Some databases want you to create a personal account. JSTOR and ArtSTOR are two examples.
Please be advised that the personal information you disclose (through creating a personal account) is stored on servers located in the United States of America. When you use this service, no personal information about you is collected by or for UFV. Canadian privacy laws do not apply to personal information you provide directly to our vendors. You may wish to review the privacy policies of our providers before creating an account.
Often you can avoid creating an account by just closing the account login page.
Access is easy.
If you are searching on the web:
If you are logging in via the library homepage or libguides, the login process is the same as MyClass.
Remember: if you are off campus you are likely to have to do Multi-factor authentication (MFA), so have your smartphone close by.
1. Enter your email address. If you are a student, remember to put email@example.com
(If you are having issues logging into your account, hit the can't access your account link and click on work or school account and follow the steps.)
2. Hit Next and then you will be asked for your password
and one last window appears asking if you want to stay signed in.
Then you will have access to the library resources for the next 8 hours unless you delete your cookies or use an incognito/private window
Guests can ask for access to our databases only if they are on campus.
We are unable to provide guest access to our electronic resources from off campus because of licensing restrictions.
Please come to the service desk, in the library, to request access to our databases. Please bring photo ID and we will sign you in. Your access will be time limited.
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