Accessing database content from home

At the top of each Database page, you will notice the blue text of a link that says "login assistance."

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This link is very useful for when you are accessing databases from a computer away from the BPCC network. Namely, when you are in the comfort of your home, the database you are trying to access has no idea you are a BPCC student. Since these electronic resources are only available to current BPCC students, you will need to login to access the content. Logging in is very easy; after selecting the database you want to access as normal (which we will cover later in this tutorial) your computer will ask you to log in with a User ID and a PIN number. The login assistance page will tell you what that ID and number should be.

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The login is tied to an individual user, so you will need the barcode number on the back of your Campus Wide ID card and your 6 digit birth date to use as the password. After you login, you will be able to access all of the contents of these databases.