Newspapers - How to Find a Title
All newspaper titles, including online, print, and CD-ROM, are in the A-to-Z Journals List.
Step 1: Go to the A-to-Z Journals List and key in the newspaper title or use the QuickSearch above.
Step 2: Follow the links to the full text.For example, click the database name under
the newspaper title, then choose the year and issue or date you need.
Note: Some newspapers may be available only in print in the library.
To search or browse for a newspaper title in the Newspaper
Source Plus database, click the ORU Databases tab above for step-by-step instructions.
Newspapers - In the Library
Complimentary Tulsa World Newspapers
Monday - Friday a limited
number of complimentary copies of the Tulsa World newspaper are available to faculty and students at the 4th floor Circulation Desk. You will need a valid ORU ID,
and will be asked to sign for each copy received.
Print newspapers are located in the Periodicals Area, 4th floor, LRC. Titles include Chronicle
of Higher Education, Oklahoma Eagle, Tulsa
World and USA Today.
- The library keeps the current three months in the wooden shelf unit located in the center of the bound periodicals area, LRC-4th floor.
- Shelves are numbered "Day 1," "Day 2," "Day 3," etc., which correspond to the newspaper dates, such as July 1, July 2, July 3, etc.
- The most current month's issue of a newspaper title is to the left side of the drawer (when you are facing the drawer), and subsequent months are housed on the right side of the drawer.
In addition to print copies, many local, national, and international newspaper titles are also available online. Use the ORU databases to search, access and read your home-town or city newspaper or get a global perspective on current issues of interest to you.
QuickLinks to ORU Databases
Click the to link to the vendor's database descriptions.
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