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New York Times Online 

Access

For unlimited, free access to The New York Times web site or app content, you must register for a personal account first.

Access to articles only from 1851 - present is available through 2 databases & does not require a personal account. if prompted, sign in with your MySJRstate username and password. 

Licensing

The SJR State Library has an institutional license that affords all faculty (and students) access to an unlimited number of articles & web content for free with no monthly limits, access to NYT Cooking and access to current and past editions of the Today's Paper feature. Full access to the NYT's crosswords is NOT included in the Library's subscription. 

Accessibility

Videos produced and provided by the NYT are closed captioned and transcripts are provided. Articles can be saved in formats compatible with screen readers.

Canvas Integration

Faculty can use articles from the NYT online in Canvas. Saving an article as a pdf file and uploading that pdf into Canvas is highly recommended. If you link to an article, keep in mind that students will hit a monthly limit unless they register for an account. 

The NYT provides the embed code for its videos. This code can be pasted into the HTML of any Canvas module. 


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