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Subscription includes access to the New York Times Digital edition for all faculty, staff, and students of Shenandoah University. Coverage is from 1851 to date, with some exceptions. Access to archived articles within the date range 1923-1980 is limited to 5 articles per 24-hours once the subscription has been set up. Does not include Crosswords and Times Insider
HOW TO ACCESS:
First, register for an NYTimes.com subscription. First time registrants please use your SU email account. Your subscription is good for 364 days from the date you activate it; after it expires you can register for a new pass for 364 days by selecting the "Log in here" text. Once registered go to www.nytimes.com and use your sign-in.
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 New York Times articles , custom news alerts, co-curricular activities, and weekly digests in several major subject area, including Biology, Business, Criminal Justice, Economics, and more.
How do you access NYTimes.com/edu?
Once you connect to the database, click “Register ” in the upper right hand corner. From there, follow the instructions to create an account using your SU email address as your username. (Note: This is not the same logon credentials that are used to access the New York Times Digital edition.)
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