Off-Campus Access to Library Digital Content




Test your connection here, if you arrive at the findit sign-in page, you have established a connection with our server. You may close the window and proceed to findit or to the A-Z Databases page. 

If you received an error message such as "400 Bad Request" after attempting to connect, you may need to correct one or both of the following problems:


Your browser must be set to accept cookies. 

  • Internet Explorer 6 and higher: Click on Tools > Internet Options > Privacy. Adjust the privacy level to Medium or Low.
  • Firefox and Google Chrome: both of these browsers should not have any problems. 

High-Speed Internet Conflict

Some high-speed internet connections (such as NetZero connections) cause a conflict with our proxy server. This conflict can be resolved by doing the following:

  • Launch Internet Explorer
  • In the menu bar, click on Tools, then on Internet Options. 
  • In the new window, select the Connections tab. 
  • Scroll through the Dial-Up settings to locate your high-speed Internet Service Provider (ISP) (e.g. Net Zero). 
  • Under Proxy Server, click Advanced. 
  • In Exceptions, scroll to the end of the list, then enter the following (with the semi-colon):  ;
  • Keep clicking OK until all menus close. 

About Security Certificates

Proxy server traffic runs through a secure connection. 

For Internet Explorer 6 and higher:

  • After clicking on a database title, a window will open letting you know about the transfer to secure pages. Click "OK" here. 
  • On the certificate prompt, click "Yes" to proceed. 
  • Login with your network username and password. 
  • Click "Yes" to continue. 

Still having problems?

You can Report a Library Digital Content Access Issue or contact Carol Hanan by phone at (479) 968-0288 or by email to