No, only current NTHU faculty, staff, and students are eligible for remote access to licensed e-resources due to signed agreements.Alumni and other patrons are welcomed to visit the library to access e-resources via the public computers.
No, the e-resources subscribed individually by each UST university can only be used by its own current patrons. If NCTU Library has the e-resource you need, you can visit the NCTU library to use it.
All current NTHU faculty, staff, and students are able to access the e-resources off campus via VPN or log in to your library account from e-Search. If you forgot your password, please contact the Circulation Desk at extension 42997/42996, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please email your name, student number, department, and the name of the database to email@example.com. We will check for you and reply as soon as possible.
Since some e-books on MyLibrary are from the early 90s, they might not be in PDF or ePub format. If you cannot open them, please try the following:
If you still can’t access even after these steps, please email the e-book title to firstname.lastname@example.org, we will check and reply to you as soon as possible.
The computers installed with single-licensed databases on 1st floor are: