Select Articles and A-Z databases under Research tools.
Select a database (e.g., EBSCO eBooks).
Log in using your full myClackamas email addressand password.
Success! You will have immediate access the database you selected.
Trouble logging in? Call 503-594-6323 or 503-594-6042 for help.
Why can't I log in?
CCC provides off-campus access to library databases and eBooks for current students, faculty, and staff only. When accessing an online resource from off-campus, access is authenticated via a proxy server. You will be asked to enter your myClackamas credentials to verify your current affiliation with the College.
Below are explanations of the errors you might encounter when logging in to your library accounts or to CCC Library’s articles and databases.
Clicking on a library link isn't working; link is broken.
What you need to do: Contact a librarian through 24/7 Ask a Librarian chat and ask for help getting the resource. Second, if the link is in your Moodle site, please let your instructor know that the link is broken. Otherwise, let the library know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
A link to a library resource is incorrect if you follow it and land on any of the following: Faculty: Linking to articles and more contains instructions for creating links to library resources that will work from on and off campus.
A CCC page that says the requested page could not be found.
A sign-in screen that isn’t the CCC login or has a logo other than CCC’s.
Error message says: "Enter your user ID in the format “domain\user” or “user@domain”.
You may be entering the wrong login credentials. Log in using your full Clackamas email address as your username, and your myClackamas password. (Example: email@example.com).
Error message says: “Oops! It looks like you have attempted to view a page that has not been configured for access.”
This error occurs when you try to go to a website that either is a new resource or isn't known to our Proxy service. Please contact CCC Library’s IT specialist Mark Kremkow (firstname.lastname@example.org, 503-594-6152) and we’ll get it resolved as soon as possible.
Error message says: “This site can’t be reached sts.clackamas.edu took too long to respond.”
This error is likely a computer, network, or browser issue. Solutions:
Try another browser (e.g., Firefox, Chrome).
Reset your wifi connection (if applicable).
Restart your computer/device.
Try another computer/device.
Can't access CCC databases or articles?
Verify that you are in the right place: All library resources must be accessed through links on CCC Library's website. Library resources cannot be accessed through Google or Google Scholar.
Make sure you are logged in to the CCC Library site before opening database materials.
If you are certain that you are in the right place and logged in, try these steps:
Try a different browser (e.g., Firefox, Chrome).
Disable security temporarily.
Delete temporary files.
Restart your browser.
Restart your computer.
If you are logged in to the CCC library catalog and cannot open a resource through the green "Full text available" or "Online access" links, the link may be broken. Click the "submit report" button () to let CCC library know!