Q. I would like to get a copy of a TIME Magazine article (Oct 6, 2016), "The Truth Is Out There in 2016. Way Out There." How can I do that? Thanks.



Thanks for your question.  We do have a digital subscription to Time magazine in several of our databases.  I did find the article you wanted in this collection and have attached it.

You can access the databases and magazines yourself if you have a valid library card by following these steps:

1. Go to research.boulderlibrary.org/research

In the left hand column about mid way down, you'll see a Journal Look Up tool. This allows you to put in a magazine or journal title in order to see whether or not we have the title in our database collection.

In the case of TIME, I see that we have full text issues in several databases (E.g. Academic Search Premier).

2. Selecting that link will bring me to the publication page for that magazine. I can then browse by issue date on the right side of the page (or can select Search within this publication, from the top left of the screen.

3.Because articles published online usually precede any print publication of the same article, I choose search within the publication without limiting to any date. I searched by only the first part of the article title, and this brought up the article as it was published in the print issue on October 17th.

Please let me know if you have any additional questions, or on your next visit, we'd be delighted to show you other ways to access digital content through our subscriptions.

Kind regards


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