New York Times Digital Access


Cooper-Siegel and Sharpsburg offers patrons expanded full access to the NYTimes online. As part of your in-library access and your remote access you can enjoy News, Games, Cooking, Wirecutter and The Athletic. You can also access archived articles published between 1851-1922 and 1981-today. Whether you are at the library or at home, you can access the full world of The NYTimes from anywhere with access codes which allow you unlimited 24-hour access to everything NYTimes has to offer. 

How would you like to access the NYTimes?

I’m in the library:

  1. Visit using any device. Be sure you are connected to the library’s WiFi.
  2. Once there, go to the upper right-hand corner of the screen. Click on “Log in” to create a free account or
    log-in to your existing account.
  3. You now have full access to everything on while logged in at the library.


I’m somewhere else:

  1. Go to our library’s dedicated URL to redeem a 24-hour access code.
  2. Your code will auto-populate. Click redeem.
  3. You will need to either register for a free account or log in to your existing account.
  4. After receiving confirmation that your access code is valid, you will have 24-hours of
    complimentary access to the full world of The New York Times, including News, Games,
    Cooking, Wirecutter and The Athletic. See here for everything your access includes.
  5. Once your 24-hour access code expires, you can simply repeat the process from Step 1 to
    redeem another 24-hour code as often as you’d like!

While logged in to The New York Times through the library, your access includes The New York Times InEducation, which provides curated reading lists across several disciplines of study, such as English, Biology, Environmental Science, Leadership and more.

If you haven’t already, get started by activating your complimentary access. Then, visit New York Times InEducation and start exploring!

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