The library has a new way for you to connect to licensed electronic resources when you are off campus. It’s called CUL PassKey, and here’s how it works –
You’re working at home and come across a link to a recent article in, for example, the Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. You could open the library catalog, search for Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, and then follow the link to the journal. But there is a simpler way: the CUL PassKey bookmarklet. With PassKey installed on the bookmarks toolbar in your browser, all you have to do when looking at a licensed resource from off campus is click on the PassKey icon on your bookmark. You will be prompted for your netid and password, and then will be reconnected to the full text of the desired content.
You will find PassKey and instructions for installing and using it here. Hat tip to Peter Hirtle at CUL for this info.
Associate Law Librarian