UMD Libraries now offers access to the New York Times
UMD students, faculty, and staff now have a full, digital subscription to the New York Times, including cooking and games
UMD students, faculty, and staff can say goodbye to monthly article limits on New York Times digital content. UMD Libraries now offers access to the New York Times to all current students, faculty, and staff, with the New York Times Academic Pass. The Academic Pass provides digital access to all New York Times online content including news from NYTimes.com, The New York Times in Higher Education, NYT Cooking and Games (including the NYT Crossword and Wordle), The Athletic, and Wirecutter.
As a daily newspaper with a worldwide readership of nearly 10 million digital subscribers, the New York Times covers a variety of topics through breaking news articles, blogs, videos, and interactive features. Beyond reading articles, users will be able to share content on social networks, save articles of interest, subscribe to email newsletters, and set up personalized alerts.
UMD students, faculty, and staff can use this helpful resource guide for step-by-step instructions on how to create an account and obtain a pass. Once registered, users will be able to access the New York Times and its full suite of apps on a desktop, laptop, or smart device, both on and off campus.
This access has been made possible through the hard work of Libraries colleagues in Collection Development Strategies and Acquisitions, Continuing Resources, and Data Services. If you have questions, contact email@example.com.
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