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Due to licensing restrictions, remote access to most online resources is limited to students, staff, and faculty at the University of Texas at Austin. If access is restricted, you will be asked to enter your University of Texas at Austin EID and password.

Even as library resources are increasingly digital in format, research materials in the University of Texas at Austin Libraries continue to be available to the citizens of Texas, researchers from around the nation, international scholars, and the general public. Just as library users visit the library to consult print materials, visitors can come to the UT campus to use library resources and access most of the same research materials as UT students, faculty and staff. Our license agreements with publishers and database providers require that public access to library resources must occur via library computers. Visitor access to materials is governed by our Computer and Network Use Policy. Library users who are not current students, faculty, or staff should see more about Visitor EIDs and Library Information for Visitors).

Downloading of entire journal issues or complete journal volumes in a systematic fashion is strictly prohibited. Furthermore, attempts to download the entire database is also prohibited by the license agreement between the publishers of these resources and the University of Texas at Austin. It is prohibited to make print or electronic copies for redistribution to non-subscribers or non-subscribing institutions. Web activity may be monitored by individual publishers and violation of the licensing agreement could result in cancellation of the service.