Q. Does the library provide access to articles on the Wall Street Journal website?

Answer

Yes, the SMC Library has a site license for SMC community-wide access to WSJ.com. Go to https://partner.wsj.com/partner/saintmaryscollegeCA and create a new account.
 
  1. The authenticated link may take you through the standard, SMC "Campus Authentication Portal" (sign in as you normally would).
  2. The WSJ "Create Account" screen will then be automatically populated with your SMC email and user name.  (Note: If you already have a personal account to WSJ.com using your SMC email, you can change the email pre-entered to another one. Or you can change that personal account to a new email before proceeding with creation of this new account.)
  3. On that registration screen, you'll also be asked to select your account type (faculty, staff, or student) and to then create a password.
  4. You will need to click the box that you agree to their Privacy Policy, Subscription Agreement, and Cookie Policy.
  5. You may uncheck the box to opt out of email updates.
 
After your account has been created, you can simply visit WSJ.com on any computer or mobile device (including the mobile app) and sign in with the account credentials you created.
 
  • Faculty and staff: You will be reminded to renew your access every year. When this happens, you'll just need to revisit the registration link above to reaffirm your affiliation.
 
  • For students: This access will only be available while you are currently enrolled as a student. When creating your account, you will be asked for your anticipated graduation date. Per the license agreement, after you graduate, online access through the SMC Library will no longer be available. 
  • Last Updated Aug 12, 2020
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