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Remote Access

Most of the Library's electronic resources are available to users from anywhere off campus. 

Who can use the service?

This service is provided for LUISS faculty, LUISS graduate and postgraduate students, international students, and current members of the LUISS Library. To access the service, users must enter LUISS account credentials (e.g. students must enter 

Please note: for lost or forgotten credentials, please send a request to duplicate or reset them to (from a personal email address, attaching a copy of an identification document) or apply in person at the Help Desk Office.

Which resources are available?

The service allows users, even when outside of LUISS networks, to access resources available excusively through University IP addresses.

The Library informs users that the unavailabillity of select databases is due to contractual clauses or technical settings.

Databases: complete list

E-journals and full text publications: more than 40,000 sources are available (search the catalog of periodicals to find publication links)

How can I access this service?

Access from computers:

In order to access the service, users need to connect to the internet and configure their browsers as described below:

Please note: those who connect to the web using internet keys or USB modems the configuration should be saved under the remote connection settings rather than under the LAN (Internet Explorer) settings.

Once configuration has been completed, a LUISS server authentication window will open upon clicking on a remotely accessible resource. Users must insert their user id and password provided by the LUISS Help Desk for this purpose.

In order to disable the proxy, you have to deselect that option in the last step of configuring your browser.

Accesso from mobile devices:

Remote access configuration is available exclusively through Wi-Fi connection, and not through 3G/4G networks.