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Access U of A libraries online resources

Most Continuing Education courses allow you to access all online resources of the University of Alberta Libraries for an extended period that starts two weeks before the official course start date and ends two weeks after the course end date.

The library’s electronic resources include a wide range of electronic journals, e-books, databases, and other online resources. Use them to get ready for your classes, to help support your studies, and to go deeper after the course has ended.

How to get the most out of your access:

  1. To find a resource, go to University of Alberta Libraries and use any of the available search boxes.
  2. Once you locate an item you want to access, click on it—you’ll then be asked for your CCID and password.
  3. Don’t have a specific publication in mind? You may want to search through the library’s Google Scholar login. Enter your CCID/password and then search with keywords as you’d do on Google. If the library has a subscription for the item you want, the link for the full article will be displayed on the right side of the page.
  4. Having trouble with access? Talk to a librarian through their chat service, available most weekdays until 8:30 pm and for limited hours during the weekend.

ONEcard for access to campus services

ONEcard is available to students who are enrolled in a program (optional; fee applies)

Career Services

Students admitted to a program have access to: