Enjoy Complimentary Access to NYTimes.com
Library patrons now have free unlimited access to the New York Times when browsing from a computer or a wi-fi-connected device at any of the Athens County Public Libraries’ seven branches. When outside the library, you can use a special access code to enable 72 hours of unlimited access from your home computer or mobile device.
To get started with New York Times online access
- Visit the New York Times web site registration page to create an account (if you don’t already have one). Enter your email address and a password of your choosing between 5 and 15 characters in length. Passwords can contain only letters [a–z], numbers [0–9], periods [.], underscores [_] or hyphens [-]. Alternatively, you may use the “Sign up with Facebook” or “Sign up with Google” if would like to use an existing account on those services.
- When your account has been created you will see a success message.
- Click the Continue button from the account creation success screen above or Log in from the New York Times home page using your newly-created account.
Accessing the New York Times web site outside the library
If you are outside the library you must use a free access code to get unlimited access to the New York Times web site. You must be logged in to redeem your complimentary access code.
- Log in to your New York Times account.
- Once you are logged in to your account, visit the access code redemption page. You can find the access code by logging in to your account in the online catalog:
Log in to your library account to get your access code:
If you do not yet have a password to access your library account please bring your library card to your library and request one.