Some online resources require special access instructions to be followed to use them off campus. They typically do not support off-campus access using your Dickinson username and password or have apps that do not support that streamlined access.
The tabs on this guide provide instructions for accessing these kinds of e-journals and databases, including:
For additional assistance, please Ask a Librarian.
Most library databases, online journals, and ebooks may be accessed directly while connected to the campus network without any special instructions. In these cases, off-campus access must be initiated through the links provided on the library website, which will prompt you for your Dickinson login. Our library links may be found by searching the A-Z Database List or Jumpstart.
The Economist and New Yorker are examples of popular sources that require no special access efforts beyond your Dickinson network login.