Princeton University Library is pleased to provide the University's Alumni with access to a suite of library-licensed electronic resources for personal, non-commercial use. Access is available from anywhere via login with TigerNet NetID and password.
JSTOR: The Scholarly Journal Archive
This resource offers back issues of thousands of academic journals in a wide variety of disciplines. Issues are available both as images and as text, making searching possible both within each title and across the database. Back issues generally extend back to volume 1 and forward to wtihin the last 3 to 5 years depending on the title.
Proquest National Newspapers Premier
Provides access to the full text of 48 major U.S. national and regional newspapers from 1980-present. Titles include The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The Wall Street Journal is not included in the alumni subscription. Please consult the Proquest website for a complete title list and holdings.
Proquest Research Library
This multidisciplinary database provides access to thousands of journals from Proquest's general reference database and covers 1971-present. Includes scholarly journals, trade publications and magazines in over 150 academic disciplines including arts, business, education, literature, political science, engineering and psychology. About 75% of the resources are available in full text.
ebrary Academic Complete
Note: Alumni are experiencing sporadic technical issues when attempting to connect to ebrary. We are are working to resolve this issue as soon as possible.
Includes over 75,000 e-books in all disciplines from domestic and international scholarly publishers. Includes tools for annotating and creating personal bookshelves.
Access to Other Online Resources
Alumni visiting campus may access more of Princeton University Library's networked databases, e-books and other digitial collections from any library public workstation. Some e-resources are restricted to current faculty, students and staff. For more information on coming to campus to do research, see Visitor Access.
For more information on TigerNet Services, including problems logging into TigerNet, please see the Alumni Association's webpage.