Newsbank

Search current and archived coverage of issues, events, people, government, sports and more with the largest collection of full-text U.S. newspapers, including the Morning News of Northwest Arkansas (2004-2009), the Springdale Morning News (2009-2015), and the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (2006-current). Includes staff-written articles, obituaries, editorials, announcements, real estate and other sections.

New York Times Online at the Library

Springdale Public Library patrons have unlimited access to NYTimes.com and can now enjoy articles, blogs, videos, podcasts, real-time market data and more, including full access to International, Chinese and Spanish editions. NYTimes.com also includes 20,000 topic pages, which consolidate news, reference and archival information in an easy-to-use format that is a reliable alternative to Wikipedia.

To access NYT Online at the Library, simply visit www.nytimes.com and click Log In in the top right corner. Sign up for a free account, or log in with an existing account. As long as you’re using the Library’s computers or wireless network, you’ll have access to the entire NYT site, with the sole exception of the crossword puzzle.

New York Times Online at Home

Springdale Public Library patrons have unlimited access to NYTimes.com and can now enjoy articles, blogs, videos, podcasts, real-time market data and more, including full access to International, Chinese and Spanish editions. NYTimes.com also includes 20,000 topic pages, which consolidate news, reference and archival information in an easy-to-use format that is a reliable alternative to Wikipedia.

To access NYT Online at home, follow the link above. You’ll then be given a code for 72 hours of access. Click Redeem Code to get started. From there, either sign up for a free account or log in with an existing one. When your 72 hours are over, you’re welcome to redeem another code by visiting the Library website again.

STEM Database (Proquest)

Designed for middle and high school students this research tool supports the study of sciences such as biology, chemistry, physics, technology, engineering, and math.

 

 

SIRS Discoverer (Proquest)

Designed specifically for elementary and middle school students, this research tool covers a wide range of subjects including reading, language arts, current events, science, social studies, history, health, and technology.

World History in Context

Combines a comprehensive and unique global collection of resources with easy-to-use searching for undergraduate and high school research and curriculums.

U.S. History in Context

Provides a complete overview of U.S. history covering the most-studied events, issues and current information. Includes primary sources and journal articles.