The New York Times, an American daily newspaper based in New York City with a worldwide readership was established in 1851. It is one of the world’s great newspapers. 

You’ve been given access to The New York Times until August 2023!

For new users, click https://tinyurl.com/yk2d53vm to activate your access using your UTAR email address.

Those who have activated your access in the past but fail to log in, you are required to reactivate your access at https://tinyurl.com/yk2d53vm.

To log in, go to the The New York Times website, click ‘LOG IN’ and enter your UTAR email address. On the home page, ‘LOG IN’ will then change to ‘Account’. This will indicate that you have successfully logged in.

You can download and install The New York Times News App for mobile access.

The New York Times (NYT) Feedback Form for Academic Staff - Please share with us on how you make use of NYT content as part of your teaching and learning activities.

Resources available for access:

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

TimesMachine (https://timesmachine.nytimes.com/browser) allow you access to issues from 1851 through 1922 and flip through the pages as their originally appeared.

The Learning Network (https://www.nytimes.com/section/learning) is a dedicated site for helping people teach and learn with The New York Times content. Please view the video, An Introduction to The Learning Network to know how to use this site.

  • 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/) is a specific site that 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 as follows:
    • ➣ Faculty Contributions: Articles & Questions to guide talks in class
    • ➣ Curated The New York Times articles
    • ➣ Custom news alerts
    • ➣ Instructional strategies
    • ➣ Co-curricular activities including events, discussions, and contests
    • ➣ Weekly Digests
You are required to register separately to access to The New York Times in Education.
  1. Go to nytimesineducation.com/register.
  2. Click on "Register" at the upper right corner of the page.
  3. Enter your UTAR email address and complete the registration form.
  4. You should see a "Welcome" page (https://nytimesineducation.com/welcome/) when you have registered.