University of California San Francisco (UCSF) EZProxy
Quickly access resources off-campus through the University of California San Francisco proxy.
Or use this URL directly: https://ucsf.idm.oclc.org/login?qurl=
Whenever you are on a site that requires licensed access, click on the "University of California San Francisco proxy" bookmarklet. You will be asked to login, and then redirected to the "proxified" version of the site.
What is EZproxy?
EZproxy, a web proxy server, grants authorized users such as students, faculty, and staff the ability to remotely access the university's electronic resources from any point around the world. With EZproxy, these resources are accessible just as they would be on-campus, ensuring that essential information is constantly at your fingertips, regardless of whether you are studying within your home, performing research in a café, or traveling in other countries.
Why use EZproxy?
Owing to licensing deals with publishers and content providers, a considerable number of the university's electronic resources are limited to on-campus usage. EZproxy permits off-campus access to these resources by validating your university credentials and giving the impression that your request is originating from an on-campus IP address.
Quick access to popular databases and journals
- NCBI PubMed
- Web of Science
- APA PsycNET
- Springer Link
- IEEE Xplore Digital Library
- Oxford Academic Journals