You can now connect with Lemieux Library on Facebook, Flickr, and YouTube.
The library provides access to thousands of online resources both on- and off-campus. Here are some tips for logging in.
Primo is available to all via the web.
Lemieux Library provides SU patrons online access to their individual library account information (such as items checked out, unpaid bills, and holds) plus the ability to renew materials already checked out.
Access these services by clicking on "Sign In" located in the upper right-hand region of any library catalog page. Log in with your SU username and password.
Most of the Library's other online resources, such as databases, are available from anywhere worldwide, by logging in with an active SU Network ID and password.
To find articles by searching our library databases:
For help with SU network IDs, call 206-296-5571, send email to email@example.com , or check the password troubleshooting guide.
Often businesses and medical agencies have strict firewalls in place to protect their network and and users. In these cases, proxy access may not work.
You may be familiar with the campus computer labs, and the wide range of software installed there for your use. Beginning Fall 2009 these resources are being made available to you from any computer with a broadband internet connection. One advantage for library patrons of the new system is the ability to use a virtual lab computer to do your library research, giving you a virtual-on-campus computer from anywhere.
If the proxy does not work for you, try a virtual lab computer. Click the "HTML Access" option to use a virtual lab computer from anywhere.