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Off-Campus Access to Library Databases
Off-campus access is available for the majority of our online resources and databases 24/7 to current University students, faculty, and staff. When prompted, enter your ULID and password to access a database. For help with ULIDs and passwords, students, faculty, and staff should contact the University IT Service Desk.
Off-campus access problems?
If you are unable to access a database from off-campus, contact the Reference Desk at (337) 482-6030, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the Got Questions? Ask Us! box to chat with a library staff member.
Many times, a reset of your password will correct the problem. To reset your password, go to ULink and use the "I forgot my password" link.
In addition, you may try the following steps:
- Make sure cookies are enabled.
- Clear cookies & cache.
- Try opening a new window.
- Try another browser.
- Try rebooting your computer.
- Try another computer, if possible.
If multiple databases from different providers, for example, JSTOR and Academic Search Complete, are unavailable from off-campus and it is after Library Hours, the University IT Service Desk may be able to help you. Contact them at (337) 482-HELP (4357) or email@example.com.
Credo Reference provides over 3 million full-text entries on all disciplines from reference works including online dictionaries, encyclopedias, biographies, guides, and more. It also includes additional content from other sources such as EBSCO, JSTOR, and Google Books. Try Credo's Mind Map brainstorming tool to find related terms and expand your search. Credo is updated regularly.
Titles added to the Credo collection in January:
Individual study cubicles are available to undergraduate students on the 2nd Floor of the Library.
Cubicles are assigned on a first come, first served basis, and will be subject to a two-hour time limit as demand requires.
Stop by the Circulation Desk to get a key.
Find more information:
Three (3) student Collaboration Stations can be found on the 2nd Floor of the Library across the hall from the STEP Lab.
- Large monitors and whiteboards allow groups to view information, work together on projects and create group presentations.
- Network drops are available to ensure Internet access.
- Students can check out data and HDMI cables at the Circulation Desk to connect laptops/tablets to the network and monitors.
The Collaboration Stations are available thanks to a STEP (Student Technology Enhancement Program) grant.
About Edith Garland Dupré Library
Edith Garland Dupré Library is centrally located at the heart of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette's main campus. The Library is open to students, faculty, staff, and the public. Here, you have access to resources spanning more than 1.5 million bound volumes, 2 million microform units, 6,000 serial titles, print and non-print back files, over 200 databases, 500,000 eBooks and an array of special collection items from the Cajun & Creole Music Collection (CCMC), the Louisiana Room (which includes the Jefferson Caffery Reading Room), the Rare Book Collection, the University Archives & Manuscripts Collection, U.S. Government Information, the Ernest J. Gaines Center collection and Blanco Public Policy Center collection (Coming Soon).
Most of the Library's collections are available online through the Library Catalog. Affiliated libraries include the Instructional Materials Center and Reading Center, both located in Maxim Doucet Hall, Room 101B & 104, the William S. Patout III Sugar Library in Patoutville, LA and the Hilliard University Art Museum located on campus.
The Library is home to several high traffic student computer labs on the first and 2nd Floors and Jazzman's Café & Bakery located in the back of the building on the 1st Floor.
The librarians at Edith Garland Dupré Library are eager to help prepare students by providing them with the resources they need for their education.