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When using library resources off campus, the system prompts for your Ohio Northern University username and password
When prompted for your username, type yourONUusername.
Your password is the same password you use to sign into your ONU email.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Creating an EBSCO Account
As part of our EBSCO databases, users can create an account to save searches. In order to utilize this feature, you'll first need an EBSCO account. The instructions below will guide you through the process of creating an account:
From the EBSCO database of your choice, select the Sign In button in the top blue bar of the page
Next, on the Sign In page, select the link labeled Create one now towards the bottom of the page to create an account. The linked page should look like the one below:
Fill out the required information. It is not required to use your ONU email address, but it is recommended
Press the Continue button once you've successfully entered your information. If you cannot select the button, double check that you've entered your information correctly and that you've agreed to the EBSCO Data Retention Policy by check marking the box next to it.
Once you've finished entering your information, you'll be able to log into your EBSCO account.
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