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The uleth ezproxy server

Posted: Jun 24, 2016 13:06;
Last Modified: Jun 24, 2016 13:06

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Paperpile allows users to put in their library’s ezproxy server. This allows the system to search for PDFs licensed through the university library, especially when off campus.

Although Paperpile has proxy addresses for a lot of Canadian universities, it doesn’t have one for Lethbridge. After doing some digging, I think I was able to find out ours:

http://ezproxy.alu.talonline.ca/login?url=$@

I found information on the server here (specifically about how to log in to JSTOR using it). The final part of the URL (i.e. url=$@) I guessed by looking at some other library proxy URLs. It seems to work.

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