Top Picks: Streaming Video and Online News Access From Libraries – Syracuse University News

Streaming services and digital news subscriptions are more popular than ever, and the Libraries frequently receive questions about what students and other members of the University community can access.
With over 700 databases, campus users have access to tons of great services from streaming movies and documentaries to digital news subscriptions. Here are just a few highlights that every member of the Syracuse University community should know about!
All resources can be found in the Libraries’ database menu by name. Some resources do require specific login instructions.
These are just a few examples of the content and services that all students, faculty and staff should know about. Feel free to check these out and explore what else the Libraries has to offer on its website or ask the staff for help!
Story by Dan Mulvhill G’21, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
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