You may know that UM Libraries has had access to the New York Times through ProQuest for years. The subscription allowed for basic access to the text of articles in HTML formatting (meaning no photojournalism or ability to read the full articles on the New York Times website).
The new NYT subscription allows for full access to all news content on NYTimes.com (sorry – NYT Cooking and Games are not available in this subscription).
To get started reading today, set up your NYTimes.com account using the following steps:
The steps above are demonstrated in this video.
TimesMachine provides searchable and browsable page scans of every issue of The New York Times published between 1851 and 2002. Articles from 1851-1980 are also available as PDF downloads.
This is a great resource for those interested in seeing what was in the news on a particular day in history or want to look at historical advertising.
Visit nytimes.com/newsletters and discover more than 80 newsletters available on a daily or weekly basis. Find a subject relevant to your discipline or interests and get insights from The Times directly in your inbox. Grace O’Hanlon recommends the Breaking News, Canada Letter, and Education Briefing newsletters!
Academic Site License also includes access to the education resource website, nytimes.com/edu which provides the following features:
If you are interested in learning more about newspapers available through UM Libraries, Caroline Chatman and Grace O’Hanlon are delivering a 1-hr workshop, Searching Newspaper Archives, about just that – details below!
Step into a world of captivating stories, historical insights, and research treasures with our upcoming workshop: Searching Newspaper Archives. Join us as we dive into the pages of renowned newspapers from around the world, local newspapers, and newspapers highlighting specific issues.
In-person workshop: October 3, 2023, at 12:30 p.m. in the Brown Lab, Elizabeth Dafoe Library
Online workshop: October 18, 2023, at 2:30 p.m. (registration link)