Answered By: Vicki Sciuk Last Updated: Jun 01, 2018 Views: 156
Make sure you are logged into Blackboard, or use this link from the Databases page: http://ezproxy.library.berkeley.org/Login?url=http://wwd.com
We have access to the full-text of recent issues (the last year) for 40 concurrent users using that Berkeley Libraries link to the WWD website. So as long as no more than 40 Berkeley students and faculty are in WWD at the same time, you should be able to get all the newer articles.
For older articles - WWD's "archive" - we have back issues of WWD in full-text in several databases, although they don't have photos. Here are a couple that link directly to the list of many older issues of WWD:
- Gale GeneralOne File - 01/1984 - Current
- ProQuest Central - 12/2000 - Current
In order to find where Berkeley has the full-text of WWD, or any other publication, you can use the library Journal Finder.
You will find the"Journal Finder" on the library Blackboard page, when you click on "Research/Explore."
When the new page opens, type in the search box "WWD' to find out which database contains WWD and what dates are covered. Or for a different publication, type in that title. Then click on the name of the database to go directly to the page that has all the issues of that magazine, newspaper, or journal.