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Wall Street Journal
Access the Wall Street Journal from anywhere with your library card.
1. NOTE: You must first login to your library account https://boulder.flatironslibrary.org/MyAccount/Home
2. Then click on the link or logo to create your WSJ account and you can start using wsj.com immediately. If you already have a WSJ account, please simply sign in with that account.
Your access will be available for 3 days. Come back as often as you like for an additional 3 days of access and login as an existing user with your WSJ account.
NOTE: Patrons are NOT permitted to share their WSJ accounts with any other person whatsoever. Any violation of this will result in termination of their account and the library will lose access to WSJ. Please respect the WSJ copyrights.
Boulder Public Library patrons can now enjoy digital content from the New York Times on their home computer, laptop, phone, or tablet.
Access within the library from library computers or our WiFi:
- Go to New York Times.
- Create an account. Click “Log In” and then “Sign Up” to create an account with your email address, or log in if you have already have an account. Do not use the Subscribe button.
Remote or offsite access:
- Open a web browser and navigate to the library's news page:
- Receive your access code for 72 hours.
- Click “Redeem” to get 72 hours of continuous access.
- Click "Log in" and then "Sign Up" to register with your email address, or click on “log in here” if you have an account.
- Daily Camera Collection This link opens in a new windowExplore Boulder history through local news, events, and people with the Daily Camera Collection. Search current and archived issues with full-color newspaper pages, full-text articles and content published only online.
Choose IMAGE edition for full color replica. Choose TEXT edition for indexed searching by headline, byline, etc.
Also available remotely 24/7 on any device.
- OverDrive Magazines This link opens in a new windowOver 3,000 titles, including top titles like: US Weekly, National Geographic,
New Yorker, Vanity Fair Rolling Stone
All magazines are available as simultaneous use without circulation caps.
- Consumer Reports This link opens in a new windowExpert, Unbiased Product Reviews
Consumer Reports (CR) is the world's largest nonprofit product-testing organization and has been helping subscribers find better, safer products for 80+ years. Consumer Reports accepts no outside advertising and no free test samples, and employs shoppers and experts to buy and test the products reviewed
- National Geographic Virtual Library This link opens in a new windowA digital reproduction of National Geographic Magazine from 1888 to the current issue. Includes books and videos, National Geographic Traveler and Kids Edition. Printable articles and downloadable photos.
- Consumer Reports This link opens in a new windowConsumer Reports is found in our MasterFile Premier database, it's a lot different than using a website to find articles. All articles from Consumer Reports are PDF files and can be saved or printed. Full-Color pdf articles to download. NOTE: This is digital replica of Consumer Reports magazine, not a link to CR website
- Access World News This link opens in a new windowWorld and local newspapers, including Daily Camera, Denver Post and Rocky Mtn. News. Includes over 3,000 dailies in the USA and over 6,000 resources from around the world.
- Colorado Historic Newspapers CollectionsA service of the Colorado State Library, CHNP currently represents more than 475 individual newspaper titles published in Colorado from 1859 up to 2019.