If you are unfamiliar with our website and digital learning opportunities, we have included some basic instructions:


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  1.   Go to http://nieonline.com/latimes
  2.   Click on eNewspaper. example
  3.   Select Already registered? example
  4. Enter the Student Login and Password, and click Go.
    This is not the same password that you received in your confirmation if you signed up for print and later switched to the
    eNewspaper. If you would like to access your user name and password (or change it), please see the instructions below.


  1. The eNewspaper should appear like the one here, with the table of contents to the left, and the electronic replica of the print edition to the right. Some of the basic features are highlighted here.
  2. You can turn the pages by using the arrows at the top of the page, or select an article by browsing the Table of Contents
    to the left. If you select an article within a section, the eNewspaper will automatically turn to that page.
  3. To open an article, double click the article.
  4. When you double click the article, your view should default to the last format that you viewed. example
    You can toggle between text and paper views if you'd like. The paper view shows the article as found in the paper and will
    usually print with very small text. The text view allows for easy printing and will include any photos published with the
    article below all of the text.
  5. HOW TO SEARCH THE eNewspaper

    1. Click on the Search tab at the top of the eNewspaper. example
    2. Type your term in the search bar. If you are searching for a subject, make sure to use words related to that subject.
      For example, information for a biology classroom is being sought, so the term biologists is used.
    3. If you know that the information you are searching for is in today's paper, you can click on the magnifying glass to search.
      Our example, however, requires further investigation, so you'll need to search past issues of the paper by using the drop
      down menu next to Look in: example
    4. If you want to look for a picture, you can also change the search function so that it shows all content. Use the dropdown
      menu next to Show to also receive ads and pictures that relate to your search. In our example, only pictures related
      to the term "biologists" are being looked for.
    5. After the magnifying glass (Search icon) is clicked, you will be shown search results for items released in previous
      eNewspapers (if you selected All issues), but you will only be able to access articles that are 30 days old or less. When you
      click on a recent article, you will be redirected to the appropriate days' paper. example
    6. If students would then like to save an image they find, they can right click and select Save Image As to save it to their
      computer for use in projects. example.
      You will not be able to save text without copying and pasting from the text version of an article. Any article saved by the
      floppy disk icon in the upper right corner will be saved as a bookmark or a favorite and will require you or the students to
      log in again. Using the Save as function on article text in paper mode will result in portions of the paper being saved.


    1. Go to http://nieonline.com/latimes
    2. Click on eNewspaper
    3. Select Need to manage orders?
    4. Enter your email address and password found at the top of your order confirmation. This is not the same information as
      your eNewspaper credentials.
    5. Click on Manage Account Information on the left side of the screen.
    6. here, you can edit the class user name and password. Make sure to take note of the user name and password, as this can
      be used by students to access the eNewspaper. When you are finished, click Submit.


    1. Go to http://nieonline.com/latimes
    2. Click on Program Enrollment example
    3. Scroll down to Program Lesson Guides to download and print and select Download the guide here to obtain additional
      curriculum guides.
    4. You can download these guides to your computer for offline reference if you right click on the guide and choose
      Save target as... or Save linked file as... example