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Below are the directions for registering for the New York Times and The New York Times in Education which are two separate resources. You must create two separate registrations although you can use the same username and password for both. (For New York Times Historical, you will use the username and passwords that you created for the regular New York Times.) If you have any issues, check out the troubleshooting tips at the bottom or email us at email@example.com
Follow these steps:
Step 1: Click on this link: http://eztncc.vccs.edu:2048/login?url=https://ezmyaccount.nytimes.com/grouppass/redir
Step 2: Click Create Account and complete registration fields. (You may want to consider un-checking the occasional updates link if you don't want to get NY Times emails.)
Step 4: Once you are registered, you can login to the regular New York Times website at: https://www.nytimes.com/
Important Note: You must re-register annually, so try to remember the date that you initially registered.
New York Times in Education is a supplementary resource for college instructors. This is curated content, covering 16 disciplines, tailored to college level pedagogy. It's good stuff. Access requires a separate login.
In order to register:
Step 1: Go to http://nytimesineducation.com/register/ and fill out relevant content. You must use your @tncc or @email.vccs.edu email when registering.
Step 2: Once registered, faculty and students will go to http://nytimesineducation.com/ to log in.
All of the links: New York Times, New York Times in Education and New Times Historical are included in the library database list. Again, it is essential that faculty and students first register in order to gain access.