Answered By: Berkeley College Library
Last Updated: Sep 02, 2020     Views: 1249

The Wall Street Journal can be accessed from the A-Z Databases list on the library website. Full text articles are found in the ProQuest database.

  • Once on the A-Z list of databases, click on "W" and select “Wall Street Journal”
  • When the new window opens, you can type your search terms into “Search Within this Publication” box, or browse for a specific issue by date at the bottom of the page.


You can also get to the list from Canvas:

  • From your course in Canvas, click on Library from the white course navigation bar
  • Then click on the blue A-Z Databases icon, and follow the directions above. 


It is also possible to limit to articles from the Wall Street Journal directly from ProQuest Central search results.  

  • From the A-Z Database page:
  • Click on the letter P to find "ProQuest Central". 
  • Once you are on the ProQuest search page, type in your search terms.  
  • After the results load, scroll through the "Limit by" area toward the bottom left, until you get to "Publication title".
  • Then click the dropdown arrow next to it, and "More Options"; find Wall Street Journal and check the "Include" box next to it, then "Apply"
  • If you're not seeing WSJ, click on the blue "Publication Title" at the top of the list, so it will re-sort them into alphabetical order.  
  • You will now only have results from that publication. 



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