Access to nytimes.com and via apps. Additional access options for the New York Times are available.
IUB Affiliates: To register for access, go to http://go.iu.edu/registerNYT. Students will be prompted to provide their anticipated graduation date in order to complete the registration process. Once activated, you can access all content at NYTimes.com from a Web browser, as well as via NYTimes.com smartphone and tablet apps, from any location. Students will need to renew the IUB Group Pass annually. Faculty will need to renew every 4 years.
Click more for complete activation and renewal instructions, access for unaffiliated users, and additional access options.
New IUB Affiliated Users - One-Time Activation of NYTimes.com IUB Group Pass
1. Go to http://go.iu.edu/registerNYT
2. Create a NYTimes.com account using your IU email address. (Note: If you already have a NYTimes.com account using your IU email address, you may log in with those credentials)
3. When you see START YOUR ACCESS, the expiration time and date of your pass will appear
4. Go to NYTimes.com and enjoy your full access from any location
Returning IUB Affilated Users
Once you have activated your IUB Group Pass account, it should allow you full access until your expiration date with no further action on your part. However, if for any reason while on NYTimes.com you are served the message that you are reaching the limit of free articles on the site, please do the following: Make sure you are logged in to the NYTimes.com account with which you activated your Group Pass. If you log out of your account or visit NYTimes.com on a device where you are not logged in, you can simply log in to your account to continue enjoying access.
If your Group Pass has expired: Visit http://go.iu.edu/registerNYT to activate a new pass. Make sure you are logged in to the NYTimes.com account with which you activated your IUB Group Pass.
Unaffilated users may access up to 10 free articles (including blog posts, slide shows and other multimedia features) each month on NYTimes.com. This free, limited access resets at the beginning of each calendar month.
1851-1922: unlimited article availability
1923-1980: up to five articles per day per user
1981-present: unlimited article availability
Digitized microfilm of the NYT with a 3-month embargo. Note: The IUB Library holds the physical microfilm for the NYT as well. The microfilm copy is especially important given that some articles are not available in the ProQuest resource because of the Supreme Court's Tasini ruling concerning the copyright rights of independent journalists and writers. ProQuest entries carry a note referring one to the microfilm copy.
The Wall Street Journal Online is a New York based newspaper with a focus on business and financial news; this entry enables access to wsj.com and via their apps. Additional access options for the Wall Street Journal are available.
IUB Affiliates: The first time IUB Affiliates (current faculty, staff, and students) access the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) Online they will be asked to register for an account. IUB Affiliates should use their IU email address to register. Following activation, IUB affiliates can go directly to the Wall Street Journal online at https://www.wsj.com or to WSJ apps and log in with the username and password they created during account registration.
Click more for account renewal information, mobile app availability, and additional access options.0
Once your account is activated, you can access all content from a web browser, as well as via smartphone and tablet apps, from any location. To retain access via apps and the website, you must validate your account every 90 days by logging in using your IU credentials via https://libraries.indiana.edu/databases/wsj.
After creating an account, you will be able to save articles. They will be permanently stored in your WSJ account and can be access via WSJ.com from any web browser on any device. To locate saved articles on WSJ.com, after logging in, click the arrow next tor your name in the right-hand corner to expand the drop-down menu, then select "Saved Articles."
Wall Street Journal Online is not available for unaffiliated users.
NPR is a non-profit news organization that receives no money for advertisements (but does accept sponsorships). NPR has no commercial motive for producing news stories and often has coverage of topics, such as movies, that far exceeds its commercial competitors.
The agency of the United States Government that enforces the federal employment discrimination laws. Information about discrimination on the basis of age, sex, race, religion. Either the Publications or Statistics sections might be useful (look under "About EEOC").
The aim of the Economic Hardship Reporting Project (EHRP) is to change the national conversation around poverty and economic insecurity by commissioning and publishing journalism on topic of poverty and economic inequality.