The Wall Street Journal, also known as The Journal, is an American business-focused, English-language international daily newspaper based in New York City, with international editions also available in Chinese and Japanese.
The Wall Street Journal is available here.
BrowZine is an app for Apple or Android smartphones and devices that helps you flip through the scholarly e-journals available through Purdue University Libraries. The result is an easy and familiar way to browse through, read, and monitor scholarly e-journals across disciplines.
To start using BrowZine from your desktop or laptop, simply go to BrowZine.com.
To access BrowZine from your mobile device(s), download the BrowZine app from the appropriate app store.
After you have downloaded and installed the app, select King Abdullah University of Science and Technology from a list of libraries. Follow the instructions to log in to BrowZine.
To organize and track your favorite journals and personalize your bookshelf, create a separate BrowZine Account. Your account will be synchronized across the web and mobile services.
Digital Full text of 4000+ international newspapers and magazines from 100+ countries in 60+ languages.
Set up your account while on the campus IP range. All you need to provide is your email address, password, and name. You can also sign up using your favorite social network account (Google, Facebook, Twitter).
A site license subscription provides unlimited access for everyone at your institution or organization to Chronicle.com. This site license includes all of The Chronicle’s content, daily news, and data. Searchable access to articles and essays dating back to 1989 are included, as well as special issues such as The Almanac of Higher Education and The Trends Report.
Libby is a newer app released by OverDrive. It has the same collection of titles as the OverDrive app - it's just a different way to access the same digital library collection. Libby is compatible with Android and iOS devices and can be used in the browser on computers and tablets.
Please note that OverDrive/Libby does not use the KAUST VPN or IP address to get access. Instead, you need to use your KAUST ID number as your “Library Card Number.” You will borrow items through the Overdrive website and/or the Libby App and then you are able to read your favorite material. You can borrow a magazine for 7 days and a comic/graphic novel for 21 days, and you can borrow up to 3 items at any one time.
OverDrive/Libby materials are available to anyone with a valid KAUST ID and they have an active Library account.
The Financial Times ePaper is a digital replica of our daily print edition. Download it to read stories exactly as they appear in print, on your smartphone, laptop, or tablet. The ePaper is available to all FT Group Subscription customers with Premium access to FT.com.
FT.com Copyright Policy, appropriate use of FT.com content. All KAUST members must comply with the FT.com terms of usage found here.
The Financial Times is available 5 days a week plus a weekend edition. It covers current financial and business news. To search for issues older than 1 year, use the ABI Inform business database. In order to get FT.com on your mobile device, please register for an account following the instructions below. You will need to use your KAUST email address to register for an account.
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The economist is an expert who studies the relationship between a society's resources and its production or output.
The expert opinions and research findings of an economist are used to help shape a wide variety of policies, including interest rates, tax laws, employment programs, international trade agreements, and corporate strategies.
The Economist is available via Proquest.