Answered By: Robyn Williams Last Updated: Jun 27, 2018 Views: 56
University of Lynchburg does not offer remote online access to library research databases after the student has graduated. U of L, like many other colleges, pays for electronic resources for currently enrolled students, faculty, and staff. It is unfortunate that funds are not available to provide alumni with access to full-text electronic resources.
Individuals living in Virginia may take advantage of http://www.finditva.com/. Other states offer similar resources for their citizens. As available, the public library system of each state offers printing, interlibrary loan, research assistance, and access to electronic resources from each library building. Remote online access is at the discretion of each library system and state.
University of Lynchburg offers two public workstations to its electronic databases, with the user connecting from the library building.