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New York Times at Murphy Library: New York Times inEducation

What is NYT inEducation?

The New York Times in Education is a separate, instructional (or strategic) resource site. Faculty from a variety of higher education institutions provide commentary, additional resources, and curricular prompts for a weekly selection of NYT articles.

Resources are arranged in defined areas of study, which are:

These subject areas may be further refined by subject or learning outcomes.

Other areas within the site include General instructional strategies and Co-curricular activities.

NYT in Education


Accessing NYT inEducation

How do you access the inEducation website?

  1. Visit www.NYTimes.com/edu
  2. Select the link “Register” at the upper right hand corner.
  3. Create an account using your UWL email address as your username. 

Included in NYT inEducation

Tools & Resources

  Faculty Contributions: Articles & Questions to Guide Classroom Discussion

  Curated New York Times articles

  Custom news alerts

  Instructional strategies

  Co-curricular activities

  Weekly Digests

Subject Areas

  American Government

  Biology

  Business

  Campaigns and Election

  Criminal Justice

  Economics

  Environmental Science

  International Relations

  Leadership

  Psychology

  Religious Studies

  Writing & English Composition