Logging in for Access
In order to use the Library's databases, you will have to log in to the Library's proxy server.
Accessing the Proxy Server
Palmer campus has a proxy server to access many of the database services to which the library subscribes.
When you click on any of the services where access has been activated, a log-in screen will appear.
For your Username, enter the first part of your Palmer e-mail address, which is usually your first name [dot] your last name. For example: bj.palmer.
If your name is longer than 17 characters, enter the portion of your e-mail address that comes before the "@" symbol.
The Password is your Palmer portal password. If you don't know your password, please contact Information Services.
Availability of Databases Through Proxy Server
Proxy server access is available for the following services:
- All EBSCOhost databases
- EBSCO ebook collection database and links in Sirsi Online Catalog
- Rehabilitation Reference Center
- Wiley Online Library (access only to the titles we subscribe to)
- Cochrane Library
- Science Direct (access only to the titles we subscribe to)
- SpringerLink (Lyrasis) (access only to the titles we subscribe to)
- Natural Medicines
- Official Disability Guidelines
- Journals at Ovid through the A to Z ejournals list
- All journal titles we subscribe to through the A to Z ejournals list.—see instructions below
Proxy server is set up for most titles in the A to Z eJournal Lists:
- Click here to access the A to Z eJournal List
- Service is set up for the majority of A to Z ejournal-linked titles owned by the libraries. The proxy page will appear when you click on the link to the journal. In order to log in, follow the instructions below.
- You will be able to link directly through for all Open Access titles.
PubMed Linkout will work through LinkSource
- Ebsco LinkSource connection will link you with the proxy server so you can get access to the article.
- The links to full-text articles through PubMed linkout function will work by linking you to the proxy server. Once you log in, you should have access to the article.
- **If you cannot obtain access to the articles through LinkSource, please print the citation and go to the journal title through the A to Z ejournals link. If the title is listed and available, you can then gain access to the article from off campus.
- TRIP (open access database) citations have link resolver connections so you can link and find out whether we own the title.
Proxy server is not available at this time for the Index to Chiropractic Literature. Please print the citation and go to the journal title through the A to Z ejournal link. You can then gain access to the article.
PEDro is an open access resource. Please print the citation and go to the journal title through the A to Z ejournal link. You can then gain access to the article if we own it.