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How do you access a specific database?

Last Updated: Sep 07, 2017  |  95 Views
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In order to access specific databases by title, follow these steps.

1. Start on the library homepage. At the bottom center of the page, you will see Search Database A-Z List. Click on the A-Z List link.

2. On the A-Z Databases results page, select the first letter of the title of the database that you would like to access.

3. Once you are on the results page for your selected letter, simply click on title of the database title to access it.

Please note that if you are accessing the database remotely, you will be asked to enter your Chapman or Brandman username and password.

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