The UO Libraries have launched a two-year pilot partnership with The Wall Street Journal. Current students, faculty and staff can register to get complimentary access to WSJ.com, the WSJ mobile app, podcasts, and educator tools now through August 2024. Recognized as a leading source for business and finance, The Wall Street Journal also covers U.S. and world news, politics, arts and culture.
During the trial, we will track usage to understand how this resource is used and how its benefits compare to other resources in our collection. While we expect the WSJ to be popular, the cost of access is high in comparison to other library resources. At the end of two years, the Libraries will decide whether to continue the subscription. It is important that users understand that this is a trial and access is temporary.
Click the link for the Wall Street Journal Online and follow the instructions to set up your account. Once you've logged into the UO Library link, you can use any email account to set up your WSJ account (not just @uoregon).
Once activated, your account will provide access to WSJ.com via the website and mobile apps.
Faculty and staff will be prompted to reactivate their accounts on an annual basis.
If you already have a paid subscription and are using your UO email: You must contact WSJ Customer Service at 1-800-JOURNAL (568-7625) and ask that your current subscription be canceled before you can activate your account under the UO Libraries' subscription.
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