When you find a newspaper in microfilm format listed in the library catalog, DELCAT Discovery, there may be more years available at the same microfilm call number. This is usually due to the newspaper changing title. A quick way to check is to look up the newspaper by the microfilm call number.
Use the prefix nu:
Select Advanced Search. In keyword box: type nu: followed by the microfilm call number
Campus-wide access to The Chronicle of Higher Education from 1989-present is now available. This includes all information from the print edition as well as other online-only features.
For a summary of The Chronicle's many features, visit the site map.Create a free account using your udel.edu email address to gain quick access to The Chronicle from an iPad, smart phone, tablet, or any computer anywhere in the world.
B.A., History. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. 1973.
M.S., Library Science. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. 1981.
Mark Twain's Autobiography
Newspapers are rich resources. They provide a glimpse of a community, cover major and minor events, provide information on people, contain listings of births, deaths, land transfers, and more.
Many newspapers are available on the Internet. Some are individual papers and some are in collections. Full text does not mean the actual articles as they were published. Many electronically available newspapers are text only, no pictures, no ads, etc. Others are digital page images.