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ACEE Summer Internship Program 2022: Home

Guide to Library resources for the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment Summer Internship

Accessing library resources from off-campus

Using the Library Off-Campus: Most of the Library's electronic resources are available to registered students, faculty, and staff when away from campus, including while abroad. The Library offers two means of remote access, EZproxy and VPN.

EZproxy

The EZproxy service requires no configuration. It can be used directly from our Databases listings and the Library's Catalog. You will be asked for your NetID and Password and may have to use DUO. 

Need help with EZproxy? Contact Library Support at lsupport@princeton.edu. If you are having problems with a specific resource please include the URL you are trying to access in your message.

 

 

Research Consultations with Emily Wild

Contact Emily Wild (ewild@princeton.edu) to arrange for a research consultation if you need help locating environmental, geosciences, or chemistry information.

Before we meet to work on your topic, please provide the following information:

  1. Your research topic, described in a sentence or two.
  2. What materials (if any) have you collected so far?
  3. An example of a relevant book, article, or paper that you found useful.
  4. What library databases have you used (if any)?

 

Research Consultations with Willow Dressel

Contact Willow Dressel (wdressel@princeton.edu) or schedule an appointment online to arrange for a research consultation if you need help locating engineering, or entrepreneurship information.

Before we meet to work on your topic, please provide the following information:

  1. Your research topic, described in a sentence or two.
  2. What materials (if any) have you collected so far?
  3. An example of a relevant book, article, or paper that you found useful.
  4. What library databases have you searched (if any)?