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Access and Services for Dell Medical School Faculty, Students, and Residents

On Campus access is by IP address authentication

Off Campus access is by valid UT EID/password. You must have a current appointment or affiliation with UT Austin/Dell Medical School.

If you do not have a valid, current UT EID, contact Elizabeth Steinour, 512-495-5061.

Create a strong password for your UT EID. For EID password help, contact ITS EID Self-Service Tools or 512-475-9400.

  1. Go to the UT Libraries Find a Journal page.
  2. Enter the journal title or the beginning of the journal title.

        3. From the retrieved results, select the correct title.

Dell Med's Health Sciences Librarian serves as the primary library services provider for the students, residents, faculty, and staff of the Dell Medical School.

The Health Sciences Librarian's services include:

  • Reference help via email, phone, or in-person
  • Research consultation via phone, virtual meeting, or in-person consultation
  • Information Literacy Instruction
  • Reference management tool instruction (EndNote)
  • Literature review assistance
  • Systematic and Scoping review assistance/co-authoring
  • Resource selection

Dell Med students, residents, faculty, and staff are also welcome to use UT Libraries services and collections, including:

Use UT InterLibrary Services (ILS) to:

  • To request a loan of a book not owned by UT Libraries. Typical turnaround time is 5+ days for a print book. (This service is suspended temporarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic.)
  • To request a scan of a journal article or book chapter that is not available in the UT Libraries electronic collections. Typical turnaround time is 1-3 business days. 
  • To request digital copies of articles or book chapters to be placed on course reserve. Please allow 7-14 days for your course reserve request to be processed.


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