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How do I access library online resources from off campus?

UDC subscribes to many databases: JSTOR, Academic Search Premier, ProQuest, etc. and current UDC card holders can use them from home.
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Some resources are freely available in the library or at computers on campus and from off-campus as well. Most of the Learning Resources Division's electronic databases and journals are available in the libraries and anywhere on campus, but due to strict licensing agreements, are available off-campus only to current UDC students, faculty, and staff.

When you go through the LRD website to access an online resource from off-campus, you will be asked to identify yourself as a UDC student, faculty or staff by entering your last name, ID barcode number, and university. Your library account must be activated (each semester for students, annually in January for faculty and staff). Bring your UDC ID to the circulation desk on the 5th floor of Building 41 for assistance.

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