All pay-per-view access to unsubscribed content from Elsevier’s ScienceDirect has been discontinued. All requests, including our Elsevier print holdings, will be filled via regular ILL.
The Library subscription to our current ScienceDirect journal collection remains active.
The library has set up campus-wide subscriptions to The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post, which are available to all current faculty, staff, and students.
- The New York Times: After registration, users may log in from anywhere or use the app. Users who already have an account with a Trinity e-mail don’t need to register again. Faculty & staff must re-register every year. Please check the Library A-Z entry for more details. Sign up online.
- The Wall Street Journal: Individuals must create a personal account while on the network. Once an account is set up, access is via login/password from anywhere, including the mobile WSJ app. Content from the last four years is available on a rolling basis. Sign up online.
- Washington Post: No registration required.
The Library now has a site license for the Wall Street Journal (wsj.com). All users must create an individual account in order to access the content. Once they have activated an account, they will have access to WSJ, WSJ+, WSJ newsletters and podcasts. Users may also download the app for mobile devices.
Any questions may be directed to Jennifer.email@example.com.
The Library is pleased to announce a purchase (in progress) of the following e-book collections:
Palgrave e-book archive (pre-2005).
Palgrave e-books 2005-2015
Springer e-book archive (pre-1997, English)
Palgrave publishes in the social sciences and humanities, whereas Springer focuses on math and sciences. As with our current Palgrave and Springer holdings, these collections are DRM-free and are a one-time purchase with no ongoing payments.
Did you know? As a Trinity faculty member, staff member, or student, you may buy a print copy of Palgrave/Springer e-books on demand for only $24.99 each. Look for the My Copy icon on the e-book table of contents page.