If I teach or take classes at multiple campuses, how can I get access to electronic library resources?

Access to many library materials, such as online databases, electronic books, and electronic journals, is based on your primary campus affiliation with Indiana University. Each campus purchases its own licenses for library materials, and license agreements require the libraries to guarantee that anyone who uses the materials is a student, faculty member, or staff member at that campus.

If you teach or take classes at another campus as well, you can request access to resources available at the second campus in order to do your work there. To do so, submit the request form. Library staff will contact you to request supporting documentation.

For details on access, see Educational Access to Electronic Resources from a Campus Not One's Own - Policy and Procedures.

If you are not affiliated with any IU campus, see Visitor Information instead.

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