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In Blackboard we are supposed to look up the first two chapters in the Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research. Once I have to sign into Ebco ( or

In Blackboard we are supposed to look up the first two chapters in the Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research. Once I have to sign into Ebco ( or something like that), it no longer accepts my web ID and password.
Last Updated: Sep 30, 2018  |  0 Views
 
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We're sorry to hear you are having trouble accessing this text for your class.  Are you trying to read the The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics? I noticed on the record for this book in Primo that we actually have access to this book on both the EBSCO and Ebook Central platforms.  I tried accessing both from home and was able to get to the book full text successfully.  If you are having trouble with the EBSCO platform, perhaps try accessing the version in Ebook Central and see if that works better.  You might also try a different browser or try clearing your cache and browser history to see if something might be interfering with your access to the book.

Note that you don't have to sign into EBSCO itself to access a book.  You do have to authenticate using your university credentials at the library's eresources portal, but signing into a personal EBSCO account is optional.  If you are still having difficulty getting to the book, could you reply with some screenshots of the errors you are seeing?  That may help me see exactly what is happening on your computer. 

Sincerely,

Stephen

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