Pressed for time for a paper? All the books you wanted are checked out? Don’t fear – Catalystis here! It's the Hopkins Libraries' new catalog interface. One of the great new features is the ability tolimit your search to online books.
You can try searching for all the books we have online with no worry of whether a classmate already has the print book checked out!
As most New York Times readers know by now, the Times no longer allows free access to online articles in excess of 20 articles per month per person.
The New York Times has indicated they plan to offer libraries site licenses in the future, allowing full access to students, faculty, and staff of any university that subscribes. In the meantime, if you need to access the full text of a NYT article and have exceeded your 20 article per month limit, options for accessing full text (though not always with the page images) include:
The current print edition is available in the Library on reserve, with previous editions (as space permits) in the Newspaper Room on the 8th floor. Those wishing to pay for their own online subscription can:
• Take advantage of an introductory offer of 99 cents for the first four weeks of access. See nytimes.com for more information on subscription rates, which vary depending on whether you want full access, access via smartphone, or via tablet.
• Call 1-888-NYT-COLL and order a weekly subscription to the Sunday New York Times at the student rate of $15 a week, entitling you to full online access.
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