The New York Times, published in New York City since 1851, is an important source of reporting, information, and opinion, covering politics, finance, health, science, culture, the arts, sports, and fashion in the U.S. and abroad, with special emphasis on the New York metropolitan area. The online version at http://www.nytimes.com is the most comprehensive existing aggregation of information and content created and published by The New York Times. The site includes all articles, features, interviews, obituaries, columns, and still image, audio, video, and data, text, and multimedia published on the site since launch in 1996, with the exception of crosswords and some syndicated materials. The gulf between what is published in print and content available on nytimes.com widens with every passing week. The site also includes a growing amount of text content published in the print edition of The New York Times between its founding in 1851 and the present day. The Times claims that all articles published from 1981 onwards are available on their site. Coverage of pre-1981 material is more sporadic, but growing.
http://www.nytimes.com content is also enriched by inclusion of longitudinal data from syndicates and data sources such as Thomson Reuters and AccuWeather. For example, interactive charts enable viewers to view the status and changes in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500, and other financial indexes in detail for daily, weekly and in some cases hourly periods between January 1930 and present day.
For more background and information on the NYT content, features, terms of service and permitted users, please see reviews at: http://edesiderata.crl.edu/resources/new-york-times.
This offer was negotiated by the Center for Research Libraries, with OhioNET as a consortial partner. Any OhioNET member that is also a CRL member will subscribe to NYT directly through CRL. This NYT offer covers only higher education academic institutions.
Academic institutions can choose one of the following intial end-reader authorization options: Academic Pass with E-mail Domain, or Academic Pass with IP Range.
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