Google News gathers headlines from news sources worldwide and categorizes them based on subject, and tailors them to personal interests over time. So instead of having one new source and finding the subject that interests you within that news source, Google provides you with the subjects and articles from many new sources. With a UConn Google account, you have to opt-in to Public Services in order to use Google News.
|Google News expandable story boxes A Google News story box is a group of articles about the same news event. These boxes reflect how Google News organizes various articles and multimedia items for a given story. To learn more click here.|
|Editors’ Pick Editors’ Picks is a feature that allows publishers to showcase original, innovative news content that they have on their site at any given time. This content may include long-form narrative articles, slideshows, interactive graphics, or video stories. To learn more click here.|
|Email this story Any time you’re viewing articles on the Google News home page or standard sections, you can find an Email this story link. Click that link and you’ll be able to enter your friend’s email address, as well as customize the subject and message. Click here for more tips.|
|Realtime coverage pageNews stories are constantly changing and developing. To get the most up-to-the-minute information on the stories that matter to you, you can visit the Google News realtime coverage page. To learn more click here.|