New York Times Online: Now Available to Library Cardholders!

The latest news from the New York Times is available immediately to library cardholders: the Pickerington Public Library now provides free, unlimited access to the New York Times from computers at all locations of the library, and 72-hour access from home or on your mobile device!

Access to the New York Times includes:

  • Today’s paper online in digital format
  • Video, photography, interactive research tools
  • E-newsletter alerts to your email
  • “Most emailed,” “most viewed,” and “recommended for you” articles
  • Archived editions

From the Library:

  • Visit our Research page, and filter your results for Magazines and Newspapers.
  • Click on the link for the New York Times.
  • When you sign in for the first time, you will be asked to create a free account, which requires an email address and password.
  • Once you are logged in, you can start browsing through today’s newspaper, or search archived articles from 1980-present. Access to the Times is unlimited from within the library.

From Home/Your Mobile Device:

  • Visit our Research page, and filter your results for Magazines and Newspapers.
  • Click on the link for the New York Times.
  • Enter your Pickerington Public Library card number.
  • Redeem your 72-day access code, then log in to your account to start reading!
  • After your code expires, you can create a new code to continue reading from home.

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New York Times Online: Now Available to Library Cardholders!