Your NetID is printed on the back of your NYU ID card.
You must first activate your Net ID by following the instructions here: http://start.nyu.edu.
You will need your University ID (also printed on the back of your NYU ID card) to help activate your NetID.
Once you activate it, your NetID is your key to many NYU online resources, including wireless access for your laptop. (See http://www.nyu.edu/its/wireless/ for details about locations).
For more information on using your NETID, read the IT Services FAQ.
For help, contact the NYU IT Service Desk.
For security reasons, NYU requires that you change your password at least once each year (no exceptions). You will receive notifications from ITS when your password is about to expire.
Not all databases will provide you a direct link to the full text of an article. When you see this icon, the database is enabled with SFX, an article linker that connects citations with full text.
When you come across a button that looks like , click it for a menu of options to get full text. You may be required to enter your NYU NetID and password to follow the link to the full text.
The library will be happy to negotiate access for you to specialized databases offered onsite at Bobst Library.
Because some database publishers restrict the use of their products to particular individuals or specific workstations, you will need to contact us to make arrangements for access. One such database is SciFinder Scholar.
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Please note that access may not include borrowing privileges. Contact a Dibner librarian for further details.
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* Requires registration with the Manhattan Research Library Initiative