The UWA Library now subscribes to the NewsBank Access World Research Collection which is made up of 13,800 newspapers from over 200 countries and territories including the Access Australia and Seven West Media Sources Collection.
Access the NewsBank database from this OneSearch record link. Get an introductory overview to using NewsBank at this link here.
We are transitioning to NewsBank as our major provider of access to a wide range of information from news and media publishers.
You can still use Factiva to access information from newspapers, newswires, industry publications, websites, company reports, and more till the end of 2024.
Access the Factiva Database through this OneSearch record link.
The broad range of content provides local insight and a global perspective on business issues and current events – especially for researching news and current information on companies, industries, and financial markets.
Learn to use Factiva efficiently using the guide link provided under the next tab.
Did you know? You have access to a wide range of current local, national and international newspapers through our PressReader subscription:
You can also access a number of popular magazine titles, such as Vogue, The Monthly, and Vanity Fair through PressReader - perfect weekend reading!
The PressReader app will automatically detect our UWA subscription when you are on campus.
When you are off campus, you will need to connect to the UWA VPN UniConnect to access our UWA subscription in the PressReader app.
The UWA Library subscribes to a number of online newspaper databases which are accessible via the Advanced Search screen in OneSearch.
Simply search for newspapers and limit the Resource Type to Databases to generate a browsable list of newspaper databases.
As well as accessing national and international newspapers through our databases, you can also browse publication websites directly.
The Conversation offers research-informed in-depth analysis and debate on issues affecting our world curated by professional editors. There are a number of different editions from the global university community.