In Firefox: Right-click on the following link, then select the "Bookmark This Link" option:
Drag this link to your bookmarks toolbar:
In Internet Explorer:
Right-click on this link:
Select the "Add to Favorites..." option. (You may be warned that you are adding a link which may be unsafe. You can click whichever option is required to continue.)
In Google Chrome:
This bookmarklet should not be used in Chrome. Instead, install the OSU Off Campus Sign-In Extension from the Chrome Web Store.
You can create an Off-Campus Sign-In Bookmarklet on your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch by viewing this page in your device's browser and following the steps below.
Note that this script is not compatible with Android phones.
Tap the arrow icon at the bottom (iPhone) or top (iPad) of your browser window and then select Add Bookmark.
You can change the name if you want (by default it will be called "Off-Campus Access - Veterinary Medicine - Research Guides at Ohio State University") Save the bookmark to your browser's Bookmarks folder (or location of your choice), then tap "Save".
This is the important part. Tap the bookmarks button (it looks like an open book) at the bottom (iPhone) of the screen or top (iPad) of the screen. Then, tap "Edit". Find the bookmark you just saved (unless you changed the name, it will be titled "Off-Campus Access - Veterinary Medicine - Research Guides at Ohio State University") and tap it.
You now need to change the URL to the text you copied in Step 1. Tap the URL field (it begins with "http://"), then delete everything in it and paste the text you copied:
Then, tap Done" (iPhone) or the back arrow (iPad) to return to the list of bookmarks, and tap "Done" to exit edit mode.
Now, when you are using your iPhone or iPad and follow a link into a web site that the library provides you access to, just tap the "Off-Campus Access " bookmarklet. If you have not logged in through the Libraries' website already, you will be redirected through OSU's authentication page. You will then be returned to the resource with access as if you were on campus.