Click here to get set up.
Why create an account? The New York Times is one of the world's most respected and trusted newspapers. With a free NYTimes account, there's NO monthly article limit and you get FREE access to all NYT content, including their archives. Plus, you can access your account from anywhere! Poke around on this guide for tips on making the most of your account.
If students, faculty, or staff set up a Group Pass but are no longer able to access the NY Times - they will likely need to re-authenticate their account. Follow these steps:
1. Navigate to accessnyt.com (from campus)
2. Search for / Select Alverno College. You will be redirected to: https://nytimesineducation.com/access-nyt/alverno-college-milwaukee-wi/
3. If you are ON CAMPUS, CLICK HYPERLINKED "here"; if you are OFF CAMPUS, CLICK BLUE "GO" BUTTON:
4. Log in with existing NYT username and password
If the URL in step one does not work, try: https://myaccount.nytimes.com/verification/digitalpass
For help troubleshooting, see the NYTimes.com group pass help page at: https://help.nytimes.com/hc/en-us/articles/115015957688-NYTimes-com-passes
Tips and Troubleshooting (from https://nytimesineducation.com/access-nyt/alverno-college-milwaukee-wi/):
Current Events & Breaking News
Get up to the minute 24/7 coverage of current events and breaking news stories. From the NYTimes homepage you can toggle to the International edition, the Chinese edition, the Spanish edition, and a reimaged version of today's paper. You have easy access to all 25 sections of the paper, as well as special sections - like their coverage of the 2016 election.
NYTimes also provides regularly updated lists of its most emailed and most viewed content, as well as articles that are recommended for you based on those you've viewed previously. And the best part? They make it super easy to share content through email or social media.
We love the Times Machine (aka the New York Times digital archive)! You have unlimited access to issues from 1851-1922 and 1981-current day. Access to 1923-1980 content is limited to a certain number of issues per day.
To access the Times Machine:
Once you're in the archives you can keyword search using the magnifying glass in the upper right corner or browse by date using the search box at the bottom.
Times Topics are a great way to browse for content on a specific topic. Each page synthesizes all NTimes content, including multimedia content, on a topic dating back to 1981.
How to find Times Topics:
From here you can click into a suggested topic based on current events or browse alphabetically, by person, subject, place, or organization.
We love a good blog and the New York Times has plenty of them to keep us busy. They maintain a number of blogs on News & Politics, Technology, Culture & Media, Health, Family & Education, Style, Travel & Leisure, Magazines, and Opinion.
To find their blogs:
From here, browse through their directory to find one that interests you.
Strapped for time? Don't worry, staying up to date is easy when you set up an alert!
From here, you can set up alerts based on specific keywords or phrases, or you can set up alerts based on general topics. You can also limit your focus to a specific section. When stories are posted to NYTimes, you will receive an email with a link to the relevant content. You can set up your alerts to come on a daily or weekly basis.
Strapped for time? Don't worry, staying up to date is easy with a New York Times Newsletter!
From here, subscribe to any newsletter that catches your interest. The frequency varies and topics include:
Based on the content you view, the New York Times provides a list of articles it thinks you would be interested in.
How to find your recommendations:
The more you content you view, the more likely it will predict something you're interested in!
As part of our access to the New York Times online, you also get access to the New York Times in Education. New content and teaching resources are added to this site by Faculty Contributors on a weekly basis. The "Co-Curricular Activities" and "General Instructional Strategies" sections make it easy and convenient to bring real-life examples and context to the classroom.
This site requires a separate 1-time registration that is different from your NYTimes Online registration. Simply go to www.nytimes.com/edu and click "Register" in the upper right corner to get started. Use your alverno.edu email address and get signed up!
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|At War Blog||Health||Opinion||Upshot|
|Business||Learning Network Blog||Opinionator Blog||Well Blog|
|Dot Earth Blog||Lens Photo Blog||Politics||World|
You can follow your favorite journalists too! Do a quick Google search to find their accounts.
You must be on campus to set up your account. After that you can access it anywhere!
Already set up an account? Click here.
The library also holds the previous 2 months of paper copies. Stop in to check them out.
If students, faculty, or staff set up a Group Pass but are no longer able to access the NY Times - they will likely need to re-authenticate their account. Please see the box to the left, called "NYTimes.com Group Pass Troubleshooting."
As an Alverno patron, you also have access to a number of other newspapers.
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Access 2 months of the following print issues in the library: