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Off-Campus Access

Many of the Libraries' services and collections are available to authorized users through the Internet.  On-campus users and those that dial up to the UT modem pool directly should have seamless access to most collections, while off-campus user will have to authenticate by providing user information.  Our database licenses and subscriptions for our electronic resources do not allow us to provide or sell access to unaffiliated users (i.e., not current faculty, staff, or students). 

On-line Circulation Services: 

You can use your Library Record  to
  • See a list of items you have checked out
  • Renew materials online (only once per item!)
  • Check the status of OhioLINK requests

Use our ILLiad Service to

Accessing OhioLINK Resources

Most OhioLINK resources, such as the Research Databases, Electronic Journal Center, and Digital Media Center, require you to authenticate with OhioLINK in order to gain access.  Any Research Database marked with the OhioLINK logo will require authentication.  You can authenticate here or when you are directed to when accessing OhioLINK resources.

If you experience problems authenticating, please see the OhioLINK Remote Authentication FAQ.

Accessing other Electronic Resources

Some of our electronic resources, including some databases and electronic journals, are subscribed to directly by the University of Toledo, not all of OhioLINK.  These may be accessed through the UT Library Catalog record, just search the catalog for the title of the journal or database that you want to connect to.  A link will be provided in the full catalog record. 

Courtesy Card Holders (including Alumni)

Our database licenses and subscriptions for our electronic resources do not allow us to provide or sell access to unaffiliated users (i.e., not current faculty, staff, or students).  Therefore, courtesy card holders, including members of the Alumni Association, may not use our databases and subscriptions remotely, but must use them in the library.

Last Updated: 7/7/15