New York Times Online

Enjoy Complimentary Access to

The New York Times
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

  1. 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.
    New York Times Registration Screen
  2. When your account has been created you will see a success message.
    New York Times Account Created
  3. 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.
    New York Times login link

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.

  1. Log in to your New York Times account.
  2. 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.