Reminder: New York Times and Chronicle of Higher Education
Dear Puget Sound Colleagues,
This is a friendly reminder that Collins Library offers you full and unlimited access to two important online resources.
- We offer access to all of the content on the New York Times web site for our entire campus community. ASUPS has provided some funding to support this program.
If you have not already signed up for your account we encourage you to do that. Once you’ve registered for an account, which you must do from within the campus network (i.e. on-campus), you may “log in” to that account from anywhere, anytime.
To register go to: http://accessnyt.com
Click “Create Account” and complete the registration fields using your @pugetsound.edu email address.
Once you establish your account, there are many options. We’d like to recommend you take a look at the Tools & Services page. From this page you can set up email alerts, sign up for newsletters, and explore the TimesMachine which gives you the option to review archival content dating from Volume 1, Number 1 published in 1851 up until 2002.
- We also offer access to The Chronicle of Higher Education. Use this link for access either on or off-campus.
You may also choose to set up an individual account on the Chronicle’s site in order to sign up for newsletters, comment on stories, and set up a personal profile.
If you have any questions about either of these resources, please contact Andrea J. Kueter, Social Sciences Librarian & Coordinator of Electronic Resources: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Need Information? Don’t forget the Collins Memorial Library – Library Guides
Questions? Contact your liaison librarian
Comments: Contact Jane Carlin, library director
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