Ucsb library off campus login

Log in to Library Services

Log in to Library Services | UCSB Library

Off-Campus Login Log in to use subscription databases from off-campus via the proxy server. Use your UCSBnet ID and password.

Off-Campus Login Log in to use subscription databases from off-campus via the proxy server. Use your UCSBnet ID and password. Alternative method for off-campus access: VPN My Library Account Log into your account to see what books you have checked out, renew books, and update your account information. Your login information varies depending on your user category — UCSB

Off-Campus Access to Subscription Library Resources

Off-Campus Access to Subscription Library Resources | UCSB Library

You must have a UCSBnetID and password to sign in. NOTE: A computer that is on campus, but not connected to a UCSB network, will not have a UCSB IP address. To …

In order to use our subscription research databases from off campus (or on campus when you are not connected to a UCSB network), you will need to use either the proxy server or the Virtual Private Network (VPN). The tools described below will allow you to authentication as a UCSB user in order to obtain a temporary UCSB IP address. Note that there are open-access databases and

Off-Campus Access Bookmark Tool | UCSB Library

This tool allows you to connect to databases and journals without going through the library website. If you are using unproxied URLs, try this bookmark tool …

This tool allows you to connect to databases and journals without going through the library website. If you are using unproxied URLs, try this bookmark tool and save a few steps. When you use the bookmark tool, you will be redirected to the login screen and then back through the proxy server to the page you want to access. In some cases, you may need to use the browser’s

Using Google Scholar with Get it at UC from Off Campus

Using Google Scholar with Get it at UC from Off Campus | UCSB Library

Use the following link to connect to Google Scholar: http://proxy.library.ucsb.edu:2048/login?url=http://scholar.google.com. Now, bookmark the site and use …

Using Google Scholar with the proxy server will help you gain access to licensed library resources when you are off campus. When you are off campus, our computer systems do not know if you are affiliated with UCSB. In order to establish that you are indeed affiliated with UCSB, you will need to first run your Google Scholar search through the proxy server. Once this is

On-Campus Access to Subscription Library Resources

On-Campus Access to Subscription Library Resources | UCSB Library

To access library resources from a location on campus outside of the Library, or in UCSB housing, you must be connected to a campus network.

To access library resources from a location on campus outside of the Library, or in UCSB housing, you must be connected to a campus network. This can be accomplished in several ways.

Accessing Library Resources From Outside the Library

Accessing Library Resources From Outside the Library | UCSB Library

If you are off campus and not in university housing, you will need to use either the proxy server or VPN to access subscription resources. Campus Computing …

If you are using a computer that is on campus or one connected to Resnet, you should be able to access library resources just as if you were in the library. If you are off campus and not in university housing, you will need to use either the proxy server or VPN to access subscription resources. Campus Computing Links ResNet: Residential Network (Campus Housing) Computer Lab

UCSB Proxy Server

UCSB Proxy Server | UCSB Library

From the UCSB Library Homepage · Click on the “Login” link in the upper right hand corner of the webpages. Then, click on “Off-Campus Login”. · Log in using your …

The UCSB proxy server is an alternative to the Virtual Private Network (VPN). Many people find it easier to use and you do not have to download software or use Duo Authentication. If you want to work with proprietary search software such as EndNote desktop with connection files, please use the VPN. The proxy server is managed by the UCSB Library. How the Proxy Server Works

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Using the VPN for Accessing the Library Databases

Using the VPN for Accessing the Library Databases | UCSB Library

The campus Virtual Private Network (VPN) is an alternative to the proxy server for off-campus access to the Library’s electronic resources.

The campus Virtual Private Network (VPN) is an alternative to the proxy server for off-campus access to the Library’s electronic resources. You will need to download the VPN client software, install it on your computer, and set up for Duo Authentication. Note that the proxy server does not require special software or Duo authentication. Once you have downloaded, installed, and

Proxy Server Tools For Convenient Use | UCSB Library

The Proxy Server is easy to use. The links below will help you use it more efficiently. Off-Campus Access Bookmark Tool This tool allows you to connect to …

The Proxy Server is easy to use. The links below will help you use it more efficiently. Off-Campus Access Bookmark Tool This tool allows you to connect to databases and journals without going through the library homepage. Maintaining Proxied Webpage Links to Library E-resources This tool allows you to help your students easily access the library e-resources you would like them

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