Online Research

Magazines and Newspapers


Databases

(You will need your Chandler Library card and 4-digit PIN to access these resources.)

General
MasterFILE Complete (Learn how to use this database!)
Magazine articles from Consumer Reports found here. Also includes scholarly/peer-reviewed articles.

InfoTrac Newstand
An innovative Web-based full-text newspaper database which allows users to search articles instantly by title, headline, date, newspaper section or other assigned fields.

Zinio
Zinio for Libraries, a selection of over 380 magazines in different languages, is available for simultaneous viewing 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There are no limits to how many magazines you can view and can access anywhere via a web browser or one of the many Zinio apps available for desktop, mobile device, or tablet. Click here to download your free app now (optional). To view Zinio library patron setup step-by-step, click here. To start downloading magazines, click here

Gale PowerSearch
Provides researchers with access to almost all the Gale content in your library's collection through a single search.


Academic OneFile 
For anyone working on a research paper that requires peer-reviewd sources, this is the databases to show them. It offers coverage of hard sciences, medicine, engineering, and business, plus full-text access to the London Times, Financial Times, and current issues of The New York Times.

Consumer Health Complete
Provides everyday consumer health information, including all areas of health and wellness from mainstream medicine to the many perspectives of complementary, holistic and integrated medicine.

You can find a complete list of databases on our A-Z databases page. Most of these databases can be accessed from home, using your library card and PIN numbers.

Need Scholarly Journals?  Check the "Scholarly," "Peer Reviewed" or "Refereed Publications" option when you do your search if it is present (e.g. in Academic OneFile, General OneFile or Masterfile Complete). If you are a college or university student, your school library likely subscribes to databases with better coverage of scholarly and professional journals, which you can probably access using your student ID. See our Libraries page for links.
 


Additional resources

The Chandler libraries subscribe to various print newspapers and magazines, and we keep select archives. (Archive span varies depending on the publication.) Magazines and newspapers can be used in the library or photocopied; some magazines may be checked out. 

  1. Search our catalog by magazine or newspaper title to see if we own it in print (and how far back it is kept).
  2. See a list of all of our magazines or a list of all of our newspapers (you may want to sort by title for better browsing). 
  3. Call 480-782-2800 to find out which titles are available. 

Looking for an article from a particular magazine? Click on the "Title list" link next to a database to see what magazines, journals or newspapers are indexed in it and what the full-text coverage is.

Local News

Arizona Republic
Phoenix-area and statewide news.

Chandler Arizonan Archives (in progress)
The Chandler Museum has partnered with the Chandler Public Library to digitize microfilm images of the Chandler Arizonan. 

East Valley Tribune
News focused on Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, Queen Creek, Tempe and Apache Junction.

San Tan Sun News
News about the Southern Chandler area.

National News

US Newspaper List
 



Arizona Newspapers and Other News Resources from the Arizona State Library 
The latest print copies of Arizona Newspapers are kept in the Law and Research Library in the 1938 addition to the Capitol Building. Newspapers dating from Arizona’s Territorial period through two years ago and all newspapers on microfilm are housed in the Polly Rosenbaum Archives and History Building located near the Capitol at 1901 W. Madison Street, in Phoenix. Online access to newspapers is available at both buildings through AZlibrary.