[aisle] New York Times access
bwilson at cpher99.org
Tue Apr 7 10:29:08 CDT 2020
We've been using the NYTimes free offer here at our high school, but the
"geofenced" version (only works inside the school.)
I'm not sure how I feel about providing email addresses and inviting a
business to solicit our kids, even for free educational stuff.
Christopher #99 School District
(618) 724-9461 (High School)
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On Tue, Apr 7, 2020 at 10:10 AM Carol Naughton via AISLE <
aisle at list.railslibraries.info> wrote:
> I cut and pasted this from the email I received. You will need to upload
> the email addresses of those you wish to have access. The limit is 2000
> emails. I am trying to figure out how to get it to only those
> students/teachers who need it without making myself crazy.
> Register your school now.
> In response to the transition many schools have made to elearning, The New
> YorkTimes and Verizon are working together to provide all high schools
> in the U.S. with full, remote digital access to The Times until July 6.
> We understand that the need for deeply reported, independent journalism is
> more important than ever for all readers, including students. This expanded
> off-site access will supplement your current group subscription which
> provides only on-campus access.
> Your staff and high school students age 13+ (with proper consent for
> students under 16 in states that require it) can have unlimited access to
> nytimes.com from any location, once an administrator from your school
> registers for the program. To get started, register your school at
> Points to consider for registration:
> -An authorized signatory can register all eligible students in a school or
> a classroom.
> -Students are registered by having a school administrator upload their
> email address.
> Once the school’s new account is activated, each teacher or student
> you’ve invited to participate will receive an email prompting them to
> activate an individual account.
> Please review the FAQs here
> <http://www2.nytimesgroupsubscriptions.com/e/146041/initiative-highschoolaccess/2d38lq/184149375?h=7RU-Bo32knUQyakfKkLU5-vDke5OuSx0vdcw0j0UTuM> or
> reach out to edu at nytimes.com with any questions.
> The New York Times Education Team
> *Carol Naughton*
> *LRC Director, Community High School*
> 630-876-640 <630-876-6404>0 | cnaughton at d94.org <dleahy at d94.org>
> [image: 40364332]Inheritance by Dani Shapiro
> On Tue, Apr 7, 2020 at 9:51 AM Judy Oakley via AISLE <
> aisle at list.railslibraries.info> wrote:
>> I am librarian at a Private high school in Quincy, IL. Is there free
>> access to all schools to the New York Times for my teachers and students?
>> If so, how do I get this for them?
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Judy Oakley
>> Quincy Notre Dame High School
>> Joakley at quincynotredame.org
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