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Can I check out books from the
Why are there so few databases listed on this
- To borrow books from the Library, sign-up for a "Public
Borrower" library card. To obtain the card, go to
the Circulation Desk.
Are there other options for access to databases?
- The databases listed are freely available Internet resources.
Due to site-licensing agreements, remote access to subscription
services (databases and electronic journals) is available only
to current University of Delaware faculty, students and staff.
- The Delaware public libraries offer a broad array
of databases to public library members, most of which
can be accessed from home
- Public libraries in other states have similar resources
- Membership in the Osher
Lifelong Learning Institutes (formerly Academies of Lifelong
Learning) includes remote access to UD Library electronic
- People who come to the UD Libraries in Newark or Lewes
can use all Library resources
- Access to library electronic resources is available on-site to
anyone visiting the Library. Due to site-licensing agreements, remote
access to subscription services (databases and electronic journals)
is available only to current University of Delaware faculty, students
and staff (including members of the Osher
Lifelong Learning Institutes).
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