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Thursday, March 3 • 1:40pm - 2:20pm
Navigating New York Times Content to Aid in Student Learning Outcomes

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Increasingly, colleges and universities are focusing on learning outcomes and student success. One strategy for addressing these issues is incorporating The New York Times in both academic and student affairs programing.  Reading The New York Times inspires curiosity about the world, fosters lifelong learning, and prepares students to compete in a global society. 

This session will show you how to easily navigate the treasure trove of NYTimes.com content going back to 1851, and the captivating storytelling found in articles, video, multimedia features, and so much more, to aid in student learning and success.  We will also share with you the various digital program options we have for your campus, from individual access to campus-wide.

Learn About:

  • New tools and features within NYTimes.com that will support faculty in their courses
  • Times Topics, an organized collection of news, archival info and multimedia dating back to 1851
  • The breadth of captivating storytelling available in NYTimes.com vast video and multimedia features
  • How to subscribe to newsletters, set up custom alerts and save, share, and comment on content
  • The New York Times in Education website which provides discipline specific resources for faculty
  • Digital program options available for your campus community


Tyler Horken

New York Times Web

Kandace Rusnak

Director, Education B2B, The New York Times

Thursday March 3, 2016 1:40pm - 2:20pm PST

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