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Free New York Times digital subscriptions for all MCLA students, staff, and faculty!

by Emily Alling on 2020-01-02T09:41:30-05:00 in News, Library Resources, Communications & Mass Media | Comments
New for 2020! Everyone with an mcla.edu email address is now eligible to sign up for a free subscription to the New York Times digital edition (website and/or mobile app)! Just follow these simple directions: 
 
  1. Navigate to accessnyt.com
  2. Search for and select Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. You will be redirected to the NYT registration page. 
  3. Click "Create Account" and complete the form. You must use your @mcla.edu email address​.
  4. Verify your account.

You will receive a confirmation email (check your spam folder if you don't see it within a couple of minutes). You must click the link in this email to complete the registration.

 

MCLA's digital subscription includes most nyt.com content, with a few exceptions. 
  • The crossword and e-reader (Kindle, Nook, etc.) editions are not included in MCLA's subscription package.
  • Access to some of the archive (1923-1980) may be limited. (The library does have most of those years on microfilm, which, if you haven't used it before, is a real treat.)
Your MCLA New York Times account WILL work with the NYT Food app
 
The NYT in Education website (faculty focused site that includes 16 discipline-specific areas of study, discussion prompts, learning outcomes, Instructional Strategies, and Co-Curricular Activities)  is a separate website and requires its own username/password.  You must register for access (and use your @mcla.edu email address) here: 

nytimesineducation.com/register

We hope that you find this subscription useful! If you experience any issues while activating or using your subscription, please contact the library.


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