Answered By: Ming Guang Han Last Updated: Jul 28, 2015 Views: 9835
Access to most library subscribed electronic resources (ebooks, databases, ejournals etc) is through EZproxy system and you have to authenticate using your NUSNET ID and password. This applies both on-campus and off-campus (in Singapore or internationally) and whether you have logged in into NUS wifi.
The main way of accessing Eresources is to use our library website as a starting point and search via our library catalogue LINC , our Discovery system FindMore@NUSL that covers books, articles and more or using our portal eresource tab searches. You do not need to login through the library portal first (Orange login button) & new staff or student might not be able to login through the library portal at first, but can still access eresources as shown below.
Please note, we do not support institutional log-ins via Athens/shibboleth logins.
You can try using the proxy bookmarklet in many cases, or if you are using Google Scholar it is highly recommended you set up the library links programme. For PubMed users use this recommended method to check full text access .
If you just want to test access try clicking on this sample link to the database Scopus.
Once you click on a link that provides entry to a library subscribed eresource from say the library catalogue or any other source, you will usually see this screen below.
Select the appropriate domain (Staff- NUSSTF or Student - NUSSTU or Visiting Scholar - NUSEXT) for userID and enter your NUSNET ID without the domain.
For example enter
- E0192923 (for students matriculating after AY 2015/2016)
- A0066355 (for students after AY2010/2011-2014/2015)
- g0700625, u0700423 (for students before before AY 2010/2011)
- ecettt (for staff)
If none of these apply and it is asking you for a different login password specific to the site and you have properly authenticated using the proxy (part of the url includes libproxy1.nus.edu.sg), chances are the library does not have access (not through this site anyway other sites may have the same article).
If you are looking instead for help on finding the full-text of a specific journal article, refer to our FAQ on finding full-text of articles.
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