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The USC Libraries are phasing out direct access to electronic resources based on fixed USC IP addresses (used by computers located on campus). This move is in response to a marked increase in attempts of unauthorized access, excessive download of publisher's content, contractual concerns from vendors, and guidance from Office of Chief Information Security Officer.
Electronic resources are now solely accessible through the USC Libraries website by signing on with your USC NetID. Below are some suggestions:
Use library’s Database A-Z list to find electronic resources link by name
For a known-item search, cut and paste citations directly to the search box on Libraries website
Install the LibKey Nomad browser extension to your browser. LibKey Nomad recognizes much of the scholarly publishers’ content subscribed by USC Libraries (see list) and allows you to access full text directly from the publisher’s website