This guide is designed to help you find the resources you need. Please contact us if you have any questions, comments or suggestions.
Here are some links to get you started.
VPN stands for “Virtual Private Network.” This means that if you log in using a VPN, you are connecting to the University in a secure way.
If you're using the Lion operating system, an iPad, an iPod, or an iPhone to connect to University resources from off campus, follow this link to set up a VPN (virtual private network)
Connecting to the Network
1. Access the library home page at http://library.med.utah.edu/
2. Click the Off Campus Access button on the right-hand side of the page
3. Enter your uNID and password and click LOGIN
You’re now logged in through “remote access” which means you can use most of the library’s subscription resources, including databases, electronic journals, and eBooks.
... more remote access options at http://library.med.utah.edu/ed/remoteaccess.php
What if you need an article that isn't available online?
Register with ILLiad to request material. If you are a student, there will only be a fee if you request an item that is available from a University of Utah library; you will not be charged for items that are not available from the University of Utah.
See a list of fees and more information here: http://library.med.utah.edu/or/services/fees.php#illfees
If you order an article that is available electronically, it will be sent to you via email; most of the time it will arrive within 24 hours.
Remember: All loans & deliveries are subject to U.S. Copyright law.
Library Workshops and Consultations
Do you need help with some software? Do you want to brush up on your searching skills?
The library can help.
We offer workshops on various databases and software.
Follow this link to see a list of our workshops: https://umarket.utah.edu/eccleslibrary/Results.cfm?category=5
What if you can't make it to campus? Contact the library to set up a consultation. You can see a list of consultation topics by following this link, https://umarket.utah.edu/eccleslibrary/Details.cfm?ProdID=45&category=6, feel free to choose the "Other Consultation" option if you'd like help with something you don't see on this list.
The library may also be able to offer workshops to suit your scheduling needs. Contact Amy Honisett at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the possibilty of weekend, evening, or early morning workshops or consultations.
If you're interested in a workshop on a topic that you don't see in our list, please use the Suggest a Workshop link to let us know.
The Utah Training Consortium also offers a list of workshops and classes offered by the University.