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Guide for Remote Learners and International Students

The COVID era has brought significant challenges for remote learners, especially international students. This page offers guidance to faculty on extending resource access to these students.

Accessing Library Resources Remotely

The library owns and licenses ebooks, journal articles, films, and music that you can access from off-campus.

To access these resources make sure to start your research on the library website. When you click on a resource, you will be prompted to log in on the authentication screen. Simply enter your Trinity University network ID and password to log in and you will have access to licensed resources outside the Trinity campus.

Why is it important to start on the library website? If you began your research at Google, you will not be prompted to log in to the authentication screen so your access to library resources will not be recognized.

If you have any issues with accessing electronic resources please email Jane Costanza, jcostanz@trinity.edu