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Wall Street Journal at the Drew Library: For Faculty- WSJ resources for Professors

FAQ for professors using WSJ

WSJ resources for Professors

Here are links to videos demonstrating the use of the professor tools. 

How-To Guides

Download the guides to discover simple and seamless ways to incorporate WSJ’s broad content into online classes. 

Download- wsj.com/howtoguides

Here are the full list of the professor tools links, along with other great resources for students:

WSJ resources for Professors

WSJ provides resources and support for professors wishing to use the WSJ in their classes .

 

 

Student resources

Here are tools to recommend to your students :

Student Noted

The WSJ Noted. Adviser network is an online community that provides an important connection between The Wall Street Journal and young audiences. Members of this cohort will work with the WSJ staff to help expand the lessons of the five-week investing challenge across various platforms and partnerships. They will also help our reporters and editors gain a better understanding of the financial concerns young people have as they navigate their careers.

WSJ Student Hub

Explore curated sections on job hunting, professional development, work/life balance and personal finance.

WSJ Podcast

As We Work

A podcast about the changing dynamics of the workplace. Every week, we’ll hear from people who are challenging and reevaluating life at work - and talk to experts and Wall Street Journal colleagues about navigating the shifting environment. 

WSJ Newsletters

WSJ+

Events, offers and insights included with your membership to The Wall Street Journal.

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