Online access to EIU publications and reports including China Hand, Country Commerce, Country Finance, Country Forecast, Country Profiles, Country Reports, Country Risk Service, Global Forecasting Service, and Risk Briefing. Data consists of All CityData. Industry information: automotive, consumer goods, energy, financial services, health care and teachnology.
Step 1: Find newspaper titles
Step 2: Access articles
- From the holdings at the U of M library
- From the holdings of another library (if the U of M does not have the title)
- Go to: the library homepage: www.lib.umich.edu
- Select: Catalog (Mirlyn) on the top right
- Click on: the Advanced link
- Select: the language using the "Language" menu
- Select: "Newspapers" using the "Format" menu
- Click on: Find
- Identify: newspapers of interest
- Move on: to Step 2: Access articles
Take a look at the list of newspapers arranged by geographical area. Choose the appropriate language or country and browse the list.
To access the newspapers, move on to Step 2: Access articles
After you have determined that the library has the title you want, click on the title and make a note of the holdings (i.e., does the library have the issue you need?) and the location of the paper(s) in which you are interested. Sometimes you will have to click on the 'more' link for a more complete list of holdings. If the library does not have a newspaper you want, see Access articles from the holdings of another library.
If there is a call number, check at the library in which the item is housed, to find the exact location. Floor plans for some libraries are available online.
If there is a film number, take note of the number and go to Serials and Microforms on the south side of the 2nd floor of the Graduate Library for assistance.
If there is a live link, click on it and navigate to the issue you need.
If you have checked Mirlyn and you don't find the title or the particular date you want, you can submit an interlibrary loan request. The ILL office will locate the item in another library, and either send you an electronic copy or borrow the item for you to use. Interlibrary Loan has an average turnaround time of 4 days for copies and 7 days for loans. There is currently no charge to users for normal Interlibrary Loan services. If special circumstances exist, ILL will contact patrons to confirm willingness to pay any special costs before placing an order.
To submit an linterlibray loan request:
Go to: the library homepage.
Choose: Services in the top center of the page.
Choose: Interlibrary Loan for UM Community.
Choose: Make a request in the blue section on the left of the page.
Although the University of Michigan Libraries interlibrary loan service is restricted to those affiliated with the University, members of the public may submit interlibrary loan requests at any library at which they have borrowing privileges.