On images pages, ORA extracts information about the newspaper, such as its title, and location, and about the specific image, such as the date and page number.
If you arrived at the image page via a search on Newspapers.com, the Control Panel will also include your search term(s).
If a popup appears that provides more details about an article on the page, those details will be added to the Control Panel. If the popup appears after the ORA Control Panel, perhaps because you have clicked somewhere on the image to highlight an article, the Control Panel will not include the details that are present in the popup panel. If you refresh the ORA Control Panel, ORA will extract the details in the current popup.
When viewing Newspapers.com image pages, you may find it useful to collapse the ORA Control Panel and move it over an empty section of the Newspapers.com menubar.
On clipping pages, ORA extracts information about the newspaper, such as its title, and location, and about the page from which the clipping was made, such as the date and page number. The Control Panel will also include the name of the clipping. For clippings you make yourself, you should assign clipping titles that work well with your citation practices and conventions.
For ORA's purposes, Newspapers.com has a single collection. ORA assigns it the name "Newspaper Images".
This page last changed on 28 May 2020.