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Undergraduate Evening Studies Library Guide: The Basics

Accessing Databases Off-Campus

To access most of our databases when you are off-campus, you will need to login through the proxy server. When you click the database link from one of the library's web pages, you will be prompted for a login and password. Use the same one you use to login to the network when you are on campus.

Note: Please don't Google the database name to get to it. Google won't take you to the proxied link and you won't get our full access. The surest way to access the library databases is directly from the library's website.

Off-campus access to electronic library resources such as databases, ebooks and  journals from off-campus is limited to current students, faculty, and staff.

Ask a Librarian!

Not sure where to start? Need help getting the full-text? Looking for help with citations? The librarians can help you with that and so much more!

Email

Send a message anytime to libraryreference@furman.edu.

Chat

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Summer Classes Hours

Monday - Friday: 10 am - 4 pm

When classes are not in session, our hours are limited, but we will continue to respond to emails and voicemail messages.

Phone

Give us a call at (864) 294-2195

(We are still monitoring our voicemail while working from home)

Text

Send us a text message at (864) 214-7172

(We are still able to respond to text inquiries while working from home)

Snail Mail

Research Assistance
James B. Duke Library
Furman University
3300 Poinsett Highway
Greenville, SC 29613