Many UVM students and faculty will not be coming to campus regularly, if at all this fall, here are some tips that can help you to use our collections and services.
In order to access UVM subscription resources (databases, journals, articles, ebooks) from off campus you need to log in to our proxy server. Most resource links will automatically prompt you to log in with your NetID to authenticate. For maximum success, click the “Connect Off Campus” button from the library homepage or use the link below:
UVM Proxy Access -- Login Now (link will open new window)
You will need to reauthorize each time you return to our site.
Note: The standard UVM VPN service is NOT configured to provide access to our subscription materials. If you already use and prefer the VPN, please contact us for instructions to configure Cisco AnyConnect for access to library subscription resources.
The UVM Libraries provides access to digital materials available to you on and off campus.
CATQuest can help you to find ebooks, journal articles, streaming media, and other online resources.
Research Databases offer access to full-text articles, ebooks, videos, and more.
Temporarily Free Collections from academic publishers.
Google Scholar is a popular search engine for locating academic and policy information. Use our link to Google Scholar from the Research Databases List or below to guarantee you will have access to our subscriptions while searching Google Scholar.
Students who are working "at home" may request that books from UVM's collection be mailed to you. Use the Document Delivery Form to place an order.
First time users will need to provide some personal information before placing a request.
We encourage patrons to check our catalog for items needed because we will gladly scan chapters from books that UVM owns. We can also access electronic articles and other items to which we can get free access. Some dissertations can be purchased through ProQuest and delivered electronically. Any questions, please contact email@example.com or call 802-656-2242. More information.
For in-depth help with your research, make an appointment for a remote consultation via phone, email, or online with a Librarian who is the subject specialist in your area.