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NEOS libraries purchase electronic resources (databases, books, journals), and most license agreements restrict remote access to the library’s primary clients. A few license agreements may also place further restrictions, for example to students in a certain program. However, most licenses allow for walk-in access to electronic resources. In some NEOS libraries, you will need to provide government-issued ID to get temporary access to the computing network. Ownership of the electronic resource is indicated in the NEOS catalogue. Electronic resources that are free to anyone are indicated as “Free Access” in the NEOS catalogue.
The complete list of electronic resources available to AHS staff can be found by navigating to the Search Collection, and view e-Journals or e-Books.