Answered By: Elle Covington
Last Updated: Apr 18, 2022     Views: 1

Hi Dr. Smith,

I'm following up on your request for access to the New York Times. While Lavin was correct, we don't have a subscription to the New York Times the same way we do with WSJ, we do have access to NYT articles through a couple of our databases. For current NYT articles, we use Gale In Context. You can access it here: https://uta.alma.exlibrisgroup.com/discovery/openurl?institution=01UTAR_INST&rfr_id=info:sid%2Fsummon&rft_dat=ie%3D51194156440004911,language%3DEN&svc_dat=CTO&u.ignore_date_coverage=true&vid=01UTAR_INST:Services

The best way to determine if we have access to a publication is through our Advanced Search on the website. You can change the dropdown from All Fields to Publication Title. Then, I entered "New York Times" with the quotation marks around them. In the Content type box under the search bars, you can choose Journal/eJournal. Then, when you search, there will be a list. Unfortunately, for the best option, you may have to scroll a bit, but you should see the eJournal listing for New York Times.

One thing to note with this one, if you search "The New York Times", you won't get the right listing. I generally try to avoid using articles in my search strategy if I can help it.

Please don't hesitate to reach back out if you  have any further questions!

Best,

Elle Covington, Multidisciplinary Liaison Librarian

UTA Libraries