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Public use of databases

Good evening,

I live in the neighborhood. Would I be able to use the MLA database to do
research as a library guest? I wanted to check with you.
Last Updated: Feb 12, 2016  |  10 Views
 
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Yes, as a library visitor you may use most of the online databases while in the library. There are a few databases that are restricted to only Trinity students, faculty and staff, however most are available to library visitors. The Database A-Z listing will indicate if a specific database has any usage limitations.  You will need to obtain a guest userid and password from the Circulation Desk before logging on to the computers. Note that off-campus access to the databases is not available to the public.

Visitors are welcome 8am-8pm, Sunday through Thursday and 8am-6pm on Friday and Saturday. 

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