapers.
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