Please Provide Unlimited Access to the Chronicle of Higher Ed

Hello! I would like to suggest that Temple PhD/graduate students, adjunct and full-time faculty have free, unlimited, and unrestricted online access to all articles and classifieds from The Chronicle of Higher Education. Thanks!

We think that’s a great suggestion. In fact, the Temple University Libraries already has a site license to the Chronicle. That means that every member of the Temple University community – even undergrads – can access any and all articles in the Chronicle – and the ads as well. We have access to the complete archives of the Chronicle too, so you can search and read articles from years gone by. You can access all of this either on campus or off campus – though you’ll need to provide your TU network account information when you are off campus. 

Here’s an important thing to remember. If you are off campus and you first go to the Chronicle’s website you won’t get access to the full-text content. In order for it to work, you must access the Chronicle via our Library website. The easiest way to do this is to go to the Library homepage and click on Journal Finder. Search “Chronicle of Higher Education” and then choose the record for “publisher”. This way you’ll be accessing our licensed subscription and things should work fine. See the images below for additional information:

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Here’s my suggestion. Take a few minutes and go to this page on the Chronicle website. There you can obtain your own account to the Chronicle. Then subscribe to the Chronicle’s daily newsletter called Academe Today. That way you’ll receive a daily e-mail with all of the latest news and information from the Chronicle – and best of all you can get the full-text of any article.

We certainly want as many of our faculty and students as possible to take advantage of our Chronicle subscription. I hope that you’ll share this news with your colleagues. If you do need any further help with getting access to the Chronicle or you encounter difficulties getting access to the full-text content please contact Steven Bell, Associate University Librarian.

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