Library adds Maclean’s Magazine to archive

Chatham-Kent Public Library cardholders can now access every issue of Maclean’s Magazine from 1905 to 2014, all from the comfort of their own homes through the Maclean’s Magazine Archive.

The Maclean’s Magazine Archive, which includes more than 5,000 issues and 100,000 stories from Canada’s national current affairs magazine, can be accessed 24/7 from any location with an internet connection.

“This is a great tool for researchers and students interested in 20th century history, political science, cultural studies, women’s studies, sociology and many more research areas,” stated library staff in a media release.

Don’t have a library card? Only want to use the library’s virtual resources? Now you can access the Maclean’s Magazine Archive and thousands of other magazines, ebooks, movies, and more from Chatham-Kent Public Library’s digital library with a Virtual Library Card. These cards are free to obtain and can be applied for directly at www.ckpl.ca/virtualcards.

 

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