Answered By: Laura Sider
Last Updated: Mar 09, 2017     Views: 1329

Q: I've just graduated. Do I still get access to ejournals?
Answered by: Laura Sider

Unfortunately, the Library cannot grant access to most electronic resources after you have graduated due to license restrictions. One exception is JSTOR and HeinOnline journals (law journals). If you register with Yale's alumni association, you can register for access to both online journals purchased by Yale University Library.  More information and access is available from the Association of Yale Alumni.

Follow this link, then in the left column near the bottom click on "First Time Login" to get started. Once you have submitted your registration form and received your User login information, you may log in and select "Online Library Resources" to access JSTOR and HeinOnline.

For recent graduates:

You retain VPN access to our electronic resources in the months immediately following graduation. Once your VPN access expires, you may register for library access at the Sterling Memorial Library service desk. Once you are registered, you will have access to our electronic content when using the public terminals in SML.

Still have questions? Email askyale@gmail.com

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