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Visit our Distance Education guide for more information about our online services and resources.

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“All students, faculty members, administrators, staff members, or any other members of higher education are entitled to the library services and resources of that institution…” (ALA, 2008)

This excerpt from the ACRL Standards for Distance Learning Library Services is the Access Entitlement Principle and the foundation for establishing equal access of library services and resources to distance learning students and is the guiding principle for Adelphi University Libraries’ Distance Education Library Services.

The Adelphi University Libraries’ Distance Education Library Services facilitate remote access for students, staff, faculty and administration to all electronic resources (databases and e-books), print materials (via Interlibrary Borrowing), and library services needed for their academic success without regard to location or time.

Remote/Distance Education FAQs

What can I access remotely? The Library Catalog, all of our Electronic Resources (articles, databases, e-resources), Guides and TutorialsFind and Request an Item, and Ask a Librarian are our primary resources and services for remote users.

How do I find books/articles? OneSearch on the Library Homepage is a good place to start or you can go directly to the Articles/Databases tab on the homepage for a list of our databases and Journal Titles tab to find specific journals.

Where do I go to get help with my research? Contact a librarian by phone, chat or email. Or you can book an individual virtual appointment with your subject specialist librarian.

For further information, please contact:

Rachel Isaac-Menard
Distance Education and Emerging Technologies Coordinator
p – 516.877.3578
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