Take advantage of access to full digital editions of the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and Financial Times as provided by the UAB Libraries for all UAB students, faculty, and staff.

Screenshot of available resources in the NYT's inEducation. To access New York Times digital, simply create a free New York Times account.

All UAB users also have access to inEducation, the New York Times’ curricular tool, designed to help faculty and students connect what’s happening in the news with their studies. Across 16 disciplines of study, leading professors contribute weekly posts featuring a piece of journalism and prompts for discussion, exploration, and analysis. inEducation is hosted at nytimesineducation.com.

First-time users can register a UAB email address.

To access Wall Street Journal (WSJ) digital, activate your WSJ library-sponsored membership.

WSJ digital allows access to curated content, including:

  • WSJ's student hub: curated content focused on job prep, finance tips, and career insights
  • Opportunities to be published on WSJ.com through WSJ's Opinions Future View
  • Curated podcasts and newsletters that are relevant to your major
  • Exclusive events and offers through WSJ+
  • A discounted membership rate through the WSJ Grad Pack for two years following graduation
  • Access to WSJ Noted, a news and culture magazine dedicated to students and young professionals

To access Financial Times, register for an account using your UAB email address.

Contact your librarian with any questions about access or registration, or to schedule an in-depth consultation on these new (or any other) resources.