Answered By: Research Librarian
Last Updated: Feb 24, 2017     Views: 42

We are having a problem with some Proquest resources from off campus. If you find an article in SouthernSearch but get a Proquest login screen, do the following:

  1. Note down the article title (or highlight and copy it)
  2. Go to the library homepage and select More databases from the Popular Databases list
  3. Go to P for Proquest and click the Proquest Databases link
  4. Type or paste in the article title and click Enter or the Search button
  5. If you still can't find the article, go back to SouthernSearch and find the Journal Title and date
  6. You can look the journal title up on the library homepage under Find a Journal
  7. Select the option that covers the year you need
  8. If you still can't find it, send us the citation or permalink from SouthernSearch using any of the contact options at Ask a Librarian.

We are working on fixing the problem; thanks for your patience with our needed work-arounds!

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