Awesome! The Library is happy to announce that we are now offering our patrons “unlimited” online access to news, features, archives, and educator content from The New York Times. Register your account by clicking on THIS LINK and following the prompts. If you encounter any difficulties or have a question, please contact Ralph Toyama at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Full access to nytimes.com, including everything they’ve published since 1851 (the only limitation is for articles from 1923-1980: users can only access 100 articles per 4 weeks, due to a copyright ruling)
- Mobile apps for phones and tabletsMultimedia, including interactive features (here are their best from 2015), video section, new VR features, and all new multimedia to come
- Each user gets a personal nytimes.com account, which includes:
- Email newsletters
- Customized alerts: get a notification when an article is published about a topic you’re interested in, or get a weekly digest of those articles. This is a particularly useful feature for professors, as they can require students to set a specific alert that functions as curriculum updated in real-time.
- Cross-platform save; any article you save on nytimes.com is easily accessible from any device.
- Article recommendations based on topics you most commonly read about.
- The New York Times InEducation*: a huge range of resources to assist professors to integrate The Times in the classroom
- Our contacts at The New York Times, who will collaborate with students, staff and faculty to maximize awareness of our partnership through faculty workshops, co-curricular activities, contests and other creative methods.
*Disclaimer from The New York Times: The Leeward CC Library pass does not include e-reader editions, Premium Crosswords, Times Insider or The New York Times Crosswords apps. NYTimes apps are not supported on all devices. Access to archived articles within the date range 1923-1980 is limited. You must have a valid email address from a participating organization. Other restrictions may apply.