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ISI: Web of Science
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Media Education Foundation
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NYTimes.com
Online version of The New York Times

Digital access requires an account that user MUST set up at www.NYTIMES.com/Pass using their Mount Union email addressl. Once the account is created and verified, the user will have access for 364 days using that account information. Please renew your password from the UMU Library website when your account expires using the links on Library webpages for Subject Research or Newspapers. Users will have unlimited access to The New York Times archived articles before 1923 and after 1980. Access during those years is limited to five free articles per day. For additional details, view these FAQs.

NYTimesinEducation.com
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