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Go to the Rutgers Libraries home page scroll below the QuickSearch search bar to Resources. Click the first result Databases.
Once on the Database page find the letter F for Factiva. Factiva will be the first result. You will be directed to sign in to Factiva using your Rutgers NetID.
The default Factiva search is a freeform search bar. Librarians recommend you click on the Search Form option on the left side of the search bar.
Once you are in the Search Form you can narrow your search by company, author, subject, and more.
Once you’ve searched your initial subject you can limit your search further on the left-hand sidebar.
Try clicking the Newstand page and then Factiva pages for the latest articles from major publications. You can search on these pages for all of the latest stories about your search subject.
On the left sidebar of each search, there is a Keyword section that gives other relevant keywords found in the search articles.
Factiva lets you listen to articles. Click on the article you're interested in reading. On the upper left-hand side, there is a speaker button that reads “Listen to Article.” Click the button and then click download for an mp3 of the article.
For more information about Factiva check out the libguide below.
Check out this Factiva tutorial created by the Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies librarian, Kayo Denda.
Where to find information about reproductive law in mainstream news
Reproductive Rights in the News
Below you will find a list of Google newsfeed results based on search terms provided throughout this guide. Please carefully discern the credibility of any chosen article. These headlines should give you an idea of the buzz surrounding reproductive rights and issues.