General How To
- Click on the green Connect Off Campus on the Dana Library web page.
- Use your UVM NetID account to log in. When you have logged in successfully, you will be returned to the Dana Library page (video).
- You can now click on Dana website links to access databases, journals, and e-books.
UVM Cisco AnyConnect VPN:UVM offers several VPN options, which work differently for library resources. See below for details. Client software must be installed once and run each time. Learn more about VPN at UVM or VPN Access for Students.
- The best way to use the VPN to access library resources is to enter sslvpn2.uvm.edu/full in Cisco AnyConnect's Ready to Connect box. This will assign you a UVM IP address and you should be able to access everything as if you were still on campus.
- If you use one of UVM's other VPN options (such as sslvpn2.uvm.edu), you will need to access library resources through the library's website just as if you weren't using a VPN at all. You will then be logged into the proxy automatically when needed, and won't have to type your netID and password again.
UVM COMIS Remote Desktop: Links to databases and online journals from a browser in the UVM College of Medicine Remote Desktop will work like they do from an on-campus computer.
COMET: Links in the UVM College of Medicine COMET system to journal articles, databases, and online journals integrated into COMET courses will allow access from off campus. Links to databases and journals are also available through the Dana Medical Library module.
PRISM: Some databases, like UpToDate, are integrated into UVM Medical Center PRISM system. Others can be accessed through a Dana Medical Library link in the pull-down menu.
UVM Medical Center Gateway: Links to databases and online journals from an Internet Explorer browser in the Gateway will work like they do from an on-campus computer.
What is my UVM NetID or password?
Consult this NetID guide to find your NetID, set your password, and reset a forgotten password.
What are my COMET or COMIS credentials?
Contact the COMIS help desk at (802) 656-7300 to reset a password, or get answers to other COMET or COMIS network questions.
I'm in COMET. Where is the Dana Medical Library module?
If the UVM - Dana Medical Library module does not appear on your COMET home page you can click on Add Module on the upper left. Enter "Dana" in the search box on the left and click Go. Click the Add button under the UVM - Dana Medical Library entry. Return to your COMET home page to see that the module has been added.
How do I get access to the UVM Medical Center Gateway and/or PRISM?
Check with the UVM Medical Center IS help desk at (802) 847-1414.
I'm at a UVM Medical Center computer. Am I on campus?
Employee computers at UVM Medical Center sites are considered to be on campus. Public or guest wireless networks at UVM Medical Center sites are typically considered to be off campus.