To help Penn Vet alumni with their ongoing information needs, Penn's Veterinary library offers a fee-based copy service for any journal article within the Penn Veterinary or New Bolton Library collections.
Cost and delivery: $4.00 per article for Web-Delivery.
First register with the Veterinary Library. You will receive a Registration Number to be used when submitting requests.
Who may use this service:
Most articles are provided within two working days, with every effort made to supply the article within one week. Customer comments
Submit article request:
Submit individual requests using our Article Request Form.
Even if you no longer have access to PennText, you can still view Penn's subscriptions and holdings information directly from PubMed records.
Quick fix: when looking at a PubMed abstract, add ?otool=upennlib to the web address to show the PennText link, e.g.
Long term: set up a MyNCBI account with Penn's Outside Tool designation on your personal computer.
The PennText icon should now appear in the abstract display of your PubMed search results. Click the icon to find out where the full text is located in the University of Pennsylvania Libraries. You may then use the Alumni Copy Service or alumni walk-in services to gain access to the full text. You can also use MyNCBI to customize PubMed, save searches, save and share collections of citations, and manage your NIH bibliography.
A brief video tutorial is also available.
You can set up Google Scholar to show library access links to Penn Libraries, and to download citations directly to Refworks or EndNote.
Now when you perform a search in Google Scholar, the search results will display links to Penn's holdings, and to download the citations into your preferred citation management software.
Texas A&M provides electronic delivery of articles and book chapters at no cost for members of AABP, AAEP,AAEVT, AASRP, AASV, ACVECC, and ACVIM.
First time users - click “MSL Affiliate Login” and then “First Time Users”.