For the first time ever, the Library is able to provide access to all articles, images, videos, audio files, blogs, and user-generated content from the New York Times website (NYTimes.com). Explore 19 sections, 35 blogs, 15 video channels, full-color facsimiles of today's front page from every New York Times print edition (New York, National, Europe, and Asia), as well as a host of additional content, most of which was was previously unavailable through the Library's subscription. Users must first register from a campus computer, using a valid @illinois.edu email address. If you're on campus now, click here to claim your free Pass, or Contact us if you have any questions. The video to the left demos some of the features of this new resource, and provides step-by-step instructions for claiming a Pass.
Quickly becoming a hub for philosophers, and of philosophy research, PhilPapers indexes philosophy journals, books, websites, and other kinds of publications found on the Internet. It is also a digital repository, to which scholars can upload articles and preprints. Users can create accounts and submit content to the database. Includes calls for papers and presentations, as well as job announcements.