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Media Literacy

media literacy and fluency; information literacy and fluency; fake news

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Media & Journalism 

Political Discourse

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  • LexisNexis Academic
    News coverage includes national, regional, international and foreign language news, wire services and broadcast transcripts.
  • InfoTrac Newsstand
    Current events and news from thousands of national, international, state and local newspapers, magazines, academic journals, books, blogs, and more. Provides on-demand translation in 12 languages and use of email alerts.
    Years covered: 1980-present
  • New York Times (Lexis Nexis) 1980-Present
    Articles, news items, editorials, and letters. This database links to a targeted search of the New York Times in LexisNexis. Note that results are text-only; images are not included.
    Years covered: 1980-present
  • Newspaper Source
    Full-text or citation access to over 400 news publications. Emphasis on U.S. regional newspapers, although some national and international newspapers are included, as well as transcripts from television and radio programs.
    Years covered: 1989-present
  • US Newsstream
    Articles, editorials, obituaries, and other content from news publications from all over the world. U.S. newspapers include The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and Boston Globe, as well as many regional publications.
    Years covered: 1977-present
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