Q. When using the Baker Library Search, how can I access articles that ask me for an EBSCO login?
Try the steps in this Ask Us answer to troubleshoot the Baker Library Search.
Instead of using Baker Library Search, try searching the databases directly. You will still need your 14-digit Library Card #, but that is all.
To search the library's databases from the Library homepage, select the subject that best suits your topic such as Business, Medical, Psychology, Social Science, and so on.
Once you have chosen a subject, you will select a specific database to search. This is where you will need your library card number (found on the back of your ID card or on the Login Assistance page in MyBaker).
Some databases you might chose are:
- OmniFile Full Text Select (EBSCO)
- ProQuest - Search All
- CINAHL Complete (EBSCO)
- Academic OneFile (InfoTrac)
If this direct route still does not work or if you have a specific article you are looking for, contact your campus Academic Resource Center.
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