We are excited to announce a fantastic educational resource for our UTAR community - complimentary access to The New York Times digital edition has been extended until August 2024! 

The New York Times is one of the world's leading newspapers, recognized for its commitment to excellent journalism and insightful commentary. It offers a range of news, opinion, arts, lifestyle, and science content, along with thought-provoking editorials and special features. From investigative reports to topical analysis, the NYT brings world events into focus, and its rich multimedia content brings stories to life in a unique, immersive way.

To activate your free access, follow this link: https://tinyurl.com/nytactivate

After accessing the link, you will be prompted to log in with your UTAR email to verify your eligibility. Once completed, you can begin enjoying your unlimited access to the NYT digital edition. Those who have activated your access in the past but failed to log in, you are required to reactivate your access by using the same link.

To sign in, navigate to The New York Times website and select 'LOG IN'. You'll then need to input your UTAR email address. Once you're logged in, 'LOG IN' on the homepage will transform to 'Account', confirming your successful login.

To get mobile access, you have the option to download and install The New York Times News App.

The New York Times teaching and learning resources are particularly useful for the Academic Staff and will surely benefit our students. Please share your experiences with us by filling in and submitting The New York Times (NYT) Feedback Form for Academic Staff.

Resources available:

The New York Times daily news (https://www.nytimes.com)

TimesMachine (https://timesmachine.nytimes.com/browser) allows you to access issues from 1851 to 1922. The pages displayed are the same as the original copy.

The Learning Network (https://www.nytimes.com/section/learning) aids in teaching and learning. To know more about this site, please refer to ‘How to Use The Learning Network’ and view the video An Introduction to The Learning Network.

  • Activities for Students - Learning activities based on The New York Times articles, photos, videos, graphs, etc.
    • ✓ Daily lessons
    • ✓ Writing Prompts
    • ✓ Quizzes and Vocabulary
    • ✓ Photos, Graphs and Videos
    • ✓ Contests
    • ✓ Student Opinion
    • ✓ Picture Prompts
    • ✓ Lesson of the Day
    • ✓ What’s Going on in this Picture?
    • ✓ Film Club
    • ✓ What’s Going on in this Graph?
    • ✓ Vocabulary

  • Resources for Teachers - Teaching resources, lesson plans and professional development opportunities
    • ✓ Resources by Subject Area (English Language Arts, Social Studies, Science & Math, E.L.L & Arts, Current Events)
    • ✓ Webinars and Professional Development
    • ✓ The New York Times Teaching Project
    • ✓ Lesson Plans and Teaching Ideas
    • ✓ Great Ideas from Readers
    • ✓ Writing Curriculum
The New York Times in Education (https://nytimesineducation.com/) consists of resources designed to help both educators and students make the most of The New York Times content.
  • Discipline-specific areas of study:

  • Teaching resources and tools:
    • - Faculty Contributions: Articles & Questions to Guide Talks in class
    • - The New York Times Curated Articles
    • - Custom News Alerts
    • - Instructional strategies
    • - Co-Curricular Activities including Events, Discussions and Contests
    • - Weekly Digests
Please register to access The New York Times in Education.
  1. Go to nytimesineducation.com/register.
  2. Click on "REGISTER" at the top right corner of the page.
  3. Enter your UTAR email address and complete the registration form.
  4. You will see a "Welcome" page (https://nytimesineducation.com/welcome/) after you have registered.