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For focused support, please contact Music Therapy resource/research specialist Caitlin Pike (email@example.com) or Music Technology resource/research specialist Randall Halverson (firstname.lastname@example.org). We are happy to support your classwork or research by email or by appointment*.
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To meet by phone or in person with Randall H., please use the "Schedule Appointment" link, below or on the left sidebar, below his photograph and Email icon.
To meet with Caitlin P. please use the "Schedule Appointment" link below her photograph and Email icon on pages such as http://iupui.campusguides.com/nursing
You can access almost all of the library's databases from home or other location so long as you are an IUPUI student, staff, or faculty member. Library resources are "IP-filtered". Access typically requires using the campus computer network, such as the campus wireless system, or one of the two strategies given below.
1. Simply access a resource link provided on a University Library webpage, such as a subject guide page or by following links Resources --> Databases A-Z . Input your campus username and password only to an IU popup window.
Using a library site link is required for Books24x7 ebooks, even when on the campus network.
2. An alternative to using a University Library website resource link that works for most resources, other than Books24x7, is to use a campus VPN link as described below. VPN can save time, allowing options such as bookmarking a resource site.
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection allows you to act as part of IUPUI's computer network even when coming from a non-campus network; that is, "remote" access via a commercial network. This makes using IUPUI library databases more seamless.