You have likely seen a headline on social media or received a link from a colleague. Many newspapers are now behind paywalls or only allow viewing a certain number of articles. There are ways around this, but in representing the library we want to ensure all licensing and copyright is respected.
Two recent examples:
Article title online: "When it comes to postsecondary and hiring, it’s a matter of degrees"
Same article in SLC Database: "Rethinking the need for degrees in hiring: As companies deal with labour shortages, it’s time to take another look at postsecondary education requirements"
Find this by searching source, author and part of the title like “postsecondary” or “degrees”
Article title online: "Visually impaired say listing sites need work"
Same article in SLC Database: "Visually impaired say real estate sites need work: In a business where most home buyers start their search online, a large and growing population of visually impaired Canadians could be frustrated or shut out"