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What is scoUT?

scoUT is a discovery tool that lets you search the combined resources of the UT Libraries with one easy and fast search window. It is compiled from over 7,000 publishers and content providers and covers nearly 90% of UT’s electronic journal subscriptions.

You can search for:

  • Articles (journal; newspaper; encyclopedia; trade)
  • Books (print, electronic, single chapters)
  • Conference Proceedings
  • Dissertations and Theses
  • Music (recordings and scores)
  • Videos
  • Government Documents
  • Manuscripts and Special Collections

 

How do I get to scoUT?

Access scoUT from the UT Libraries homepage.

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When to use scoUT

scoUT is a good place to begin your research, especially if you are not familiar with the databases or journals related to your topic.

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