Duke Medical Center Library & Archives
Life After Duke
Posted On: Wednesday, May 4, 2022 - 09:27 by Leila Ledbetter
Graduation is an important and exciting time of change for many students. Sadly, one of these changes may involve losing access to many Duke resources such as library subscriptions to journals and databases.
Before You Lose Access
- Go through your saved citations and PDFs and decide which ones you want to keep. If there are any articles that you would like to get PDFs for, do this before you leave while you still have access to free full text.
- Evaluate your citation manager needs before you leave. If you are using Endnote, double-check that you have the most current version on a personal device. This access will last you for a couple years, but you...
Library Access After Graduation
Posted On: Friday, May 23, 2014 - 08:50 by Megan von Isenburg
Congratulations to all the graduating students at Duke Medicine!
You may be wondering what graduating means for your access to the Duke Medical Center Library. If you are leaving Duke, your NetID will continue to work for a short period of time - generally a couple of months. After this point, you will no longer be able to access the electronic journals, databases, and other online resources that Duke subscribes to.
You may still come into the Library and use the resources while on campus. If you are working locally in Durham County but not at Duke, you may apply for a print borrowers card so that you can continue to borrow print materials.
You can also continue to use the Library's Web pages - on the...MORE