Answered By: Margaret Burri Last Updated: Aug 03, 2016 Views: 6131
Yes, resources accessed through the library's website are available remotely to those with a current JHED ID.
To find scholarly articles in our on-line databases, start at the homepage. You can look up the name of a database in the "Databases by Name" section or you can browse through the "Databases by Topic" section. You can lookup online journals and books in Catalyst.
Once you click on a subscription resource, you’ll be asked to provide your JHED username and password. Once you do that, you’ll be able to access the resource.
Another way to access library material remotely is through JHPulse (which is a VPN available at JHU).
- We recommend avoiding the Safari and Internet Explorer browsers. On occasion, JHPulse is buggy, but the next release should make JHPulse increasingly stable.
- If you get a "permission denied" message, follow the directions here.
- If you’re told there aren’t enough seats or sessions, see the list of databases that restrict the number of users.
- If you’re told you’ve exceeded the download limit, see this page.