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Irma is happy to hear from students, faculty, and staff who want to make UNCG's University Libraries a better place.

If you've made a suggestion, whether in our handy suggestion box in Jackson Library, through our web form, on Facebook, by email, or in person, check here for Irma's response.

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Off campus access to electronic resources

You asked:  May high school students gain access to the Libraries' electronic resources from their home or school?

Irma says:  Our license agreements with our online vendors only allow us to provide remote access to UNCG students, faculty and staff. Nearly all of our online resources are available to anyone in the Library.  There are computers in the Reference Department on the first floor that are available to the general public for research.  In addition, all North Carolina citizens can get remote access to NCLIVE resources through their public library.

Check Out for public school teachers

You asked:  May teachers from public school systems other than Guilford County check out from Jackson Library?
Irma says:  Teachers from Guilford County Schools may borrow directly from Jackson Library with proof of employment.  Public school teachers from the Piedmont area may arrange for checkout from Jackson through the Teaching Resources Center in the School of Education Building.  You may contact them for more information.