Answered By: Benjamin Saracco
Last Updated: Mar 02, 2016     Views: 33

e-Anatomy can be accessed by Rowan students from off-campus, but it is a 2 step log-in process, and it requires registration and registration renewal from a computer or laptop connected to the on-campus, Rowan University network every 2 weeks.  Without a personal account with IMAIOS, the company that makes e-Anatomy, you can not access e-Anatomy premium content from off-campus, or utilize the IMAIO e-Anatomy app.  Note that on-campus use of e-Anatomy requires no log-in or registration to access the premium content.

To register for off-campus access to premium content follow these steps :

  1. From a computer or laptop connected to the Rowan University network go to e-Anatomy
  2. Click on the "LOGIN" link at the top of the screen.
  3. Click the "REGISTER" box on the pop-up screen.  It is strongly recommended you use your Rowan email to register.  Don't use your Google or Facebook accounts.
  4. Fill in all required information to create an account and click “Register”. 
  5. An email will be sent to you containing a link that you must click to confirm your registration. 
  6. Once you confirm registration you’re now registered with e-Anatomy for 2 weeks.  You will need to renew your account every 2 weeks from on-campus if you want to continue to have off-campus access and access to e-Anatomy through the app.  

To access e-Anatomy from off-campus:

  1. Use any link on the Library's website labeled e-Anatomy to go to the site.
  2. Just as you do to access other library resources from off-campus select your affiliation and use your Rowan username and password to log-in.  (Do not use the IMAIOS username and password you created through the e-Anatomy site at this stage)
  3. You will be taken to the e-Anatomy homepage, click on "LOGIN" at the top screen.
  4. Now enter the email and the password you created when you registered on the e-Anatomy site and click "Login".
  5. You should now have access to all content within e-Anatomy. 

   

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