Answered By: Shannon Sanders
Last Updated: Nov 11, 2020     Views: 2

Yes! BYU Students and Staff can get access to current New York Times two ways. The first option will get you access through a database provider (ProQuest) and the other will get you directly to the New York Times web page.
 

Option 1 (ProQuest):

  1. Go to https://lib.byu.edu/
  2. Make sure you are logged into the library website (upper right-hand corner)
  3. Search for "New York Times" (without quotes)
  4. A reddish box should appear at the top of the search results. 
  5. Click on the second option in the box that says "New York times". 
  6. When you click on this option, it will bring up another page that says "Full Text Online". Click on this option. 
  7. This will bring up access to the newspaper through the ProQuest interface. 
Option 2 (New York Times Website): 
 
  1. Go to https://lib.byu.edu
  2. Make sure you are logged into the library website (upper right-hand corner)
  3. Click on the green "Databases" box located below the search bar on the main page
  4. Click on the "N" to Browse by Database Name
  5. Scroll down to #17 in the result list. Should say "New York Times"
  6. Click on the "New York Times" option to bring up a new window that will give a message about creating a New York Times account
  7. Go through the steps as instructed in the message to create an account. This will take you through to the New York Times home page and will give you access through their website. 

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