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So what if you need a book but we don't have a copy available at the School of Medicine Library? Request it from someone else! There are two easy ways to have a book loaned to you from another library: PASCAL Delivers and Interlibrary Loan.
ILL Express! is the Interlibrary Loan (ILL) ordering system for the USC School of Medicine Library. Books and journal articles can be borrowed from participating libraries across the country and delivered to you. This service is available to School of Medicine faculty members, students, staff, and South Carolina health care practitioners, as well as other individuals and organizations in South Carolina who are not affiliated with the University. (Please note that the Library only processes requests for biomedical materials.) This service is free for SOM faculty, students, and staff (limit of 10 requests at a time). For others, there is a charge for this service.
Get almost any book from any college library in South Carolina in just days! PASCAL Delivers is an exciting new service that puts the collections of all of the college libraries in South Carolina at your fingertips. For more detailed information, see the PASCAL Delivers FAQs.
The fulltext of these electronic textbooks is available to School of Medicine-affiliated users for browsing or searching. This is a partial list. See also:
To find print books available at the School of Medicine Library, click on the link above and search by Keyword, Title, Author, Medical Subject Heading, or ISBN.
Browse Shelves by Call Number
In the Library, books are arranged on the shelves by call number.
The books dealing with GERIATRICS have call numbers beginning with WT.
You can access the Library's electronic resources from anywhere!
When prompted to login, you must use your USC network username and password (not your School of Medicine network credentials).
Check out these resources to learn more:
To lookup your USC Network Credentials (i.e. Blackboard, Main Campus email, etc), go to Manage User Account. There you'll find options to claim your account, or reset password, etc.