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Linking to NebraskAccess

If you haven’t already done so, please read NebraskAccess Linking and Authentication.

The redesigned NebraskAccess site provides libraries and users who go through this site with a variety of starting points. Libraries can use and promote the link(s) that work with their preferred authentication method(s) and best meet their users’ needs.

https://nebraskaccess.nebraska.gov

Link directly to the NebraskAccess site. This page provides users with a variety of links including links to the Databases and Websites selected by Librarians. NebraskAccess passwords, and IP authentication will work with this link.

Note: You may also link directly to the Websites Selected by Librarians using: https://nebraskaccess.nebraska.gov/websites

https://nebraskaccess.nebraska.gov/databases

The Databases for Nebraskans page contains links to the three access pages below along with a prominent password box at the top of the page. The password box allows users to enter a NebraskAccess password which will take them to the access page that corresponds to their password. This is a great link to use if all of your users will be entering a NebraskAccess Password.

https://nebraskaccess.nebraska.gov/em

The Elementary/Middle School Databases access page provides a list of databases selected and customized to meet the everyday research needs of elementary and middle school students. A NebraskAccess password starting with the letters EM will be needed to access the databases on this page. IP authentication can also be setup to work with this page. Use this link on websites and computers/devices used by elementary and middle school students.

https://nebraskaccess.nebraska.gov/hs

The High School Databases access page provides a list of databases selected and customized to meet the everyday research needs of high school students. A NebraskAccess password starting with the letters HS will be needed to access the databases on this page. IP authentication can also be setup to work with this page. Use this link on websites and computers/devices used by high school students.

https://nebraskaccess.nebraska.gov/all

The All NebraskAccess Databases page provides an alphabetical list of all of the databases available through NebraskAccess including those designed for adult and academic users. A NebraskAccess password starting with the letter A will be needed to access the databases on this page. IP authentication can also be setup to work with this page.

Links to individual databases

Libraries may also choose to link directly to individual databases from their own website. These links can be used with IP authentication and/or the NebraskAccess passwords. Libraries may select to link to one, some, or all of the databases.

These links are setup in such a way that if a user is on a library computer/device setup for IP recognition and clicks on one of these links, they will be taken directly to the database. While the link does go through the NebraskAccess site, our server recognizes the IP and immediately sends the user to the database. They never actually see the NebraskAccess page. If a user is using a computer/device that is NOT setup for IP recognition, then the user will see a page on the NebraskAccess website that prompts them to enter a NebraskAccess password.

We are able to provide libraries with individual links to the databases that are available on the Elementary/Middle School Databases page, the High School Databases page, or the All NebraskAccess Databases page. If you would like to use the individual database links, please email NebraskAccess and let us know the group of links you use.

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Additional Information

As you may have seen, we have created About pages for each of the databases. If, for example, you go to the Elementary/Middle School Databases page, you may notice the question marks that are available at the end of each database description. Clicking on a questions mark will take you to the corresponding About page for that database. If you find this information useful, feel free to link directly to these pages, or “borrow” any of the information we make available.

If you have questions, please contact Allana Novotny or Susan Knisely at NebraskAccess.


For more information, contact NebraskAccess.