SU Access to NYT and NYT in Education

  • Screenshot of libguide for NYT in Education
    Screenshot of libguide for NYT in Education
    Theresa Zelasko

The library now offers digital access to both platforms

Smith Library Center is pleased to announce digital access to the New York Times daily newspaper on your computer, smartphone, or tablet.  Get the news each day along with other digital-only content via the web or the NYT app. You must register for both platforms (see details below).  

As part of our access to the New York Times Online, you’ll also get access to the New York Times in Education.  This is a new resource to help both educators and students make the most of our subscription.  New content and teaching resources are added to this site on a weekly basis by Faculty contributors from a variety of institutions.

Previously, archived issues of the NYT (1851-present) were only available on microfilm in the library. The microfilm will remain, but the library will no longer purchase new microfilm.

For information and instructions how how to register for access to these two platforms, please see our libguide, created especially for this purpose. You’ll find FAQs and directions there. 

What’s included:

  • NYTimes App
  • Full daily NYT content
  • Archive (dating back to 1851)
  • NYT Cooking app (17K recipes that you may save and access across platforms - iOS only)
  • NYT Virtual Reality app - which allows you (with a VR viewer) to experience some NYT content in 3D
  • Daily 360 content - two dimensional, but provides 360° views (with mobile device or using a mouse)
  • Podcasts (including new “Daily” podcast)
  • Video content
  • Newsletters (there are a variety of topics that you may subscribe to)

Not Included:

  • Premium crossword puzzle app (we know…boo!)

  • Unlimited access to some historical articles–a limit of 5 per day is imposed on those between 1923-1980.

 

Related Content

30.634358; -97.665635