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Accessing The New York Times

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Online access:
Fredonia students, faculty, and staff can visit the New York Times Academic Passes website and register using their fredonia.edu email address. Each pass offers access to 5 archived articles and 24 hours of unlimited access to articles since 1980.

Print copies:
Complimentary print copies of The New York Times are available to Fredonia students, faculty, and staff in Thompson Hall, Fenton Hall, McEwen Hall, and the Williams Center.

Using The New York Times in Your Classes

If you plan to incorporate The New York Times into your courses, please send a copy of your syllabus showing The New York Times as required reading, along with your contact information, to adam.ritter@nytimes.com to receive a complimentary print or digital subscription for the duration of your course. (If you are requiring students to read The Times online, you will receive a complimentary digital subscription. If you are requiring students to read The Times in print, you will receive a complimentary Monday—Friday print subscription to the paper, with free digital access.)

If you are interested in incorporating content from The New York Times in Leadership, please also note this in your syllabus, and access will be arranged for the duration of the term.

Visit the New York Times in Education website to find ways to integrate The Times into your course, including an extensive library of instructional strategies from faculty already using The Times.

About The New York Times in Education

The New York Times states:

The Times engages students every day by letting them make connections between what they study in their coursework and the events, issues and trends playing out across the pages of The Times. Educators across the country use The Times as the highest-quality source of news and analysis. With its variety of style and content, The Times can enhance a host of disciplines.

If you have questions regarding the program, or if you would like a to schedule a demo on accessing NYT content, please contact Dawn Eckenrode in the Professional Development Center.

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