Answered By: Kelly Smith Last Updated: Nov 15, 2015 Views: 120
When accessing the Libraries' databases and other online resources, you will be prompted to log in with your E-Key (EKU email) to make content available to you that is not free on the open web.
E-Key login examples:
- Student (john_doe21)
- Faculty/Staff (doej)
Once you login, you should be seamlessly connected to our online resources.
If your login does not work, first make sure you have entered your username correctly. Only use the first part of your email--do not include the domain part of your email address.
If you are entering your username correctly and still can't login, contact IT to make sure your E-Key information is up to date. If IT confirms that your login information is correct, and you are still having problems logging in, please contact us so we can troubleshoot this problem.