Answered By: Amy Rice
Last Updated: May 25, 2016     Views: 8

No.

As is the case for all academic libraries, we cannot offer off-campus access to anyone except students, faculty, and staff who are affiliated with NNU.

You are certainly welcome to use our resources by coming into our physical library and searching them via our public kiosks which require no login or password.

Articles can be printed for 5 cents a page or emailed to yourself directly from the database.

Check the following site for Learning Commons Hours: http://nnu.libcal.com/hours.php


Other options for high school students

  • Look for articles in the databases at http://lili.org provided by the Idaho Library Commission. There is a great deal of full text in those databases and they are available from home to any person with internet access who is a tax paying resident of the state of Idaho. You will be prompted to type in your zip code at some point, but other than that, you have full access.

 

 

  • For health related topics, you might find some full text by searching the National Library of Medicine database: PubMed at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed, although most of what you find in PubMed will probably be included in the results of your Google Scholar search.