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Online Journal Subscriptions
Current SJR State students & faculty can access these titles with their MySJRState username and password.

Online Subscriptions with Personal Account Options
Some of the Library's subscriptions allow for personal accounts to be made. With your own account (that is tied to the Library's subscription), you have full access to the resources but can also use special features on each platform. Personal accounts also enable you to access the resources from any personal device.

SJR State students, faculty, and staff may register for full access to the New York Times online and maintain this personal account for 364 days. Once your days are up, you will need to renew your account.

TO REGISTER OR RENEW

  1. Visit nytimesineducation.com/access-nyt/  You will only use this link to register or renew. Please note: Chrome works better than Firefox or Internet Explorer.
  2. Search for St. Johns River State spelled exactly this way and select the college when it displays.
  3. Using your SJR State email address, do one of the following:
    1. If you have previously registered your SJR State email address on The New York Times site or the site tells you that your SJR State email address has been used before click the Already have an account? Log in here link.
    2. If you have never registered for online access to the New York Times before, click "Create Account" and complete the fields.
  4. Check your SJR State email to verify your account. You will receive an email from: NYTimes.com subject: Confirm Your Email Address. Click the link in that email.
  5. The link sends you back to the NYT registration site to “redeem your pass.” Select Student or Faculty/Staff and click Sign Up
  6. Confirmation. You will see a confirmation page with your details:

screen shot of academic pass

 

Click Go To New York Times at the bottom of the page to begin enjoying your unlimited access!

 

If you're on campus, you can visit The Chronicle and have Premium access without having an account. If you want to access The Chronicle off-campus, you need to register for an account. It's still free to you and you'll still have Premium access :)