Last Updated: Mar 10, 2017 Views: 729

CQUniversity is moving to a Single Sign On (SSO) experience for you. EBSCO is a provider of online databases and ebooks. It has just been included in the SSO experience. When you access EBSCO for the first time on or after Tuesday December 12th 2017, you will be prompted to either create a new account, or link an existing account.

  • If you have already created a My EBSCOhost account to download ebooks to, or save searches in, use the Link your exisiting My EBSCOhost account to your institution account now option. Log in with the username and password you have for that account.

  • If you have never saved any citations, or searches, or borrowed an eBook through EBSCO, use the Create a new My EBSCOhost account and link it to your institution account option. Enter your first name, last name and CQUniversity email address. Click Continue.


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