You can access many national, international and regional news titles via the Ejournals A-Z.
Search for the title of the news source.
International news titles are available via Press Reader.
PressReader has over 5000 publications from over 100 countries. Issues of magazines and newspapers appear as they would do in print. Some titles that you can access include Computer Arts, The Guardian, T3 and lots more. It covers a vast amount of subjects from Art and Design (Wallpaper magazine) to Zoology (BBC Wildlife).
As a Leeds Beckett student you can read all these publications - just sign in with your Leeds Beckett email and password. For additional features, such as adding favourite publications and setting up email alerts, register for a PressReader account by clicking the "User" icon in the top right hand corner of the screen. We recommend the desktop version, as the app needs to be re-authenticated weekly via accessing 'https://www-pressreader-com.leedsbeckett.idm.oclc.org/catalog' on your device and opening/installing app when prompted.
Provides access to full text newspapers and allows you to search articles instantly by title, headline, date, newspaper section, or other fields. The database offers a one-stop source for current news and searchable archives.
This database contains the full text of the Financial Times, with a 30 day embargo.
This databases allows you to access the full text archive of key UK and Irish news titles such as The Guardian. If required to log in to access, please use your standard university username and password - an additional Lexis account is not needed.If you cannot bypass the login page which asks for an ID, please try an alternative internet browser or go incognito in chrome.
An online, full text facsimile of 200 years of The Times, detailing every complete page of every issue from 1785 to 2019. This historical newspaper archive allows researchers an unparalleled opportunity to search and view the best-known and most cited newspaper in the world online in its original published context.
Provides access to standard version of the global business based FT.com. No access to premium content such as Lex.
Other, more specialist news sources are available, particularly for historical research.
On Campus you may not need to log in to our electronic resources if you have already used Single Sign-On to log on to a PC.
If you do need to log in, use your standard Leeds Beckett University Username and Password to access most ebooks, ejournals and databases.
You will normally see either the standard Leeds Beckett login page or an OpenAthens login page
Some ejournals and databases have a specific username and password.