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Which resources require me to use my username and password while researching off-campus?

As you are doing research, you may be prompted to login to access certain content. It is important to use links to sources from library sites so you will be properly authenticated (your login will not work for another library's version of EBSCOHost, for example). The login screen will tell you what information is necessary to login. The following resources will prompt you for logins when attempting to access:

  • Credo Reference
  • EBSCOHost (includes the ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials) 
  • All Oxford online resources
  • JSTOR
  • e-Books
  • Alumni/ae databases
  • Library catalog (to renew or request items, save searches, etc.)

User Name & Password?

Your library barcode number plays a part in both of your library logins.

One of your user names is your firstname.lastname. It should correspond to the format of your Phillips e-mail address. 

Your password is the last 5 digits of your library barcode. Please contact the library if you don’t have one or can't find it.

 

Your second login is for the library catalog. Your username is your full library barcode number and the general password as seen on the login screen (it is the same for all patrons). 

Please contact the library if you have questions.

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