Trial Databases and the New York Times News App

The New York Times Education Program provides access to via browser on all devices + NYT apps on smartphone and tablets (except Cooking and Crossword Games).

  • is available on all web browsers
  • The website is published in three languages—English, Chinese and Spanish—and is updated 24/7 with time stamps. The website also includes full archive access from 1851 to-date, and is fully searchable.
  • Teaching Resources: The Learning Network and InEducation
    1. The Learning Network: As part of their New York Times access, all readers will have access to The Learning Network, The New York Times award-winning curricular tool designed for middle and high school students and teachers and featuring dynamic content and activities invaluable for today’s classroom.
    2. The New York Times InEducation works with various professors from different universities around the world to provide Case Studies based on real life issues and articles found in The New York Times. The New York Times inEducation site is a valuable site that offers additional value to professors and students in universities. niThe 16 discipline-specific subjects include: Business, Environmental Sciences, International Relations, Leadership, Writing & English Composition, Micro & Macro Economics, Psychology, Criminal Justice, Biology, Religious Studies among others. Each discipline features a collection of case studies based on current issues and news, and includes links to other related subjects with learning outcomes like Critical Thinking, Information Literacy, Written Communication, Creative Thinking and Problem-solving and more.

For user’s authentication, please follow the following steps:

  1. Visit to activate your New York Times digital pass.
  2. On, click on "Register" and create a free account using Mapúa email address. If you already have a account associated with your school email address, log in with those credentials.
  3. Validate your email address. Check your email inbox for a confirmation message from The New York Times. Click on the link in your confirmation message to validate your email address and claim your New York Times Digital Pass. Note: If the confirmation email didn’t arrive, check your spam folder. If it isn’t there, send an email to from your school email address to request confirmation.**
  4. Success! You have successfully claimed a Digital Pass when you see the "Start Your Access" screen.
  5. Explore the and The New York Times News App from any location, on or off campus, by simply logging into your account directly on! We strongly suggest you download the New York Times mobile app at NYT Cooking and NYT Games are not included in your digital access.

    Please note: Users can register for the NYT InEducation site after they grab a pass from

    This trial will end on December 3, 2021.


ODILO is a netflix-styled digital library that allows you to access various digital resource formats ranging from books, audiobooks, videos, magazines, comics and podcasts.

Access code: MAPUA2021


Please refer to the user guide including instruction here.
This trial will end on November 2021


Provides data analytics on market research, business, industry, and consumers.

Access URL:
USERNAME: international
PASSWORD: adaptive
END: February 24, 2022

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