Answered By: Alicia Estes
Last Updated: Jan 21, 2016     Views: 156

It is not your personal subscription, but the FIT library pays for you to use it for free, 24/7.  Go to our databases page and login from there with your FIT user name and password.
We have subscriptions to WWD Online (with daily updates and content back to 1994) and also WWD Archive with scanned issues back to the very first one in 1910.



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