Q. Does the college have access to the New York Times (2003 - present)?

Does the college have access to the New York Times (2003 - present)?

Answer

Current Access (1980 - Present)

We provide access to the New York Times (NYT) from 1980 to the present. You can get to it through the library's website following this path: https://www.frederick.edu/student-resources/gladhill-learning-commons/library.aspx > Research Databases > click the letter "N" > click the "National Newspapers (ProQuest)" link. You will have to login if you are off-campus, using your Blackboard login ID (students) or your network ID (faculty and staff).

Historical Access (1851 - 2003)

We also provide access to the New York Times Historical Edition. You can get to it by following this path: https://www.frederick.edu/student-resources/gladhill-learning-commons/library.aspx > Research Databases > click the letter "N" > "New York Times Historical Edition". You will have to login if you are off-campus, using your Blackboard login ID (students) or your network ID (faculty and staff).

 

  • Last Updated Aug 17, 2018
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