PALM SPRINGS — The Palm Springs Public Library has announced free digital access to The New York Times.

The free digital access is made possible through a program from the California State Library.

All you have to do to gain free access is simply go to the Library’s website by clicking here and click on the Research & eLearning section on the home page. Once there, click on The New York Times link, click “Redeem,” and then create a free account with The New York Times.

You are ready to read the digital version of the newspaper. Return to othe library’s website each day when you want to access The New York Times to redeem a new 24-hour access code. It’s that easy.

The Library also subscribes to several other online services that you have full access to with your library card. The online services include Freegal, free and legal downloadable music and videos that once you download you can keep, RBdigital with more than 100 titles of digital magazines (everything from Allure, Golf Digest, O Magazine, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair and Xbox plus many more) that you can download and keep.

You may also access Mango Languages, which provides online language learning for multiple languages and ESL courses, all from your home!.

These are just a few of the resources available to you online with your Palm Springs Public Library card. Many others are listed in the Research & eLearning section of the Library’s web site.

With more than 100,000 individual items, plus downloadable eBooks, music and eMagazines, the Palm Springs Public Library offers a varied and comprehensive collection to the community — in addition to the prestigious The New York Times.

The Library is located at 300 S. Sunrise Way, on the corner of Sunrise Way and Baristo Road. For more information about the Library call 760-322-READ (7323) or log on by clicking here.

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  • The New York Times: Vox