Remote User Services

Off Campus Database Access

Off campus access to library databases and subscriptions is available for currently enrolled students, faculty and staff* at Drew via Ezproxy. Links from the Library site (libguides.drew.edu and www.drew.edu/library) are automatically sent through Ezproxy for off campus users, who will be prompted to enter their current Drew User ID and password for access. If you experience difficulty connecting to a journal or database while off-campus:

  1. First check to see that you are connecting from the Library website. If you are using Scholarsearch, you may want to use the Advanced ScholarSearch link.
  2. If the problem persists, contact the library via Ask a Librarian and report the name of the database, the web page address, and what browser (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, etc) you were using, and we will address the problem.

*Off-campus access to a small subset of online resources is available for Alumni: see Resources for Alumni for a list. Note: users who are not currently enrolled in classes may need to visit the campus directly to access our databases.

Remote Users Library Request (Document Delivery)

Off-campus students and faculty meeting certain criteria may request copies of Drew-owned journal articles and book chapters. To place a document delivery request, go to the ILL request form: http://bit.ly/Drew-ILL (will open in a new window).

  • Please indicate “Remote User” in the Note field.
  •  Also, please provide us with your complete home address, also in the Note field (first request only).

Before submitting a request, please check the Drew Library Catalog to be sure that the material is available here. Also check the  Interlibrary Loan Services & Policy – Remote Users for eligibility. If you have any questions, please contact Madeline Nitti-Bontempo at 973-408-3474, mnittibo@drew.edu or ill@drew.edu.

Note: please allow at least 5 business days for arrival. Articles may be sent directly to your email or ILLiad account as a PDF. If the article cannot be scanned and emailed, it will be mailed to your home address.