Answered By: ESC Sara Last Updated: Oct 31, 2023 Views: 151
Your SUNY Empire login gives you access to all of our subscription databases; however, using certain advanced features in these databases, like saving articles to ready later, often requires you to create a separate, free login account. If you haven't created and signed into that separate account when you save articles, they will no longer be in your folder or favorites when you return to that database later on.
Each database looks a bit different and uses different wording, so here are help pages for each of our database vendors:
- How to save for later in OneSearch
- How to save for later in EBSCOhost
- How to save for later in Proquest
- How to save for later in JSTOR
- How to save for later in Gale
This guide from our Research Skills Tutorial will also help:
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