Answered By: Margaret Burri
Last Updated: Aug 20, 2018     Views: 8793

Yes. If you have a current JHED ID, you can access our electronic resources from anywhere.

The most important thing is to make sites recognize you so that they ask for your JHED and let you read what you want to read. Here are the ways to do this:

  1. You can log in through the JHU portal at https://my.jhu.edu/
     
  2. To use databases: go to the library homepage --> Articles and Databases (on the left) --> DATABASES --> once you choose a database, you’ll be asked for your JHED username and password, and then you can get in
     
  3. Another way to find articles: go to the library home page --> Articles and Databases (on the left) --> GOOGLE SCHOLAR. You will automatically be logged into Scholar and will be able to see the links for FIND IT@JHU, which take you to the full text articles
     
  4. Use JHU's VPN, called Pulse Secure 


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