Answered By: Daria Carson-Dussan
Last Updated: Nov 06, 2017     Views: 319

There are multiple ways to access The Chronicle of Higher Education online:

The journal’s website has some free full-text articles available, but for access to all full-text articles (including locked articles at the journal’s website) you may either go through the links indicated in the library catalog, which directs you through the proxy, or you may register at the journal’s website:  When registering, you must use your WUSTL email address for full-text access.

One feature of the journal’s website that is particularly useful to registered users is access to the Almanac, located in the Facts & Figures section.  The formatting at the journal’s website is much better than the formatting for this material when accessed through third-party providers such as EBSCO or LexisNexis.

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