Lane Library Announces Off-Campus Access to Electronic Resources
Ripon College’s Lane Library recently announced the launch of off-campus access for library electronic resources for all Ripon students, faculty and staff. A new proxy server is up and running to provide access to everything from databases to hard-to-find books via interlibrary loan.
Research through Lane Library is now available everywhere, from coffee shops in downtown Ripon to a study abroad program in Florence, Italy. As long as they have access to the internet, students, faculty and staff with a current network login and password, can use the library resources.
For more information, please visit the library’s “off-campus access” research page by clicking here.
Questions about this new service may be referred to Amy Rachuba, Resource Services Librarian at 920-748-8747 or [email protected].
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