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Researchers can quickly and easily search full-text documents from over 17,000 credible sources of information and pinpoint relevant information for a wide range of academic research projects.
More than 2,000 U.S. universities choose LexisNexis Academic for its:
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- Powerful search capability that operates behind simple, fill-in-the-blank search forms
- Fast, easy—anywhere—access that can support unlimited users
- Reliable on-demand support and training for librarians
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Enter your search words and go. No source selection or special commands required, though advanced tools are available. Easy-to-use filters let users narrow their results sets to relevant documents quickly. Plus LexisNexis Academic comes with the following timesaving tools:
- Hot Topics Links provides users with quick, one-click searching capability for the top-trending news directly from the Academic homepage
- Document Delivery to Cloud Storage: Allows users to download up to 500 documents at a time.
- Web News: Allows users to pull results from over 300 LexisNexis® vetted news websites as well as news sources not otherwise available in LexisNexis Academic.
- Portable search “widgets” allow you to put a live LexisNexis Academic search box directly on your library’s website.
- Bibliographic Export tool will easily extract the metadata you need for citations from a single document or list of search results in the format you need: export to RefWorks, .RIS format for import into other citation services, or displayed in a new window using MLA, APA and Chicago formats.
- Permalinking tool provides permanent document-level links so that researchers can easily return to documents at a later time.
- Find and search specific sources quickly—by topic, language, geography and more. Also get ready access to coverage, update schedule and other source details.
- Use indexing terms: LexisNexis SmartIndexing Technology™ terms—people, subject, company and more—are added to all news content.
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With more than 17,000 business, legal and news sources, LexisNexis Academic offers one of the most robust and thorough research tools available to college faculty and students. Get access to:
- News research sources—current and deep archives
- More than 3,000 newspapers from around the globe
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- Federal court decisions, including U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Appellate Courts and U.S. District Courts from their inception plus specialty courts such as U.S. Bankruptcy and U.S. Tax Courts
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From the U.S. Supreme Court to the most reputable news sources and vetted Web sources, your users can cite sources with confidence.
Get deep, permanent archives. LexisNexis maintains archives for all of its sources. Time-sensitive content, such as wire services, is updated throughout the day. You can check each source for updating schedule.
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—Oakton Community College Professor
LexisNexis is an irreplaceable tool for research that requires combing of journalistic publications. I use it frequently in my research and teaching, and encourage students to use it in their own research.
—University of Virgina Professor of Economics
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—Professor of Political Science at SUNY at New Paltz
“When students can’t find information, I always send them to LexisNexis and they are thrilled when they find all the information they are looking for—and then some—for their papers. Our faculty often use LexisNexis for their assignments.”
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“LexisNexis Academic is my go-to source for education law. After a bit of instruction, students usually find what they need. If is our primary source for news articles and is our only source for current articles from The New York Times. Many students and faculty also use it for book and film reviews. I find it useful for company information, including financials. Overall, it is a multifaceted product that we would find difficult to replace.”
—St. Louis University Electronic Resources Librarian
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—Hunter College Professor
“I teach a course on the European Union, and students find the LexisNexis news search, which includes many European sources in English, to be absolutely invaluable in researching their papers.”
—Temple University Professor
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—University of California-Riverside, Professor of Sociology, Chair
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—University of California-Riverside, Professor of Sociology, Chair