to find quality news articles of interest with access to resources filled with newspaper content like the New York Times—already paid for.
For example, Library cardholders can access the New York Times Online edition from anywhere on any device. By going to our Online Resources page and scrolling down to the link to New York Times, readers can enjoy unlimited access to Times articles (dating as far back as 1851), in contrast to the five-article limit through the regular public site. Library patrons are given a 72-hour access code to the New York Times Online when they log in remotely. After each 72-hour period expires, readers can easily obtain a new access code for each log in. Better yet, you can download the New York Times mobile app to your mobile device and enter the code just once for uninterrupted access.
Library patrons also have access to articles from hundreds of newspapers from communities across the U.S. through a resource called America’s News. Spanning more than 3000 news sources, Newsbank offers a convenient way to compare a wide variety of viewpoints from across the country.
To use these valuable resources from anywhere 24/7, visit our Online Resources page . Please call the library at 972-625-1900 ext. 3, if you need help getting access. Although the building is closed, librarians are still available to assist you with your reference questions.