One issue that comes up from time to time is accessing content via PEP Web off campus, so I thought I’d quickly clarify this in a (very short!) blog post…
If you need to access PEP, you need to look for the login option near the top of the screen. When you click that you’ll be taken to a page with a bunch of text and fields to enter a username and password – this is not your Athens username and password!
The PEP Web login screen.
Rather than entering your login details in those two boxes, look for the link at the end of the body of text that says “Athens or federation user? Login here.” This will take you through to a screen with a number of login options:
At this point, UEL staff and students should click on Eduserv Athens and then enter their UEL Athens login (if your at Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, you will need to follow that link instead).
You should (hopefully!) then have access to PEP Web off campus. However, if you have any further problems, please do not hesitate to let me know! And don’t forget, a guide to searching PEP Web is available here.
Good news for those wishing to access one of the key resources for those studying psychiatry or clinical psychology! The full content of the British Journal of Psychiatry is now available off-campus (previously the most recent year was only available on campus). To access the journal, click this link and look for it on the list (near the bottom). As usual, to access off campus you will need to enter your Athens login details.
If you have any queries about the British Journal of Psychiatry, or any of our resources, please let me know!
As promised in the inductions I’ve done so far, below is a version of the presentation I have delivered in sessions. If you want to download a copy, you can do so by clicking on the ‘Save’ icon on the slide player. As always, if you have any queries, please do get in touch!
Furthermore, you can find a version of the ‘Finding Journal Articles’ handout on this blog, here.