Access to Electronic Resources

Off-Campus Access to Electronic Resources

UNM Faculty, Staff, Students and Affiliated Partners have access to a variety of information from off-campus.

For a full list of resources available off-campus view the Research Databases and Indexes page. Once you select a resource you will see a screen that asks you to login. To access the resources you must have a valid UNM or HSC NetID. Visit the IT NetID site to learn more about creating and maintaining your NetID or to reset your password.

For information about the appropriate use of these resources see the Electronic Resources Usage Guidelines.

Electronic Resources Usage Guidelines

UNM University Libraries licenses electronic resources for the exclusive use of UNM faculty, staff, students and approved affiliates. The licenses stipulate usage rules and requirements. The resource content owners monitor use in order to detect potential abuse of their intellectual properly. Misuse or violation of license restrictions may result in the termination of access to the electronic resource for the entire UNM campus. In some cases, licenses can be permanently revoked.

By using the electronic resources that University Libraries licenses on your behalf you agree to review and comply with any applicable terms and conditions. The UL retains the right to limit or revoke use privileges based on misuse of resources.

Users agree that they will not:

  • Use the electronic resource for any purpose other than educational or research purposes;
  • Sell or redistribute, in print or electronically, content to non UNM affiliated persons or employers;
  • Excessively or systematically download or copy the electronic resource;
  • Violate any copyright, trademark, patent, or other intellectual property right associated with the electronic resource.

Authorized users:

  • Any current student, staff, faculty or authorized affiliate of UNM;
  • "Walk in" patrons using the public computers on campus.

Instructors who wish to place items on reserve should follow the UL course reserve guidelines.

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