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New York Times Online Access Update

We’ve recently updated the process for accessing the online New York Times remotely. If you are a long-time reader or are interested in taking a look at what the NYT has to offer, please take a few minutes to review what’s changed below.

Note: The process for in-person access has not changed, so you don’t need an access code to use the NYT in the library. However, you will still need to make an account on the NYT website.

1. Go to and scroll down to click on eBooks and More.

2. Click on the Magazines & Newspapers icon on the top right of the page.

3. Follow the instructions under the Remote Access section of the page.

The main difference from previous instructions is that the library, rather than the NYT website, will send the access code. Fill out the form found in the third bullet point to receive your 72-hour access code. Have your library card number ready!

For questions about remote access to the New York Times, please leave a comment below, call the Reference Desk at 732-873-8700 ext. 111, or message us on out chat service.

Thanks for reading,
-George, FTPL

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