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İbrahim Bodur Library: E-Magazines and Newspapers

The official webpage of Robert College İbrahim Bodur Library
e-Magazines can only be accessed by the students and staff of Robert College. / Elektronik dergilere yalnızca Robert Kolej öğrencileri ve personeli erişebilir.
To access some of our magazines you need to use the school's VPN while off campus. To access the school's VPN, please use these instructions. 

Electronic Magazines - Flipster

If you are a Robert College student or staff member, please click here for detailed instructions to access Flipster while off campus and not connected to the VPN.


If you are on Campus or connecting while off campus, please use this link.The following magazines are available in digital format: The Atlantic, Bloomberg Business Week, Bon Appetit, Creative NonFiction, Discover, Forbes, iCreate, Lonely Planet Traveller, MAC Life, MIT Technology Review, National Geographic History, Natural History, New Philosopher, New Yorker, Phi Delta Kappan, Popular Science, Real Simple, Rolling Stone, Scientific American, Scientific American Mind, Sight and Sound, Wired,YES! Magazine, and Yoga Journal.

 

 

The Economist

Cumhuriyet Gazetesi Arşivi

Varlık Dergisi

New Scientist

Financial Times

Psychology Today

New York Times

 The New York Times 

Steps to set up your NYT account or reactivate it.

1. While physically on campus and connected to our network, go to accessnyt.com.  Note: You cannot activate your Pass while off campus unless you use the off-campus access tab on the library homepage.

2. Create a free NYTimes.com account using your school email address.  If you already have an NYTimes.com account using your school email address, you may log in with those credentials.

3. Next time you login into the New York Times www.nytimes.com, use your own login and password.

 

The Guardian