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You need to have a valid library card in good standing.
Click on the title of the database you want to use.
If you're using a library computer, you will be connected immediately to the database.
If you're using a home, office or school computer, you will see a login screen.
Type in your barcode number. (It is important that you type all 14 numbers carefully).
Then, click the "Login" button.
Each time you select a database, you will need to enter your library card number and click on the login button before you can use the database.
You must have a compatible web browser.
Fines can be paid online, or at any of the libraries in the library system with cash, check, or credit.
If you did enter it correctly, and it still says your card is not on file, visit your local library to update your account. The library system regularly deletes inactive accounts from its database.
This software checks your library card number against our list of library card holders.
If it finds a match and you owe less than $5 in fines or fees, you can use the database.
If you have your cookies disabled, or if the cookie is corrupted, you will not be able to access the databases. You'll see a blank database list, an invalid authorization notice, and a message that says "welcome to [[null]].
Make sure your cookies are enabled. If they are, try clearing your cookies and your cache.
Make sure you have clicked on the link that says "Click here to access databases from home."
You can only use databases from: Do Research page.
Accessing databases from any other link or bookmark, will corrupt your cookies file and you won't be able to use databases from home. This will results in a lot of browser errors or blank pages.