The Maclean’s Archives
Global Eagle and the Visual Education Center bring you The Maclean’s Archives, available as either a standalone digital library or as an add-on to your Learn360 subscription, at discounted ERAC prices
What Products are Available?
The Maclean’s Archives is a unique, searchable digital library of every issue, article, photograph and advertisement that has appeared in Maclean’s Magazine in its 113-year history (going back to 1905, when it debuted as “The Business Magazine.”) It contains more than 3,400 issues, with more than 100,000 stories.
With content reaching all the way back to 1905, and with a uniquely Canadian view, The Maclean’s Archives is an amazing research tool for students studying Canadian history, social issues, media studies and much more! You’ll find Canada’s greatest writers and journalists there: Pierre Berton and June Callwood, Peter Newman and Margaret Atwood, Mordecai Richler, Joseph Boyden and Peter Gzowski. Not to mention some you might not expect: Rudyard Kipling, Lucy Maud Montgomery, even George Bernard Shaw. And you’ll see fantastic covers, including work by the likes of A.J. Casson, Alex Colville and Yousuf Karsh.
Users can browse whole issues by year (including the latest issues), or a search engine feature allows users to search the over 420,000 total items available, including every article, cover, advertisement and image published in Maclean’s. Users will be able to filter results by media type, relevance and date (newest to oldest).
Users have access to articles, ads, and images in the visual context of the issue they came from, or switch to “Raw Text” mode to make research even easier. Users may also share items via social media (Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest), get the article permalink for embedding, or print articles and other items on demand.
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