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Faculty and staff services and resources

This guide gathers together resources to assist faculty in using CCC Library's tools, research tutorials, and services.

The Chronicle of Higher Education

New York Times & NYT inEducation

As CCC Employees, you now have access to the NYT and NYTinEducation! Students do not have this access but can access content from the New York Times through our databases. 

To access to content, you need to register for both an NYT account and an NYT inEducation account.

  1. Register for a New York Times account.
    1. If you are on campus, navigate to
    2. If you are off campus, navigate to
  2. Select Create Account and complete registration fields.
    1. You will receive a confirmation email.
  3. Once registered, users may access and NYT mobile apps from any location on any web-enabled device.
    1. Registration may take a few minutes to process. If you can’t sign in, wait a few minutes and try again.
  4. Register for a New York Times inEducation account.
    1. Complete steps 1 & 2, then navigate to
  5. Select Register and complete registration fields.
    1. You will receive another confirmation email.

Note: Site passes will expire after 365 days. To renew, you will have to activate a new pass by visiting while on campus. If you are off campus, visit:


The Teaching Professor

CCC's Center for Teaching and Learning (C&LT) has purchased access to The Teaching Professor. As a member of our campus community this online content from Magna Publications is available at no cost to you. Edited by respected scholar and expert Dr. Maryellen Weimer of Penn State Berks, The Teaching Professor is a forum for discussion of the best strategies supported by the latest research for effective teaching in the college classroom.

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