Off-Campus Library Database Access


Off-Campus Library Database Access

Don't Remember Your Network/E-mail Acount ID and Password?
You use your CSULA Network/E-mail Account to access our restricted databases. Whenever you click to access one of our restricted databases, a log-in box will appear and our EZ Proxy system will ask you for your Network/E-mail Account user name and password. If you don't remember your Network/E-mail Account ID and Password, please call or email the campus Information Technology Services (ITS) Help Desk at helpdesk@calstatela.edu; 323-343-6170.

 
Do you Connect to the Web Using an ISP?
If you have an Internet Service Provider (ISP), like AOL, EarthLink, NetZero, etc., connected to your off-campus computer, all you need to access our Library databases is a valid CSULA Network/E-mail Account account! Go to this EZ Proxy troubleshooting checklist for EZ Proxy problem resolution. Currently, users report these two major concerns:
  • Your browser must be set to accept cookies.
  • Your browser must be set to accept pop-up windows.
Do you Connect to the Web Using EagleLink II Software? If you use the "free" Internet connection provided by CSULA to connect to the Internet, when connected, you are part of the CSULA network and authorized to access all restricted Library databases. For information on how to connect your home computer to campus modem pool using the "free" CSULA Internet connection, please call or email the ITS Help Desk at helpdesk@calstatela.edu; 323-343-6170.