To all SOAS Law staff & students,
From yesterday we have trial access to FT.com for a month - full access to all content from the Financial Times, including everything from the last month.
We already have access to a large number of FT articles through Access World News but the FT do not allow third party providers access to the latest month. In addition Access World News does not include all content from the FT. Direct access via FT.com includes every item from the printed version, not just the major articles & comment/analysis pieces.
To access go to:
Click on Start your free trial, then register.
A subscription to FT.com is expensive so we need plenty of evidence to show how it could support teaching/learning/research across different Schools/Departments.
Please send any comments to my colleague Farzana Whitfield, Subject Librarian for South Asia & Development Studies, on:
In particular we would welcome comments relating to how the additional content, beyond what we already have on Access World News, would support you in your teaching/learning/research and also how you find using the FT.com website in comparison with Access World News in terms of searching, user-friendliness etc.
Guide to using FT:
Download the FT app and bring yourself up to speed on the way to work.
Understand what happened last night and what is likely to happen today.
Sign up for First FT and receive our morning briefing in your inbox.
Prep for the Meeting
Search for news related to the company and key people.
Set up a myFT alert to be notified when we publish an article related to them.
Access company data and directors' dealings using Markets Data (more info).
Visit the FT.com homepage to be brought up to speed.
Receive Free Lunch to your inbox and be guided through the likely impact of today's global economics news.
Track Your Clients and Portfolio
Monitor changes to your portfolio and client companies through the Portfolio Tool (more info).
View your myFT news feed for stories relating to your clients or topics that interest you.
Review the Day
Receive a round up of the days' markets news after the closing bell on Wall Street with Authers' Note.
Kick back, relax and plan for the weekend with Life and Arts.