Kelvin Smith Library - Resource Trials: Home

KSL will run occasional trials of resources recommended by faculty, staff, or students. Through trials, we can experiment with new content or interfaces, and receive feedback from those that may need these resources for instruction and/or research.
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KSL Resource Trials

KSL will run occasional trials of resources recommended by faculty, staff, or students. Through trials, we can experiment with new content or interfaces, and receive feedback from those that may need these resources for instruction and/or research.

  • Remember to be in Case wired network, Case Wireless network, or using VPN for access.
  • Trials will each have an expiration date.
  • Each trial will include a survey to gain feedback. This feedback will be critical in helping the Research Services Librarians decide to pursue or not pursue a purchase/subscription.

VPN Reminder

IMPORTANT NOTE about access to library resources:

If your computer is not connected directly to the Case network via ethernet cable, you may authenticate using VPN. If you are off campus or using Case's Guest wireless, you must have VPN installed, running, and logged in on your computer.

The library homepage has a network connection status indicator in the lower left corner. A green light means your campus network connection is active, or a red light means you need to authenticate with VPN. The status indicator looks like this:

VPN indicator green light

More information about using VPN for wireless or remote access can be found on the Case ITS VPN page.

On campus, Case Wireless is the preferred network and does not require VPN. Here is a PDF guide to get Case Wireless setup on your computer. If you cannot connect or it is not working, Case Guest wireless with VPN is your other option.

Research Services Librarians

You can contact a librarian by phone, email, chat, or in-person to assist in all your needs. See our Ask A Librarian services page.