Answered By: Ro Ross Last Updated: Nov 14, 2023 Views: 661
Yes, you can access Yale Library's electronic resources from any computer as long as you are connected to the Yale network.
If you are affiliated with the University, you can connect in the following ways:
- Log onto any Yale campus computer using your Net ID.
- If you are connecting from a personal computer on campus, log into the Yale Secure wireless network.
- If you are connecting from a personal computer from off-campus, many of the library's electronic resources will automatically prompt you to login with your NetID via the EZ Proxy service. Otherwise, you will need to log into the Yale VPN before accessing resources.
Watch the video below for more information on off-campus access (without VPN).
If you are not affiliated with the University but have registered for an Access Pass, Borrowing Basic, or Alumni Pass, speak to a staff member at the Sterling Memorial Library Services Desk to request a visitor login for the computers in the Nave.
If you are not sure if you are properly connected to the Yale network, click here to verify your network status.