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The Chronicle of Higher Education is Here!

by Logan Dalton on 2020-12-02T11:28:00-05:00 in News | Newspapers | Current Events, General | Comments

The weather is getting chilly right now, but the Knight-Capron Library has an amazing announcement for you!

Thanks to the generosity of Academic Affairs, all University of Lynchburg faculty, staff, and students have online access to the Chronicle of Higher Education, the premier source for current news, information, and commentary (Gotta love The Review!) about colleges and universities. You can access this wonderful resource by creating an account on the Chronicle's website with your email.

After entering these credentials, you will have access to all the great features of the Chronicle of Higher Education without pesky article limits or paywalls. Some of these features include News, Advice, The Review, Data, Jobs, and information about the Chronicle's virtual events and webinars. You can also read the current issue of The Chronicle as well as back issues as far back as 2015.

We're really excited to share this new resource with you, and you can find the Chronicle of Higher Education in a variety of locations on the library website, including the A to Z Database, Print Publications Online (Right next to the The News and Advance!), and on the carousel on the library home page. We will also be sharing interesting articles from its website on our social media channels in the days to come.

If you have any questions about the Chronicle or any issues accessing the articles you want to read, feel free to chat with a librarian. During J-Term, we're available from 10 AM to 5 PM.


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