Our Periodicals Collection contains over 100 journal, magazine, and newspaper titles that can be read in the comfort of our
Magazine Reading Room on the Third Floor of the Main Library. Current issues of magazine do not circulate,
but back issues do (visit our FAQ page for more information.) For a list of our current newspapers, click here.
Access the list of our current journals/magazines here.
RB Digital Magazines for Libraries, the world's largest digital library newsstand, offers full-color, interactive digital magazines.
Browse the Elizabeth Public Library's collection of popular titles with no holds, no checkout periods,
and no limit to the number of magazines you can download. Click here to access RB Digital Magazines
No limits: Check out as many issues as you want and keep them in your account indefinitely.
· Current issues: New issues are released simultaneously with the print edition and are ready for immediate download.
Easy browsing: Browse the magazine titles one at a time, by title, by language, or by category
· Instant reading: Read articles easily on your PC or Mac computer.
· Convenient apps: Download magazines with the free RB Digital app for iPad, iPhone/iPod Touch, Android and Kindle Fire/HD/HDX.
A broad selection of online international newspapers are available for you to read through our World Book Online subscription.
Click here to log-in and choose from a long list of countries.
NYTimes.com Passes grant digital access to The New York Times for a predefined period of time.
Your access will continue until the expiration time indicated when you activate your pass.
An Elizabeth Public Library is required for access. To obtain a pass, click here.
Explore Newark history through local news, events and people with the Star Ledger Collection. Search current and archived issues
with full-color newspaper pages, full-text articles and content only published online. Also available remotely 24/7 on any device.
|Research Journal Databases|
EBSCOhost offers access to abstracts and full-text articles
from academic, elementary, and professional journals, magazines, newspapers, encyclopedias, and other sources.
An Elizabeth Public Library is required for access.
For access, visit here.