A Metropolitan Library (OKC public) database. Sign up for a library card if you don't have one. Explore and stay informed on local and national topics, people and events in areas such as business, health, education, jobs and careers, political and social issues and more. Features a wide variety of credible, vetted news sources spanning the U.S., including The Oklahoman and Tulsa World.
NOTE: Link goes to catalog. Choose region of interest.
Provides news and information based on round-the-clock monitoring of radio, TV, press, internet and news agency sources around the world. Reports are translated into English from more than 100 languages.
Full text of articles from U.S. and world newspapers and business and company information. Please note that many newspapers are NOT available in this academic version of Factiva. OU Libraries has licensed this database for 5 simultaneous users.
—Update: as of 6-30-22, the database is still browsable. Due to the large size of the archive, searches may need to be limited with a date range in order to return results.
Because Gannett found this database unprofitable, beginning February 3rd, 2022, the full Oklahoman Archives will no longer be available. Access to the most current 30 days will continue. For other ways to access online content see this blog post.
A Metropolitan Library (OKC public) database. Sign up for a library card if you don't have one. Provides full-text access to dozens of newspapers across Oklahoma. Includes full-text and image editions of The Oklahoman and Tulsa World.
A Metropolitan Library (OKC public) database. Sign up for a library card if you don't have one. US Major Dailies provides access to the five most respected US national and regional newspapers: the New York Times, The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune.
Full text of U.S. government translations of foreign broadcasts, publications, and government statements. FBIS was followed by the Open Source Center (OSC) in 2005 and was included in the database World News Connection, which the library does not have. The CIA discontinued public access to the OSC in 2013.
Full text of English translations of foreign language materials from regions throughout the world. Includes monographs, reports, serials, journal and newspaper articles, and radio and television broadcasts.