Methods include…
IP-based access
Registered user account
Remote access – proxies


IP Address Authentication

The primary and most common method of access to ADL is via IP address authentication. Your institution provides us with your IP addresses, we enable them, and then users coming from those IP addresses are able to access the Digital Library. IP addresses must be static (not dynamic, meaning that they do not move outside of the range that your institution has provided) and restricted (only authorized users at that institution are able to access those IP addresses). When going to library.artstor.org, a user who is coming from an IP address we have activated for access will see this page:

ADLLandingPage

A user who is not coming from an IP address we have activated for access will see this page:

ADLRemoteLoginPage


Artstor Digital Library User Accounts

Registering for an Artstor User Account provides users with access to many additional features in the Digital Library, including 120-days of remote access. This 120-day remote access grace period is renewable – every time a user logs into their account from an IP address that’s activated for their institution (i.e. from on-campus or the proxy), the 120-day remote access period is renewed.

Remote Access – Proxies

There are several ways to access the Digital Library remotely. For more information, see this page.

Many institutions utilize a proxy to provide remote access to their electronic resources. Proxies are set up and managed by the institution. The institution provides us with their proxy IP address, and we activates it for access, as above. The most common types of proxy used by Digital Library subscribers are EZproxy and Innovative. There are proxy settings that must be configured to ensure that the Digital Library access works properly (see: setting up proxy access for your institution). Institutions can add their proxy URL to our institutional login, so that users can access it directly from the dropdown in the Digital Library login screen. Users can also usually access their institution’s proxy via their institution’s library website