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Remote Access to Library Resources and Services: Accessing Electronic Resources

This guide describe How to access Electronic Resources.

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Distance Learning

Delaware State University students, faculty, and staff have access to the library's digital resources and services. With the proper identification, all employees and students may access:

  • Electronic journals
  • Electronic books
  • Streaming Media databases
  • eBooks
  • Research Subject guides
  • WorldCat online catalog

TIP: Residential and Commuter students will access all digital resources using their 14-digit numbers (starting with 2211) found on their ID cards.  Distance Learning students will access all digital resources using their D#.  See additional directions below. 

 

For Troubleshooting: 

1) Please watch our video tutorial. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60QzJ3GxEwM  2) If your questions are not addressed email us at libref@desu.edu, call us at 302-857-6191, or speak with the Library Director at 302-857-7887  

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How to Access Electronic Resources

Access to William C. Jason Library's Licensed Electronic Resources is accomplished through EZProxy. This application verifies the patron barcode number, DSU ID#,  and last name against a database of patron files. 

Remote access is easy to use:

 

 

 

Click on the login button. Your authorization will remain in place until you close your browser.

If you are denied access, it might be because:

  • You are not a valid faculty, staff or student registered at Delaware State University Library.
  • You are registered, but there is a discrepancy between our records and your patron ID number.
  • Your privileges are blocked because of unpaid fines or charges for lost materials.
  • You are registered with the Library, but not in a category with privileges to restricted resources (for example local community patrons).