The Campbell University Libraries have established a proxy server to provide legitimate Campbell users coming in from other Internet Service Providers (ISPs) access to restricted web-based databases.
Certain Internet resources at Campbell are, for contract and license-related reasons, restricted to clients in the campbell.edu domain. This is true for almost all of the databases listed in Databases or Journals. Faculty, staff, and students who access the Internet through commercial ISPs off-campus are not able to access these restricted databases.
The proxy server allows Campbell faculty, staff, and students to have access to all of our web-based resources regardless of the physical location of the user.
How The Proxy Server Works
When you first try to access a remote database, you will be directed to a login page. Enter your user name and password in the text boxes on the page. After you are authenticated, you then will be directed to the database you have chosen. The login page will appear only once in each session.
How to Login
To log in to the proxy server you need to enter your Blackboard username for your username and your Blackboard password for your password. If you have any questions about your Blackboard account you can contact Computing Services Helpdesk at (910) 893-1208 for assistance, or e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact the Research Assistance Desk For Help
If you are experiencing problems using the proxy service, please call the Research Assistance Desk at (910) 893-1467 or contact us online.