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Remote Access to Library Resources

This guide provides instructions for accessing library resources from off campus.

eBooks

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The library provides many treatises, encyclopedias, and other resources in eBook format. Visit our Using eBooks guide for a breakdown of eBook providers.

You can also find eBooks in our catalog by limiting searches to electronic resources. Here's how:

  1. Log into the University VPN (see instructions here)
  2. Visit our catalog's advanced search feature at this page.
  3. Under "Location," select "Law Electronic Resources."

An screenshot of our catalog's advanced search feature. The box reading "location" is highlighted.


If you are having trouble locating a resource or need recommendations, please contact the library's reference department.

Prospector eBooks

Some partner libraries provide remote access to eBooks and videos through Prospector. CU Boulder students, staff, and faculty can use Prospector to borrow eBooks published by Springer and Elsevier that would otherwise be unavailable in our collections.

You can find more information on accessing e-resources via Prospector here.

For help searching Prospector, reach out to us at lawref@colorado.edu.

Databases

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We provide a wide range of remotely accessible databases. After logging into the university VPN (see instructions here), visit our A-Z database list.

This instructional video outlines how to use our A-Z database list:

Need help accessing a database? Contact a reference librarian!

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