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Can I access the databases from off campus?

Last Updated: Apr 17, 2013  |  268 Views
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Most of the databases that we subscribe to can be accessed from both on and off campus, with some exceptions. For a list of which databases that can be accessed remotely, see our A-Z Database List. If a database says "In Library Use Only" there will be a note in the database description. Remote access of databases is available to currently enrolled students, faculty, and staff with a University Network Account. 

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  1. Note: If you have trouble logging into UD Library databases off-campus, please try to login from a different browser. For example, if you use Chrome typically then you might try Firefox or IE or vice versa. Browsers can save wrong or old login data and prevent you from logging in correctly.
    by Charlotte Vandervoort on Feb 10, 2015.

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