Can community users access UMD databases off-campus?
Due to licensing restrictions, off-campus access to University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) electronic resources (e.g. databases, e-books, etc.) is limited to current UMD students (enrolled in credit-earning courses), faculty and staff. There is no fee-for-access option for persons no longer affiliated with UMD.
Members of the public are welcome to use most UMD electronic resources at designated guest computers inside the Library. Tickets are available at the circulation desk. Some resources are unavailable on the guest computers due to licensing restrictions.
What can community users access off-campus?
Electronic Resources for Community Users—a select list of publicly available resources.
Library Catalog—The catalog is publicly available for searching, to identify books, journals and other materials we own.
Library cards are available to the public.