Campus Directive Addresses Unauthorized Access of Licensed Electronic Resources

A campus directive discussing the unauthorized use of licensed electronic databases and journals recently was sent to campus officials by John Bruno, Vice Provost for Information and Educational Technology. This directive reinforces the importance of these electronic resources to the instructional and research programs of the University, and reminds the campus that failure to prevent unauthorized access may result in a temporary or permanent loss of access. Computer configuration suggestions are provided for campus unit administrators who are unsure about the access levels of their systems, along with a list of resources for further information and assistance.