Answered By: Janet Burk Last Updated: Apr 02, 2020 Views: 90
Even though databases such as PubMed allows marking and sending bulk results via email or download, our Request It database doesn't accept such files. It still requires single submission requests. If you are using the Find It@UTMB button, when the page opens up that indicates the article is in our print collection or that no access is available, use the Request It link on the page. The request form will be completed for you, and the system usually remembers your login so you will not have to continually re-log into Request It. Plus, the Find It@UTMB button will verify that you don't have immediate access to the full-text via one of our subscriptions.
You can see the Find It@UTMB button in PubMed if you connect via the Library's home page or directly to our customized address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?otool=txutgalib
- Where is the FindIt@UTMB button?
- It is in the search results of our databases. To see the Find It @UTMB button in PubMed, you have to use the PubMed link from the Library's home page. In PubMed, the button is visible after you click on the article title to reveal the abstract.