Answered By: Deborah Kelley-Milburn Last Updated: May 13, 2016 Views: 152
Access to the restricted electronic resources is limited to current Harvard students, faculty, and staff as well as some researchers working within some libraries. Harvard alumni can access a limited number of e-resources.
Many public libraries now provide access to extensive online resources, and if there's a university library near you, they may allow visitor access. You can also access articles from the JSTOR database through their "Register & Read" program which lets anyone, university-affiliated or not, read -- but not download or copy -- up to three articles every two weeks, for free.
If you need a particular article, you can ask your local library to acquire it for you. Check with a reference librarian at your library for further information and assistance.