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Distance Learning


Welcome to the Distance Learning Page
We provide services to a wide variety of students, including on-campus and off, from high school to grad students. Therefore, our goal is to provide the best services we possibly can. Accessing materials off-campus is an essential part of the modern academic experience, and this library guide is designed to answer your questions about retrieving library materials from off-campus. 

Q: Can I access library databases from off-campus?

A: Of Course! Databases are resources you can access 24/7, 365 days of the year, on-campus or off, as long as you have valid CUNE credentials. Your standard CUNE username and password will get you access whenever you need. View the information below for assistance.

Q: It keeps telling me my credentials are no good or my account can't be accessed, what's up?

A: Email the Helpdesk. When you email the Helpdesk, it helps us navigate as quickly as we can if it's a technical issue, with the database or a link, etc. or if it may be an issue on the user end, like your account information, for example. 

Logging In

If you are looking for articles in a database, you will be asked to login using this screen (if you haven't already logged in):


  Student / Alumnus Faculty / Staff
Username First.Last FLast
Email Address
  • Make sure you are using the correct Username (NOT email address)
  • Is the password that you're using the same as your other CUNE logins (Portal,, Blackboard)? It should be!
  • If it's still not working, verify by checking with the CUNE Accounts website
  • As always, other questions or issues persisting, check with the Helpdesk!

Get in Touch

Are you having issues with signing in to your account? Send a report to the Helpdesk and they can help you out! Remember, there is some turnaround time for them to respond, so be patient and plan ahead!

Of course, you may contact the library directly if you are having issues with library services. We encourage you to check first with the Helpdesk, but know that we may be the best place to ask first, in certain instances.

Please email us at 

or check out our Library Contact Page

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