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CIS Secondary Library: New York Times Digital Subscription

CIS Secondary Library: Making the Virtual Visible

New York Times Digital Subscription

Welcome to the CIS New York Times digital subscription!

As a CIS student or staff member, you have full access to the options and services provided by the publishers of The New York Times. This includes The New York Times, The International New York Times, and 紐約時報中文網. The entire Times archive is also available in a search function stretching back to 1851. 

Please explore all of the possible options provided on this page, as there is plenty of support for your learning needs.

To establish your account, follow these steps:

  1. The first time you register, you must use your laptop computer and be on the CIS campus
  2. Open NYT GroupPass
  3. Click on the blue "Create Account" box
  4. Answer all of the questions, and be sure to use your school email account*
  5. Click "Create Account"

After you do this, you will have full access to all NYT materials and you can link your mobile devices as well.

*you must terminate any existing NYT accounts (if using your school email) before opening a new one

Mobile Apps

Once you have established your account, you can access NYT resources on your mobile devices.

Each topic page collects all the news, reference and archival information, photos, graphics, audio and video files published on topics ranging from A M Castle & Company to Zyuganov, Gennadi A. This treasure trove is available without charge on articles going back to 1981.

Features, columns, essays and photography from The New York Times Magazine.

The New York Times in Education provides lessons and resource materials ideally suited for the classroom. CIS faculty are encouraged to take advantage of these expert resources in nine major subject areas: Biology, Campaigns & Elections, Environmental Science, Writing & English Composition, Business, Leadership, Economics, Psychology, Religious Studies, Criminal Justice, American Government and International Relations.

"In Room for Debate, The Times invites knowledgeable outside contributors to discuss news events and other timely issues."

"The Learning Network provides daily resources for teaching and learning with The New York Times, including lesson plans, questions for writing and discussion, quizzes, monthly contests and more. Join the conversation by commenting on any post."

The Learning Network: Word of the Day Quiz

A new vocabulary word used in a recent Times context + a quiz to test understanding.