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News Reading and Writing

This guide provides links to campus subscriptions to various news sources and the AP Stylebook.

Create or Renew your Account

Current University of Dayton faculty, staff and students can create an account online — on campus or off (follow the appropriate instructions). Once it’s created, users can sign in to on any device, anywhere in the world; monthly article limitations disappear, and the pay wall comes down. 

Access is jointly sponsored by the Student Government Association, Office of the Provost and University Libraries.

Things to remember: 

  • You must sign-up with a UD email address.
  • Once registered, students have access until December 31 of the graduation year they choose.
  • Faculty and staff have 4 years of account access, after which they must register again.


1. First, make sure you are not logged into

2. Go to

3. Search for University of Dayton.

4. If on campus, click the link that says "here". If off campus, click "Go" and then authenticate with your UD username and password.

6. Click "create account" or login if you already have an account. You will need to use your UD email address.

*If you see a message that states you already have an account, but your credentials are not working, reset your password. You will receive an email to your UD email to reset your password.

For Faculty:

Our campus subscription includes unlimited access to two great learning tools: The New York Times inEducation website and The Learning Network.

The InEducation and Learning Network sites feature over 1,000 resources published each year to ensure materials are relevant and up to date.

  • Lesson plans 
  • News and geography quizzes 
  • Student opinion questions 
  • Picture prompts and graph prompts 
  • Current events conversations 
  • Writing curriculum 
  • Contests 
  • Professional development webinars 

Tips and Troubleshooting

  • If you have an existing paid NYT subscription, you must cancel it before it may be linked to UD's program; you may cancel through Customer Care: / 800-591-9233 / chat
  • You may reset your NYT password any time here:

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