Fake News, Propaganda, and Misinformation: Learning to Critically Evaluate Media Sources.

Find here an extensive guide fpr the Library's Fake News workshops -- good to review even if you don't have time to attend.

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New York Times/nytimes.com:
Cornell undergraduates can sign up for unlimited, free access to The New York Times online. Funded by the Student Assembly.
The Law Library funds unlimited, free access to nytimes.com for Law School students, faculty, and staff.

Financial Times/FT.com:
The Library funds free online access. Go to the-Financial Times catalog record and follow the link to set up your free account. All Cornell faculty, students, and staff have access.

Wall Street Journal/wsj.com:
To access the Wall Street Journal online, go to https://partner.wsj.com/partner/cornelluniversity and register. Select your account type from the dropdown menu, add a password, then read and agree to the Privacy Policy. Then Create and you have access. Available to all faculty, students, and staff at Cornell.

Washington Post/washingtonpost.com:
Unlimited access to washingtonpost.com is not longer available. Access is limited to a few articles per month for nonsubscribers.
Alternative access: Online access to color PDFs of the print Washington Post for the last 90 days (except Sunday) are available in Library Press Display. Current and recent articles (last 2 weeks) from the Washington Post in plain text format are available on Factiva’s Newsstand page.

Factiva database: 
The Newsstand section on the default home page of Factiva shows the last two weeks of the following news sources—every article, mainly plain text (some graphics)—New York TimesWall Street Journal (U.S. edition, Europe edition, and Asia edition), Washington PostInvestor’s Business Daily, and the BBC. The Library subscribes to this database, so all Cornell has access.
The content of all publications covered in Factiva is also searchable. Click on the Search button in the top bar.

World Politics Review:
Continuously updated. Articles provide analysis of trends and events in international affairs. Published entirely online, WPR's original articles are written by a network of analysts, journalists, and scholars. Nonpartisan, nonideological articles cover diplomacy, military affairs, energy, economics and related subjects.