We now have a site license to NYTimes.com available for cadets, faculty, and staff with USMA email addresses. Below is information on how to set up access. You may also view a brief video tutorial on setting up an academic pass.
What is included:
- Unlimited access to current content posted to NYTimes.com.
- Unlimited access to archived content published prior to 1923 and after 1980.
- Five free articles per day published between 1923-1980 (Please note that USMA Library has complete, unlimited archival full-text access to the New York Times separate from the NYTimes.com website).
- Access to the New York Times via Smartphone app (iPhone, Blackberry 10, Windows Phone 7, Android-powered phones).
- Access to these services for the life of the contract (until the end of September 2015). Access beyond September 2015 is subject to funding and contract renewal.
What is NOT included:
- Tablet apps (iPad, Kindle Fire, Windows 8 Desktop and Tablet, Android-powered tablets – You may view all NYTimes.com website content while logged in through the browsers on these devices).
- E-Reader editions.
- Premium Crosswords or The New York Times Crosswords apps.
- Any other premium/subscription-based New York Times apps.
- Times Premier.
- The ability to share your Academic Pass digital access with others.
- Anyone with an active usma.edu email address can enroll in the program licensed through USMA Library.
- Employees, contractors, graduates, and other affiliates without usma.edu email addresses are not eligible.
- Family members and other dependents are not eligible.
How to enroll:
- You need to have a valid usma.edu email address and access to that email account.
- You must log in to or create an NYTimes.com account with your usma.edu email address. Registration FAQ.
- You cannot claim an Academic Pass if you are already a digital access subscriber.
- Visit the website: https://myaccount.nytimes.com/verification/edupass to enroll.
How to use the pass:
- After activating a pass, you need to be logged in to your NYTimes.com account on the device you are using to read New York Times content. While logged in, you can access unlimited content from any network or location for the duration of your pass (late September 2015).
Please let me know if you have any questions or issues.