Access from Anywhere
Electronic journals, databases and books are accessible from on-campus computers that are connected to the UNC network. In most cases, no login is required when using a UNC networked computer to access library resources.
Most library computers require a UNC-CH Onyen login. Visitors can use the computers located in front of the elevators on the first floor of the Health Sciences Library by obtaining a guest pass from the User Services Desk.
Create or manage your Onyen through Onyen Services.
UNC students, faculty and staff, and UNC Hospital staff must use an Onyen login to access online journals, databases and books from off-campus.
UNC Hospitals Access
UNC Hospital staff and UNC students, faculty and staff must use an Onyen login to access online journals, databases and books when in UNC Hospitals. Having problems connecting from the hospital? Try our tips or contact Ask a Librarian.
Create custom links to items licensed by UNC Libraries
To create direct, stable links to electronic resources available through UNC Libraries at the article level, use the LinkGuide for database-specific instructions.
For links to articles from databases the library subscribes to, start with the proxy prefix: http://libproxy.lib.unc.edu/login?url=. Then identify a stable URL or DOI (Digital Object Identifier) for the article. Add the proxy prefix to the stable URL. The final version will have two sets of “http://” in the link.
Need help? Call 919-962-0800 or Ask a Librarian.