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Physics Research Guide: Home

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How this Guide is Arranged


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About this Guide

About this Guide

Most of the databases, journals, and ebooks included in this guide are purchased or licensed by the Case libraries and are available to Case users via ethernet cable or VPN. If you are off campus or using Case's wireless network, you must have VPN installed, running, and logged in on your computer. The library homepage has a network connection status indicator at the top of the right column. A green light means your campus network connection is active; a red light means you need to authenticate with VPN.  For more information about VPN visit here.




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