Q. I'm an alumni, so can I get access to PU databases and other library resources?

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Because of licensing restrictions, Purdue University Libraries cannot give alumni access to subscription electronic resources. Some Purdue e-Pubs: < http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/ >are open-access and do not require a Purdue career account. If you plan to visit the PU campus you can go to a library that has visitor computers and access most of the databases that way. Please ask any library desk for more assistance if needed. You can also obtain a borrower's card if you want to check out materials. Finally, if you're still in Indiana, you may want to check out INSPIRE, which is a virtual library available to all Indiana residents. Some databases and e-journal/magazine content are provided there as well.

NEW *** Purdue Alumni Association members at the Professional or Career Max level gain access to the ProQuest Research Database. This database includes thousands of periodicals. Go to this link to check out Purdue Alumni Association’s Professional level of membership: https://www.purduealumni.org/membership/professional/

 

 

 

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  • Last Updated Sep 23, 2019
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  • Answered By Frances Christman

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