Besides academic journals, EBSCO has some magazines in their results and I saw that Science News is one of them.
- First I went to the Sunset Library Resource page and chose Academic Search Complete https://www.beaverton.k12.or.us/depts/IT/Library-Resources/Pages/sunset.aspx
- You are automatically logged on when on campus; off campus needs your username and password.
- I chose Advanced Search but didn’t put anything in search (but you could) and just checked full text and wrote Science News for the publication and chose Search.
- This gives results from the magazine. Then I changed the Relevance drop down menu to Date Newest and it displays all the Science News articles in reverse chronological order and most are PDFs from the magazine.
- You could also filter it by Cover Story if you only want more in depth stories.
- When you open the PDFs of each issue you can advance through the issue pages a few at a time and easily switch to a different issue.
Nifty tip: If you use a Chrome browser and are logged into your Google account you can “print” the articles directly to Google Drive – either the PDF or the HTML version.
Note: Not all sources have original PDFs from the magazines – some are just the article text. Some other science sources I found when searching (beside academic journals): Popular Science, New Scientist, Science Now, Current Science, Scientific American, plus Time, US News & World Report, and Newsweek.