We are pleased to announce that the Law Library (in conjunction with Morris Library) has made arrangements with the Chronicle of Higher Education for complete, campus-wide access to the Chronicle web site. Some key points about this access:
Access is full and complete. All capabilities of the online Chronicle site, formerly available only to print subscribers, is available. Some key examples of functionality are:
-- Full text access to all current Chronicle stories, news, and special features articles as soon as they are available. Stories may be emailed, printed, or saved electronically as a text or HTML file.
-- Ability to search by keyword of all stories in the Chronicle back to 1989 with full text.
-- Ability to search Chronicle advertisements and job postings, including use of a search agent. (It appears that the Chronicle keeps ads on a current academic year basis only; there is minimal historical capability.)
--The home page also includes RSS capability.
To access the Chronicle, simply click on the link from the Law Library's Subscription Electronic Resources page, or go to chronicle.com (if you are on campus).