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What is OpenAthens?
OpenAthens is an authentication service that is being implemented by the Florida Academic Library Services Consortium (FALSC) for the Florida College System and State University System libraries. OpenAthens provides a single sign on to subscription-based electronic resources like library databases and e-books from on and off campus. OpenAthens is replacing the EZProxy authentication currently in use.
General information about OpenAthens, as well as links to documentation, supported resource lists, training, and more.
OpenAthens 101 - YouTube Playlist
Videos geared as a guide for librarians.
Interactive or On-Demand Training
A guide to the onboarding process for OpenAthens.
EBSCO Connect Help Site
FAQ’s, user guides, tutorials, and more
Difference between IP/Proxy & OpenAthens
Discover the difference between IP/proxy & OpenAthens single sign-on methods.
OpenAthens Enabled Services
A guide to vendor/publisher resources and how OpenAthens connects to them (federated, managed proxy, etc.)
Detailed documentation on all aspects of using OpenAthens, including OpenAthens administration, setup, linking, and more.
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