If you have any questions or difficulty accessing resources, please contact email@example.com.
To request materials from other Libraries (including article PDFs), please use the resource request form here: http://ill.mblwhoilibrary.org/illiad/. Please bear in mind that given the situation, we may not be able to obtain materials from other Libraries. Unfortunately due to the current situation, we can only supply electronic content.
Books and Physical Journals, and expanded access to certain publishers
Unfortunately access to physical collections is not available at this time. The Lillie Library stacks and reading rooms are closed. Resources may be available though Open Access platforms such as: the Biodivesity Heritage Library, the Internet Archive, National Emergency Library, Open Library and the Hathi Trust.
Due to extenuating circumstances, some publishers are making additional content available on their platform. We will be updating this space as more become available.
- American Economic Association - all journals freely accessible through August 31 2020
- ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) Digital Library: all content freely accessible through 6/30/2020
- All Annual Reviews Journals are freely available through 6/15/2020.
- All AMS (American Meteoroligical Society) Journals are freely available through 6/30/2020
- Cambridge University Press textbooks including: computer science, earth and environmental science, engineering, life sciences, mathematics, medicine, physics and astronomy, statistics and probability, through May 31, 2020.
- Geoscience World has made freely accessible over 2100 books from the following publishers until 6/30/2020: Geological Society of America, Geological Society of London American Association of Petroleum Geologists, SEPM Society for Sedimentary Geology, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Society of Economic Geologists, Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland, Clay Minerals Society, The Geological Society of London, Canadian Science Publishing
- JOVE has made accessible to MBLWHOI Library users their science education video collections through 6/15/2020
- All JSTOR archives journals and books collections are available to MBLWHOI Library users through 6/30/2020
- Elsevier has made many of their ebooks available as well on the ScienceDirect platform. Click here to access.
- All Microbiology Society journals are freely available during the COVID-19 crisis.
- All Royal Society of London journals are freely available during theOVID-19 crisis.
- SIAM Journal on Mathematics of Data Science is freely available in 2020
Remote access to scholarly articles from the MBLWHOI Library is available in a number of ways. Campus specific information is listed below. All users are able to use the proxy server option.
- MBL: Use your MBL login and password. You will remain logged in until you quit your browser. You must access the resource through the library website using proxy server (see instructions below).
- WHOI: Log in to WHOI VPN before accessing library subscribed journal or database. Alternatively, you may use library proxy server (see instructions below).
- USGS: Users always access remote content via the proxy server.
- WHRC: Users always access remote content via the proxy server.
- SEA: Users always access remote content via the proxy server.
Initially, your username and password for the proxy server are identical, a combination of your initials and the 5-digit number on your Library card.
- Pat Smith with Library card #12345
- Username: ps12345
- Password: ps12345
You will be prompted to set a new password, which needs to be changed on an annual basis. Access more information in our On-Boarding information guide.
MBLWHOI EZproxy Browser Bookmarklet
Most of our electronic resources can be accessed through our website through remote access authentication. However, there are cases where you may go directly to a publisher's site, bypassing our website's "proxied links" and you won't be recognized as having access. For these cases, the MBLWHOI EZProxy Browser Bookmarklet will allow you to log in without first going back to the MBLWHOI Library homepage.
Once added, you will see MBLWHOI EZProxy in your browser's menu bar. Click on the MBLWHOI EZProxy and the proxy prefix is added to the URL and the paper will be accessible if we subscribe. Please note, if you are not already logged into our proxy server, you will be prompted to do so.
- Firefox - Right click on this link: MBLWHOI EZProxy and select "Bookmark This Link".
- Google Chrome - Drag this link: MBLWHOI EZProxy to your bookmarks toolbar.
While Pubmed is a free service, accessing this resource with a customized MBLWHOI url will provide users with additional options for obtaining full text. Using this link http://library.proxy.mbl.edu/login?url=http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?otool=mbllib will provide a "GetText" button on each Pubmed citation that provides a path to our subscribed content. Please note that this will require most users to login to our proxy server (see above).
It's possible to add links to MBLWHOI Library subscribed content with Google Scholar.
1. From the Google Scholar homepage click on the "hamburger" menu in the upper left corner.
2. From the expanded menu, select the Settings option.
3. From the resulting menu, select Library Links. Search for and add "MBLWHOI".
4. Note the new "MBLWHOI GetText" links that appear next to many citations.