WSJ.com is now available at Penn

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The Penn Libraries are pleased to announce that access to WSJ.com is now available to Penn students, faculty and staff. This subscription includes access to the most recent three months of content published on WSJ.com, including the daily edition of the Wall Street Journal, as well as content exclusive to its online publication. To get started, use this link to set up an account with WSJ.com using your Penn email address.

WSJ.com expands the libraries’ access to content published by the Wall Street Journal Online previously accessible through Dow Jones Factiva to include video, interactive graphics, podcasts and more. WSJ.com offers an interactive version of the daily print edition of WSJ directly from its landing page via the “Today’s Paper” feature. Users can page through a digital replica of the newspaper that is can be browsed by section and downloaded in PDF format.
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With a WSJ.com account, users also gain access to the “My WSJ” feature, which offers a wide variety of industry-specific newsletters and alerts that can be delivered directly to readers’ inboxes. Topics include economics, technology, leadership, culture and arts, politics and much more. Users can further personalize their experience by saving articles for future use and creating a watchlist of companies, funds, indices and other options for easy access to news and daily figures.
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Once you’ve set up an account, be sure to download the WSJ app on your iOS or Android device. Simply login with your username and password to access all of the same features available on WSJ.com for when you are on the go.
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To read more about how to access the Wall Street Journal through the Penn Libraries, our Business FAQ.