Your ability to find and evaluate all sorts of information effectively is a vital professional and personal asset that develops over a lifetime. This guide will help build on your knowledge and skills to find information for this class and point you toward strategies for information-seeking beyond it.
For assistance, my contact info is on this page. I have an open-door policy, so you can stop by, email a question, or make an appointment to discuss your research in depth. Staff at any of the Engineering & Physical Sciences Libraries or Dimond can also help you -- and the UNH Library website is available 24/7.
To use this guide, see the tabs for specific types of resources.
Most online UNH Library resources are only accessible to UNH Durham & UNH-Manchester students, faculty, staff, and on-campus visitors.
From off-campus, there are two ways to access online UNH Library resources.
1. A simple way is to start your search on the UNH Library website. UNH Library online resources, including databases, e-books, e-journals, and more, have special links that prompt you to enter your UNH IT ID (the same as email and myCourses).
2. Another way to show you're a Wildcat is to install UNH VPN Pulse Secure with the optional all_traffic configuration on your computer or VPN-compatible device. When you connect with Pulse Secure, your computer will have an "on-campus" IP address. The all_traffic configuration allows access to the UNH Library resources.
If you have difficulty connecting, check your network connection and/or try a different browser. If there is still a problem, contact me or library staff. The library has a troubleshooting team at email@example.com . If it is a computer or network issue, we may refer you to IT or Academic Technology.