Off Campus Access
To access UConn Libraries' resources from off campus, go through the library website. When you click on a licensed resource, you will be prompted for your NetID.
Alternatively, you can use SkyBox. You will be prompted to login from the SkyBox homepage.
If you are having issues with your NetID, contact https://netid.uconn.edu/
Document Delivery/Interlibrary Loan (ILL)
Order materials the UConn Libraries don't own--books, journal articles, and videos--via Document Delivery/Interlibrary Loan service.
Key Chemistry Databases
SciFinder requires registration. SciFinder is the core research and discovery tool for finding chemical substances, reactions, journal articles, and patent records. Covers journals, conference proceedings, patents, dissertations, and books from 1907 to the present. Draw and submit chemical compound and reaction searches directly from ChemDraw into SciFinder. Tutorial
Search the Beilstein Handbook of Organic Chemistry, Gmelin Handbook of Inorganic and Organometallic Chemistry, US Patent and Trademark Office Database, and world and European patents. Database of chemical structures, their associated chemical and physical properties, reaction and synthesis information, and bibliographic data. Can be searched by reaction, substance/structure, property, and citation. Tutorial from UMich Library
Scholarly journal articles with a heavy emphasis on science topics. Search by topic or author. Scopus also includes citation searching--what sources have cited an article or author. 1966 to present for general searching; 1996-present for citation searching. Tutorial
Good for chemical, biochemical, biomedical engineering topics. Over 5,600 journals, trade magazines and conference proceedings indexed annually. Updated weekly, coverage from 1970-present. Tutorial