Answered By: Lauren McFall
Last Updated: Sep 29, 2016     Views: 107

Yes, you can read the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) from home. Access is provided through ProQuest, a full-text periodical database. It will not look like the online version you would read if you paid WSJ directly. Instead you will see a list of articles from today's edition.

To access the WSJ through ProQuest , first go to the MCC Library home page. Click on RESEARCH in the header and then select Databases A-Z; scroll down to the ProQuest listing and click on the Wall Street Journal link in the ProQuest description box; you will be asked for MCC authentication (students use surf ID and password; faculty use your general log-in ID and password). Once you have authenticated you can proceed to search the WSJ and read the articles.

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