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Off-Campus Access to Library Resources

by Amanda Outly on 2021-09-10T14:58:49-04:00 in ABA: Applied Behavior Analysis, Nursing: Graduate, Health Administration, Faculty, Research Skills, Public Health, Social Work | Comments

Whether you're a commuter student, a member of our online program, or working from home, there will be times that you need to access library resources from off-campus. 

In order to use the library’s resources from off-campus, you will need to sign in with your username and password. This username and password combination is the same as what you use to access Moodle (e.g., jdoe123; don’t include the “@regiscollege.edu” part that you use to sign into Office365). If you’re having trouble accessing library resources from home, take a look at our troubleshooting page on the Off-Campus Access to Library Resources guide. In general, if your password is working for Moodle and to check your e-mail, it may be related to your browser’s cache. This page has a list of different quick fixes that may solve your problem; sometimes even changing browsers can solve your log in issue! 

If you're a member of our online program, make sure to check out the Distance Learners Guide to the Regis Library! This guide offers a number of different helpful suggestions, including information about accessing library resources, where to find writing support, how to use interlibrary loan and more.

Any questions? Please feel free to reach out to us at the library! You can contact us at the Reference Desk.


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