When connecting to the Library’s e-resources (via the Library website or NYU Home) (available to all NYU faculty staff and students enrolled in degree or diploma programs) from off-campus, you will automatically be asked to log in using your NYU NetID and password.
If you are having trouble connecting, it may be because:
You are using NYU’s Virtual Private Network (VPN), which is not compatible with on or off campus access to our resources, except if you are at NYU Shanghai, where the VPN is required to access library resources from off-campus locations.
Your NetID has not been activated. Activate your NetID
Accessing NYU Resources from non NYU environments
NYU Libraries subscribes to and purchases e-resources and makes them available to all NYU faculty, staff, and students enrolled in degree or diploma programs. To access these resources from off campus you must reach them using EZ-Proxy as a means of authenticating at a vendor’s site as an NYU-authorized user.
If you’ve already logged in to NYU systems, you will automatically pass through EZProxy, otherwise you’ll be asked to log-in using your netID and password.
To reach resources through the ezproxy either:
- Use the links provided in NYU Libraries’ Catalogs, A-Z lists, and Research Guides
http://ezproxy.library.nyu.edu:2048/login?url=to the resource URL.
if the URL of an article is:
http://www.jstor.org/stable/3056806\ edit the URL to look like :
Add the proxy bookmarklet to your browser by dragging the NYU Lib Proxy link to your browsers toolbar, or right-clicking on the NYULib Proxy link and choosing Bookmark this Link (Firefox) or Add to Favorites (Internet Explorer).
If the links or favorites toolbar is not visible in your browser, you can try to enable it under Options > Bookmarks Toolbar (Firefox) or View > Toolbars (Internet Explorer).
If you are on a touch device, or unable to click or drag links, you can create a bookmark, and edit the bookmark URL to contain the following line of code instead of a web address:
You might see a security alert that the favorite may not be safe, although it is. Click yes
The bookmarklet is compatible with most web browsers and platforms
You can also save the bookmarklet in your bookmarks folder instead of in the toolbar to continue.
Please note, for the best experience, as well as added security, we suggest using one of NYU’s recommended browsers.