Remote access is the connecting link between you and the publisher/supplier that allows you to move on to online resources - e.g. articles - from your browser.
All links on the library's homepage operate via remote access if possible.
How do I log on to Remote access?
If remote access is required to access an online resource, the system will ask you to log on via remote access using your email and password. You cannot log on the remote access service in advance.
What is my remote access login?
Your login is your @xxx.aau.dk or @rn.dk email address (researchers at Department of Clinical Medicine) and matching password. Login and password matches the information you use for loggin on to AAU webmail.
You do not have to contact the library to get remote access. If you have trouble loggin in, please contact AAU IT Services.
Why am i not asked to log on?
Database hosts and publishers check your network connection as you try to access their site. If your are connected to the university's network, you will be granted access to those part of the site that AAU subscribes to - without loggin on.
do i need remote access if i use vpn?
Yes you do! You still have to use remote access when required.
Which networks give me directe access to online resources?
The cabled network and the wireless network AAU-1x will give you direct access to online resources. Other networks such as AAU-1-DAY, eduroam and conference networks require remote access.
Who can use remote access - and for what?
All students and staff at AAU can use remote access.
How do i know if a link leads to remote access?
Links that pass through remote access always begin with http://zorac.aub.aau.dk
If your link cannot pass through remote access, please try our remote access link converter.