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Wright Library Princeton Theological Seminary

New York Times @ Wright Library

Wright Library is pleased to announce that The New York Times online is now available to all faculty, students, and staff through an Academic Site License to NYTimes.com purchased by the Library.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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I keep having to log into NYTimes.com with my email address and password each time I want to enter the site, what can I do?
Some Internet browser software provides for the user to enable “private browsing” or “incognito browsing”. These settings inhibit the use of cookies and therefore the user would be prompted to log into NYTimes.com each time they want to access the site. Eliminating these setting should resolve that problem. Another issue could be automatic cache clearing setup on your computer. This would eliminate the cookie requiring the user to log into the site if the cookie has been removed.
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Why use a Academic Pass to read the NYTimes online?
The New York Times charges for full access to its Academic edition, NYTimes.com. Visitors to the site are capped at viewing 10 articles each month before charges take effect. The Academic Pass gives you unlimited access to all content on the site, with the exception of a limitation on the number of articles you can view from the archive period 1923-1980.
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I already have a NYTimes.com Academic subscription. What should I do?
NYTimes.com does not support simultaneous subscriptions. If you have an existing paid NYTimes.com Academic subscription, you are not eligible for a Academic Pass. You should continue to access the Times via your own subscription.
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What are the restrictions?
At this time, access to articles from the date range 1923 to 1980 is limited is limited to 5 articles for the entire duration of your pass.
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Can I access the Times remotely?
Yes, as long as you are logged into NYTimes.com using your email linked to your Academic Pass.
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Can I access the Times from my mobile device?
You can access NYTimes.com and international.nytimes.com on any device with a browser. Pass type is determined by the organization providing the Pass access. Visit www.nytimes.com/Academicpass while connected to providing organization or company network to view your Pass entitlements.
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Why am I asked to login on some occasions and not others?
This may be because your browser may clear its web cache/history if it is set to do so. In such cases you will need to login back into to NYTimes.com, but there is no need to get another Academic Pass.
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I am a home delivery subscriber. Do I get Free All Digital Access?
As a home delivery subscriber to The New York Times, you have free All Digital Access which includes free unlimited access to NYTimes.com and full access to the NYTimes app for your smartphone and tablet. You can also share your NYTimes All Digital Access with a family member at no additional charge. You can access your digital benefits by logging in at https://homedelivery.nytimes.com and scrolling down to the "My Subscription Benefits" section.
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I still need help!
If you are still experiencing problems, contact our site license support at corporate@nytimes.com for assistance or contact your New York Times Corporate Sales Representative.