Online Learning Library Services

Research Services Off Campus

Connect to the Library staff online through email, on chat, or by phone.  Use the links to the left or the Ask a Question box.  If you need more in-depth research assistance, make an appointment with a librarian.  We will work with you to determine the best meeting options, virtual or in person, for your situation. 

Connect to Resources through OneSearch.  It gives you access to millions of articles and e-books from our databases, as well as physical materials located in the building. OneSearch is the main search box in the center of the library homepage and is often the best place to start. For undergraduate research, this is a good starting point. It's easy to use and offers several handy tools to save searches or individual items and suggested citations too. 

Remote Access/Off Campus Logon

When you are off-campus, to get full access to the library:

  1. Go to the library homepage
  2. Click on "Library"
  3. Choose "Remote Access"
  4. Enter your N# and password
  5. Access is now granted

Log In Problems

If you are off campus, you must log in to access online resources such as e-books, research databases, RefWorks, and ILL.  Log into the library from the home page (My Account) using your N# and 15+ character password.

Need to change or reset your password?  Click the link below.

IT Support

Information Technology Services supports campus computing and security.  If you are having trouble with Canvas, myWings, or your N# and password, contact the ITS Helpdesk at 904-620-HELP (4357) or  Visit their website for more info.

Social Media

We are also on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube.  Like and/or follow us on your preferred social media site.  We post updates, special events, photos, and more.  On YouTube, you'll find in-house created tutorials and other videos that may be relevant to your assignments and research needs.

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