Food Science & Human Nutrition Research Resources
This guide is intended to provide relevant library and information resources to support your work. If you are new to using the CSU Libraries, you may also find this two-page summary (PDF) helpful.
Librarian Merinda McLure is on sabbatical February-July, 2013. For librarian assistance during this time, please see the Help from a Librarian information on this page.
Create or Reset Your Library Accounts
Content: Merinda McLure
For full access to library resources:
- You will need to know your eID eName and ePassword to enter when prompted by the Libraries' Web pages
- You will want to create the following two accounts
To create these accounts you will need your CSUID (the last 8 digits of your RamCard barcode/find it in RamWeb).
- Have a PIN but can't remember it? Reset it.
- Have an account but can't remember your username/password? Ph. 970.491.1868 / email firstname.lastname@example.org / IM colostateill (AOL or Yahoo).
- Working as/with a research/teaching assistant?
Faculty may choose to set up a joint interlibrary loan account that both they and their research/teaching assistant may use. To do this, the faculty member should create a new account with a username and password that are different from those associated with their personal interlibrary loan account. The email address entered when creating the account can be either the faculty member's or the student's. The faculty member may then share the account username and password with their research/teaching assistant. Questions? Please contact interlibrary loan staff (see above).
Off-Campus Access: CSU Secure Access Gateway
While your eID eName and ePassword are all that you need to access library resources from off campus, you may like to work by first signing on to the CSU Secure Access Gateway (SSL VPN).
Off-Campus Access for CHHS Affiliates: Citrix
Content: Merinda McLure
Citrix (formerly eCAHS) is a fabulous resource available to students, faculty, and staff affiliated with the College of Health and Human Sciences. It is a web-based portal that allows access to a virtual desktop. You may use Citrix to access your College of Health and Human Sciences M: drive and other network storage (P:, S:, X:, W: drives) and to use software (Microsoft Office, EndNote, and more) provided by the College.
Citrix and the CSU Libraries
When you logon to Citrix and then access the CSU Libraries' Website/online resources from within Citrix, access functions just as it does on campus.
Citrix Set up and Help
For help with Citrix set up and questions, please contact the College of Health and Human Sciences Help Desk: Ph. 970.491.3458 (Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.)
• start your Citrix set up
• look for a message prompting you to download and install the Citrix client software to your personal computer
• use your eID eName and ePassword to logon to Citrix
• Citrix FAQs
Help from a librarian
Please email questions and comments to: email@example.com
If you are working on an assignment, please include the class number and a brief description of your project.