Access to the New York Times

Exciting news!  App State Libraries is now providing full access to the New York Times, which can be viewed on your browser or mobile phone app! 

Please see below for more information on signing up.  Your account will be good for 4 years. All of the NYT  resources can be used in instruction, and please note that versions in Spanish and Mandarin are available! Also, lesson plans and learning resources on a variety of disciplines and issues are available through NYT InEducation and The Learning Network.

For an  Access Walkthrough Video,  please click on the link.

The subscription offers more than just unlimited news access, please see a below is a brief recap:

 The InEducation and Learning Network Guidebook (attached below) includes key details and features of the two great learning tools: The New York Times inEducation website and The Learning Network. ( and ).  The sites provide: 

  • Over 1,000 resources published each year to ensure materials are relevant and up to date
  • Lesson plans 
  • News and geography quizzes 
  • Student opinion questions 
  • Picture prompts and graph prompts 
  • Current events conversations 
  • Writing curriculum 
  • Contests 
  • Professional development webinars 

  Users Access Information:

Once registered, faculty/staff have 4 years of full account access, after which they must re-authenticate by visiting Students have access until 12/31 of the graduation year they choose.

~  Please note:  If you are already a paid digital subscriber to the NYT, you cannot sign up for the academic pass version. You will get an "access unavailable" message when you try to sign up.




Published: Aug 9, 2022 11:53am