Q. Do we have a login for Ebsco? I am finding articles that might be helpful but I can't access them.

Answer

If you click View Online for an article found using the Baker Library Search and you come to a screen from EBSCO asking for a username and password, I would recommend signing into OmniFile Full Text Select (EBSCO) which you can find on the Online Resources Page under General/Interdisciplinary.  This will create an active session with the online resources.

Once you have created an active session, then try doing your search using the Baker Library Search.  Keep in mind that an active session will time out, so you may have to repeat these steps before doing another search if you go away from your computer for a few hours or turn your computer off.

If you continue experiencing issues, try clicking on the article's title rather than "View Online."  This might retrieve the abstract, from which you can then click the link for View Online.

If problems persist, try searching one of these databases for articles on your topic: Academic OneFile (InfoTrac), ProQuest - Search All, and/or OmniFile Full Text Select (EBSCO).  

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  • Last Updated Jan 30, 2018
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  • Answered By Patrick Mullane

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