This page has information on magazines, newspapers and journals to use for your professional development or with your students.


INFOHIO LINKS TO ARTICLES AND JOURNALS

(If viewing from home, you will need our district's username and password for INFOhio.)

Below, you will find links to journals that may be of interest to educators and students. When you find a journal of interest, follow the link and articles will be displayed. Select "Date Newest" for most recent articles.
  • To use the read aloud feature, select HTML full text
  • To view images of the journal article as it appears in print, select PDF full text. You can also click through the pages and it feels more like you are reading the actual journal.

EDUCATION

ELEMENTARY and MIDDLE GRADES

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

FINE ARTS

  • Arts & Activities - Articles for classroom art teachers on subjects dealing with art education theory and practice at the elementary and secondary levels
  • Billboard
  • Music Week - Publishes music industry news, sales charts, airplay charts, commentary, features, product information & gossip.
  • Plays - The Drama Magazine for Young People - One-act plays for lower, middle & upper grades. Seven to ten plays per issue.

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

GENERAL INTEREST

  • Boys' Life - general interest magazine, with articles on the outdoors, sports, etc. Published by the Boy Scouts of America.
  • Junior Scholastic - Feature articles, special issues, people profiles, commentary and puzzles for students in grades 7-12.
  • Saturday Evening Post - Features fiction and nonfiction of interest to the American family. Articles cover current events worldwide, sports, travel, people and other subjects of general interest.

HOBBIES & SPECIAL INTEREST

NEWS/CURRENT EVENTS

  • Christian Science Monitor - An international newspaper of the Christian Science Publishing Company
  • New Yorker - Discusses current events and ideas, combining domestic and international news analysis with cartoons, sports, fashion & arts, profiles, short fiction and poetry.
  • Newsweek Global
  • Time

PHYSICAL EDUCATION, SPORTS and HEALTH

SCIENCE

SOCIAL STUDIES

SPECIAL EDUCATION


HOW TO USE THESE LINKS

  • If you are looking for specific articles to share with your students, you can select "refine search" to limit the search by subject and/or lexile level.
  • If you find an article you would like to share with your students, you can:
  • If you would like to keep up with the latest articles, you can create e-mail alerts or and RSS feed. Select the "share" button for these options.
  • If anyone would like help using these resources, please contact Pam Hopkins at the High School.

(For more information, see our Blended Learning and RSS Feeds pages.)


Other Sources (for magazines)

  • MagBot is a full-text magazine reference and research resource offering access to free hot-topic magazine and journal articles for students and teachers. This is worth a look, especially if your students get overwhelmed with EBSCO. It is quicker and easier to navigate. It cites reputable journals including US News and World Report, Forbes, etc.
  • A free on-line magazine service available through the Hamilton County Public Library is called Zinio. Use Zinio to read digital copies of over 250 magazines on your tablet, computer or mobile device. Download as many magazines as you'd like. Click the link to learn how to set up an account.

Other Sources: (for newspapers) - for historic newspapers, see the Primary Resources page

  • Newsdex - An easy to use index of local newspaper articles. (The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County)
  • 50 States- a link to newspapers in each of the 50 states of our nation.