[Eril-l] Experience with Washington Post?

Arndt,Theresa arndtt at dickinson.edu
Thu Aug 18 07:28:12 PDT 2022

Hi Elizabeth - We have had a site license for Washington Post through the LYRASIS consortium for several years.   Our special access instructions for off-campus access will give you an idea of how it works:  https://libguides.dickinson.edu/specialaccess/wapo

We're happy with it despite the extra hoops for off-campus access.   Best, Theresa

Theresa Arndt
Assoc. Director for Library Resources & Administration
Dickinson College
Carlisle, PA 17013
Office/voicemail:  (717) 245-1750
arndtt at dickinson.edu

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Hello all,

My library is currently exploring the possibility of initiating an institutional subscription to Washington Post. I realize that this is not akin to subscribing to a database from a vendor, which is why I am wondering what the process is like for other university/college libraries that have institutional access to the Washington Post? What should I expect? What are the pros and cons?

Any insights and information will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
Elizabeth Henry

Elizabeth Henry | Electronic Resources Librarian

Gallaudet University

I. King Jordan Student Academic Center (JSAC) | Room: 1233

202-250-2855 (VP)

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