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Overview

Library PressDisplay provides instant online access to today's newspapers from around the world in full-color, full-page format. The ever-expanding collection currently includes more than 2,000 U.S. and international titles—from 100 countries in 56 languages. Just like reading the familiar print edition, viewers can browse articles and other key content, such as pictures, advertisements, classifieds, and notices. The service also provides up to a 60-day backfile and the ability to perform keyword searches across all titles and the entire backfile.

Library PressDisplay offers users the most convenient way to read current edition newspapers from around the world. We know you will appreciate the value and the freedom of choice that come with your subscription to Library PressDisplay. Users get access to a wide range of current newspapers from Europe, Latin America, Asia, the Middle East, and the U.S. Best of all--no more waiting for newspapers to arrive. No more expensive delivery fees. No more storage hassles. The service does not require additional software or plug-ins and is the perfect addition to your virtual library services. No matter how big or small your library is, Library PressDisplay is the ideal way to instantly and affordably expand your newspaper collection.

Library PressDisplay features:

  • Front-page News -- the front page of the interface offers categories such as Top News, Business, Sports, and the World in Pictures.
  • Multi-title searching -- users can search across all titles and the entire 60-day rolling archive.
  • Library Administration Tool -- library staff can now control the content that appears on the front page of Library PressDisplay through the use of the new library administration tool. Administrators can also pull usage reports from this tool.
  • Full-page and custom area printing for all titles -- users can print page images, in addition to article-level printing available in SmartNavigation titles.
  • Article Rank -- measures the interest or popularity of an article, which is determined by the length of time readers spend on that specific article and by the overall attention the article received from all users. Article Rank is continually updated to reflect the most current reading preferences as determined by Library PressDisplay readers.
  • My Newspapers -- library staff can customize the front page to display the newspapers their patrons read most.
  • Multilingual Interface -- the interface is available in English, French, Russian, Italian, German, and Arabic.

More about SmartNavigation

SmartNavigation* takes online newspaper reading to a new level with sophisticated digital tools:

  • Instant Translation -- up to 12 major foreign languages available
  • Social Networking -- blog, Digg and link to articles in Facebook or Del.icio.us
  • Sound Integration -- now readers can listen to an audio version of an article through Windows Media Player, while simultaneously reading other newspapers or using other applications
  • Commenting -- join conversations and comment on articles within PressDisplay
  • Table of Contents -- section-by-section list of articles
  • Article Text View -- ASCII text view
  • Article Jumps -- quick link to the rest of the article
  • Live Email -- users can email writers with responses and feedback
  • Related Articles -- users can read additional articles on similar topics
  • Live Display Ads -- visit an advertiser's website to find out more about a featured product
*SmartNavigation features are only available for selected titles at this time.

  • Content Type: Full Image

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