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1020 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-503-6994
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Can I get into any of the full text from home?

Yes! If you have a Campus Key, you may use databases and electronic journals from any computer which has an Internet connection and browser software.

When you click on Jefferson links to resources, our proxy server will recognize that you are accessing the resource from an off-campus computer, and will automatically request your Campus Key and password. No special software or settings are required.

You must access resources from the Scott Library website in order for this system to work.

Jefferson Campus Keys are available to TJU and TJUH faculty, students and staff, and qualified member subscribers. See the Library User Groups and Privileges page for a description of services available to non-Jeffersonians. Contact the Service Desk at 215-503-6994 or contact the online Ask a Librarian service with other questions.

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