For off-campus access to library-subscribed materials:
1) Use the KAUST Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection. Once you are logged in, you will be able to access all the databases just like you are on campus. For more info, go to IT Intranet or contact 910 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2) Install the EZPROXY Bookmarklet. At the journal article page, click on the bookmarklet you've created. You will be prompted to login with your network ID and PW to access the content.
How to install the EZPROXY Bookmarklet
Google Chrome users: Drag the EZPROXY Button above to your bookmark bar.
Firefox users: Right-click on the EZPROXY Button above and select "Bookmark This Link".
Safari users: Drag the EZPROXY Button above to your Toolbar.
Internet Explorer Users: Right-click on the EZPROXY Button above and select "Add to Favourites".
For all the above browsers, you can edit/rename the bookmark.
This is a KAUST University Library Subject Guide. It serves to provide easy navigation and access to KAUST library resources by providing the most useful links and resources within this subject area.
Contents of this Library Subject Guide:
This guide is created and maintained by Lee Yen Han. For assistance in using the library resources, or conducting literature research, contact me via the Email Me link in the box on the right. All suggestions, additions, or comments to this subject guide are welcome.
The Plant Sciences Program (PS) aims to develop an integrated understanding of how plants can grow under extreme environmental conditions as found, for example, in Saudi Arabia.
The program addresses the fundamental biology of plants at the molecular and physiological level, as well as their interactions with other organisms and adaptation to unfavorable environmental conditions. Integrating this understanding in a larger systems concept will enable improving plant tolerance to abiotic and biotic factors and help reestablish sustainable agriculture in arid regions of the world.
For more details, visit the Biological and Environmental Sciences & Engineering Division website, for program curricula visit the Plant Sciences Program website.