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New York Times Online

The New York Times is available free for San Jose State students and employees. Find out how to get access!

New York Times in Education

Designed for instructors, the education resource website nytimes.com/edu  provides the following features:

  • Discipline-specific areas of study
  • Classroom discussion prompts
  • Suggested learning outcomes
  • General Instructional Strategies to promote student achievement
  • Co-Curricular Activities, including events, discussions, and contests

Access to the New York Times in Education requires a separate account from your SJSU New York Times account.

Create an account using your SJSU email address at the New York Times in Education Registration Form

Sharing links

If you want to share links to an NY Times article in your online course, use the "Copy Link" function to get a durable link.

The copy link option is found under the "Share" icon (a small arrow) at the top of each article:

From the icons near the top of each article, choose the "Share" icon, a small arrow, then choose Copy Link.

Then paste the copied link into your course. Here's the shareable URL from the example above:

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/23/climate/ocean-blue-economy-business.html?smid=url-share

Keep in mind that if students have not registered for their SJSU New York Times account, they will only be able to read one article without registering. Encourage your students to activate their SJSU access if you plan to use multiple NYT sources in your class.