Licensed Resources in the Catalog
About Licensed Resources
The Library Catalog is an index to materials owned and licensed by the Dartmouth College Library; these materials include electronic journals, digital texts and internet databases. Due to licensing agreements, many digital resources have a variety of access requirements. For example, a digital resource may be restricted to members of the Dartmouth College community; another resource may only allow access from a specific machine in a specified physical location.
Who may use licensed resources?
Licensed resources that are authenticated by IP address may be accessed by students, faculty, and staff using a computer with a Dartmouth.edu IP address. Employees of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH with a Hitchcock.org IP address may also access these resources. To use licensed resources when off-campus, please refer to the Web page, "Off-campus Access at Dartmouth College."
Guest borrowers and visitors may access these resources when using a computer on-campus. Access to licensed resources from off-campus is not available to guest borrowers and visitors.
Licensed resources authenticated by User Name & Password may be accessed by current students, faculty, and staff using your NetID and password. Employees of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH with a Hitchcock.org IP address may also access these resources. For more information, please refer to the Web page, "Off-campus Access at Dartmouth College."
Guest borrowers and visitors to the Library do not have access to these resources.
Licensed resources that are only available on a specific computer in the library include resources such as CD-ROM databases as well as some Web-based resources. If you are a guest borrower or visitor and wish to use one of these resources, please contact a Reference Librarian in advance of your visit to determine if you are permitted to use the resource.
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