Thursday, Mar 30, 2017
Today's Hours: 7:30am - 12:00am
Student Services and Mikkelsen Library have partnered to offer the campus an educational site license for the New York Times (NYT) which includes a special service tailored for college curriculum called New York Times in Education. Access includes the New York Times Digital edition as well as the International, Spanish, and Chinese editions. The NY Times Digital includes articles from 1851 to present, with some expceptions. Access to archived articles between 1923-1980 is limited. This does not include the crosswords or Times Insider.
Please note that you MUST be authenticated (using your login on campus or via proxy off-campus) to create your account. After that, you can access the resource from any of your devices from any location.
To create your account for the New York Times, follow these steps:
1. Navigate to this link NYT Academic Pass (currently must be on campus to create account)
2. Click "Create Account"
3. Complete the registration fields (we recommend using your .edu email)
4. Test your login at www.nytimes.com
Once you have created your account. Search New York Times in the app store for your device. Download & install the app. Use your NYT account information to login.
New York Times in Education
Provides both educators and students the ability to make the most of NYTimes.com's digital 24/7 content, faculty contributions, curated NY Times articles, custom news alerts, co-curricular activities and weekly digests in several major subject areas including American Government, Biology, Business, Economics, International Relations, Psychology, Religious Studies, Writing & English Composition and more.
Navigate to http://nytimesineducation.com to create an account.
If you have previously registered your email address on The New York Times site, you will click the "Log in here" link below the "Create Account" button listed in Step 2.
Once registered, users will have 364 days of full account access, after which they must re-register their email address.
Also, for information about how you can link to content or share articles, refer to the NY Times rights policies.