Brandeis Alumni, Family and Friends

Library Resources

COVID-19 Update: The Brandeis Library is open to only active students, faculty and staff until further notice. Alumni and other community members who receive borrowing privileges but cannot come to campus are welcome to use Ship to Home services

The Brandeis Library is open to only active students, faculty, and staff until further notice. Alumni and other community members who receive borrowing privileges but cannot come to campus are welcome to use our Ship to Home services.
The Brandeis Library is open to only active students, faculty, and staff until further notice. Alumni and other community members who receive borrowing privileges but cannot come to campus are welcome to use our Ship to Home services.
The Brandeis Library is open to only active students, faculty, and staff until further notice. Alumni and other community members who receive borrowing privileges but cannot come to campus are welcome to use our Ship to Home services.

Borrowing from Brandeis

Supporting Members of the Brandeis University Alumni Association may borrow physical materials from the Brandeis Libraries. Books may be checked out for one month, and media such as DVDs and CDs may be borrowed for one week. For information about renewing materials, logging in to your library account and borrowing terms, visit the Library website.

A Supporting Membership requires an annual contribution of $40 per individual or $60 per Brandeis couple and entitles alumni to a variety of additional privileges and services.

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Online Resources

Access to online library resources requires a Brandeis UNet ID and password. Learn more about creating a Brandeis UNet account.

JSTOR

JSTOR (short for Journal Storage) is a digital archive of more than 2,300 titles dating back to the first volumes ever published, and thousands of monographs and other materials relevant for education and research. More than 50 million pages have already been digitized, and approximately three million pages are added annually.

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MUSE

Project MUSE is a leading provider of digital humanities and social sciences content; since 1995, its electronic journal collections have supported a wide array of research needs at academic, public, special, and school libraries worldwide. MUSE books and journals, from leading university presses and scholarly societies, are fully integrated for search and discovery. MUSE currently includes 285,380 articles and 509,894 chapters by 203 publishers.

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