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Q. The Chronicle of Higher Education keeps asking me to log in, even though I've logged in to the library services?

Some of the articles work, but others ask me to log in.

Answered By: Pollak Library
Last Updated: Jul 11, 2017     Views: 15

This is a chronic problem that we're working to address. Unfortunately, the navigation menu at the top loses the proxy info.
Make sure the lib-proxy.fullerton.edu part of the URL is in the address bar (ex: http://chronicle.com.lib-proxy.fullerton.edu/section/Home/5) and it should work. You can always add it in if the navigation loses it, or just click into the section you want and choose the articles from the main body - it's only the dropdown menus that cause this problem.
Alternatively, you can create an account with your fullerton.edu email address and can log in from wherever and not have the problem, including with the ipad app.

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