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From GW Hospital and off-campus locations, residents can login to resources using their GW UserID followed by @email.gwu.edu.
- Access the Himmelfarb Library website, and select the database, e-text, or e-journal which you would like to access.
- When the 'George Washington University Single Sign-on' webpage is displayed, securely login with your GW UserID followed by "@gwmail.gwu.edu" (students) or "@email.gwu.edu" (faculty/staff).
- Accounts created before May 22, 2022: Your GW UserID is the portion of your email address prior to @.
- Accounts created after May 22, 2022: Your GW UserID is your GWID (G#).
- The database, e-text, or e-journal that you selected will display automatically.
Himmelfarb Library @ GW Hospital
- GW Hospital is on a separate network from the Library and Ross Hall.
- The Library’s website automatically detects users at the GW Hospital and displays resources via two tabs
- Hospital Resources – no login required to access more selective set of clinical resources; includes ClinicalKey, DynaMed, Lexicomp, and selected e-journals.
- All Resources – login with your GW UserID/password to access all e-journals, e-texts and databases.
Getting Started @ Himmelfarb & GW
Wireless access to the GW computer network is available from Himmelfarb Library, Ross Hall Room 201, and from other areas on campus. Wireless access is available to GWU students, faculty, and staff only.
Instructions for connecting to GWireless
- Connect to the GWireless network from your device's list of available networks.
- When prompted, provide your GW UserID and password.
- After a Certificate screen displays, select Accept.
Questions about Wireless?
- Access to full-text journal articles; integrated in all research databases and also available on Google Scholar
- Access Documents2Go (interlibrary loan/document delivery) and additional full-text options; integrated in all research databases and also available on Google Scholar
Browser extension to accelerate access to full-text articles. Install the browser extension, then choose George Washington University – Himmelfarb Library
as your institution. LibKey Nomad product description
Clinical Information Resources
Point-of-care information resource includes drug and disease information
Clinical information tool searches extensive full-text holdings for clinical answers in journal articles, books, and videos
Comprehensive clinical drug information; includes Lexi-Drugs and Lexi-Interact.
Interface incorporates Himmelfarb Library's full-text links customized search filters for EBM/Clinical Reviews, EBM/Clinical Trials, and Reviews
Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library