The UNC Law Library is pleased to announce that we have a
new digital subscription to the Financial Times available for all law school faculty, students and staff. The Financial
Times is a daily international newspaper, headquartered in London, with especially good coverage of
business and economic news. FT offers options for customizing your homepage and creating alerts. Faculty and students can create virtual reading lists of articles to share with classes or colleagues. FT also provides a number of curated newsletters on different topics.
Choose this link (ft.com/unclaw) from a law
school or law library desktop computer (NOT a
mobile device). FT will send a follow-up email with authentication instructions. Once registered, you can download the FT app to a mobile device
or use FT.com from anywhere you have an internet connection.
A great introductory video to the Financial Times can be
found here: https://youtu.be/oT16rx-tvs4
Customize with Topics and Alerts:
Once you have created an account, you can customize your
Financial Times subscription by choosing topics and setting up daily or weekly
1) To choose topics, enter keywords in the search bar, or
use Topics listed within an article you are reading. Topics are bolded in red
or blue. Topics can be countries, companies, themes, or people.
2) To set up alerts, go to the Contact preferences page
in your myFT hub and make sure you are subscribed to the myFT Email Digest. You
can choose Daily or Weekly delivery.
Virtual Reading List:
You can also set up a virtual reading list, which you can
share with your students or classmates:
1) Once signed in to FT, click on "MyFT" link at the top right on the homepage.
2) In the white bar across the top, click on "saved articles." From that page, click on "create list." Give your list a name, and click Save.
3) To add articles, click on the Save icon on the left
side of any article page to add it to your list.
4) To share the list link, go to your list via the Saved
articles tab in myFT. Set the list to Public at the top of the page. Click
Share, and right click to copy the list, which you can then share with your
students, classmates, or colleagues.
Check out https://www.ft.com/newsletters for all of the FT newsletters.
Posted by Ellie Campbell on Mon. March 16, 2020 10:00 AM