What can i access from the new york times online?
Leonia Public Library's New York Times digital subscription provides ongoing access to NYTimes.com from any computer or device within the library, as well as access to the NYT app on portable devices. When you subscribe with your Leonia Public Library card, you’ll get access to articles and blog posts, as well as video, slide shows and other multimedia features from home as well. This includes the latest content and news as well as access to articles from 1851 to present day.
You can access the NYT website and content both from inside the library or from home. See the directions below on how to access. When accessing from home, you will need to visit this page first and click the ACCESS NEW YORK TIMES ONLINE button. From there you will use a Redeem code that provides access for a 72 hour period. There is no limit on how many codes you can use, so you can keep coming back to get more content!
How do I access New York Times Online?
Click on the link provided and proceed with the steps below. Note: if you are accessing from inside (using our WiFi or public computers) all you need to do is sign in to the New York Times website. No redeem code is required when accessing inside the library.
- After clicking on ACCESS NEW YORK TIMES ONLINE, a code redemption page will appear.
- Your access code is already embedded. You may now click "Redeem."
- If you have not already, take the time to sign up with NYTimes Digital Access.
- If you already have an account, you will need to sign in at this time.
- Once you have logged in or Registered, you will be presented with the confirmation page which will provide the expiration date.
- Please note that you cannot redeem a subsequent code until the current one expires.
Other Things to Know:
- Reminder: Follow the above steps when accessing from home. When accessing from inside the library, just log into the New York Times website.
- Some articles between the years of 1923-1980 may not be available.
- Access to the crossword puzzle is NOT included.
This new service is being sponsored in honor of:
Jean Arbeiter was born in the Bronx and was a resident of Leonia for 44 years. She was an author of nine literary works and an editor at Medical Economics and other major book publishers in Manhattan. She was committed to social endeavors, and chaired both the board of Shelter Our Sisters and the Democratic Municipal Committee of Leonia.
Phyllis Dain was American library educator, historian, long time Leonia resident and has published numerous articles, reviews and books. She was named Outstanding Volunteer of Year for Bergen County in 1998. The Library History Round Table of the American Library Association (ALA) sponsors the biennial Phyllis Dain Library History Dissertation Award in recognition of her work. Phyllis Dain served on the Leonia Public Library Board of Trustees from
1976 to 2018 and on the Flat Rock Brook Board of
Trustees from 1997 to 2010, and as an honorary
board member and secretary until 2018. She served
as President and Secretary at both institutions during
her tenure and played an important role in large
fundraising projects for each institution.