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Encyclo from Nieman Journalism Lab

Encyclo from Nieman Journalism Lab is an encyclopedia-style resource about the future of news and includes a variety of subjects and detailed summaries of their importance, links to articles so you can follow the conversation, and key industry competitor information.  And the entries are updated regularly as new contributions and innovations develop in the field.  Search Encyclo entries here!

You may also follow Nieman and their latest developments on Twitter – @niemanlab.

NYT Digital Subscriptions

NYT Digital SubscriptionsThe New York Times has announced a move to digital subscriptions on March 28th.  Read A Letter to Our Readers About Digital Subscriptions here.  There a number of details surrounding the new system, which allows readers to click on up to 20 stories a month, with a couple of additional unrestricted access options.  For details, please see The New York Times’ FAQ.

So what does this mean for Columbia affiliates?  You will still have access to The New York Times through the over a dozen online current and historical subscription links of Columbia University Libraries – http://clio.cul.columbia.edu:7018/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=3327564. When you graduate, as an alum of the university, you will continue to have access to The New York Times and other newspapers and content through special vendor subscription arrangements, including ProQuest Newspapers and Factiva.

In the meantime, stay tuned and check out the following thoughts/in’s-and-out’s on the new paywall – perhaps the devil is not in the details!

SPOTLIGHT: The Nieman Reports

NiemanReportsLogoThe Nieman Reports is a publication from the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard and contains a wealth of information on journalism as an industry, what it means to be a journalist, rights and responsibilities of news organizations, and more – explore CUL’s subscription Nieman Reports issues hereCheck out the current Winter issue and stay tuned for Spring!  And did you also know that you can follow the Nieman Reports via Twitter and subscribe via RSS feed?