Answered By: Dawn McKinnon
Last Updated: Jul 05, 2021     Views: 565

Current students, faculty, and staff who are off-campus can still access many of the Library's resources and get help from librarians to locate the information they need.

Accessing e-resources

To access most of the Library's e-resources from off-campus, you need to install McGill’s VPN software on your computer or tablet to connect to the McGill Network.

Installing and configuring the software takes a few minutes. Once done, when you want to access the Library’s e-resources you’ll only need to launch the VPN app and login with your McGill username and password. That will connect you to the McGill Network, allowing you to access the Library’s ebooks, ejournals, and databases.

Cisco AnyConnect
(Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android)

 

Scanning print articles or book chapters

To access an article or book chapter that McGill only has in print, submit a request to have it scanned and sent to your McGill email address. For more information see: Article/chapter scan service.

 

Getting help

See the Management and business pages for guides to help you with your research.

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    Dawn McKinnon

    • Liaison Librarian for Management & Business

    dawn.mckinnon@mcgill.ca

    Emily Jaeger-McEnroe

    • Liaison Librarian for Management & Business and Entrepreneurship

    emily.jaeger-mcenroe@mcgill.ca

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