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New York Times: NYTinEducation

This guide will walk you through the process for creating your New York Times Online account and show you how to use the added features.

New York Times in Education

As part of your access to the New York Times, you also have access to the New York Times in Education. Once you create your New York Times Account, you can add a New York Times in Education account and will have full access to the resources and can:

  • Read the latest Faculty Contributions linked to various subject areas and learning outcomes. New content added every week.
  • Visit Article Recommendations to discover additional articles related to your area of study.
  • Visit Resources to find additional topic pages relevant to your area of interest, sign up for email newsletters, set up customs news alerts, and much more.
  • Visit Co-Curricular ideas to see how colleges and universities around the globe use NY Times content to enrich learning outside of the classroom.

Areas of Study

  • American Government
  • Arts & Visual Culture
  • Biology
  • Business
  • Campaigns & Elections
  • Criminal Justice
  • Environmental Sciences
  • International Relations
  • Leadership
  • Macroeconomics
  • Microeconomics
  • Population Health & Nursing
  • Psychology
  • Religious Studies
  • Sociology
  • Writing & English Composition

Get Started

Register for a New York Times Education account.

  • Go to
  • Select "Register" located at the top right corner
  • Use your email address to register for a New York Times in Education account
  • See "Welcome" page after you have successfully registered