McGoogan News

AMA journals temporarily unavailable

Due to the publisher’s processing issues, JAMA and the Archives journals are temporarily unavailable. The library does subscribe to the titles in print and any requests through McGoogan Docs will be processed free of charge during this downtime.

We apologize for any issues this may cause you.

Online Journal Finder downtime December 31

TDNet, the company that hosts the library’s Online Journal Finder, will be conducting server maintenance on Saturday, December 31. There may be times when this interface is not available. That includes the GetIt@UNMC and Check For Full-Text links in our databases.

Full-text journals can still be accessed during this downtime by searching for the journal title in the Helix Library Catalog. If you wish to order an article, you can access the order form from the green tab on any library webpage.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Update: Order Articles technical issues (Tues Dec 20)

The Order Articles / McGoogan Docs web forms are currently available for ordering. However, access to PDFs that you have ordered is not yet possible from this site. All newly received PDFs will be emailed to the address designated in your McGoogan Docs account. If you need to access a PDF that should be available in your PDF table, please call (402-559-7085) or email ( and we will email the PDF to you.


Order Articles technical issues (Monday Dec 19)

We are currently experiencing an unexpected interruption in the Order Articles/McGoogan Docs interface. If you have a Rush request or if you need to access a PDF that is already in your account, please call the Interlibrary Loan Department (402-559-7085) for assistance. For regular requests during this downtime, you can email the citations to Please include your full name if not emailing from your Lotus Notes account. If you do not have a McGoogan Docs account, we will need to get in contact with you to establish that account.

We deeply apologize for this inconvenience and hope to have the system running as soon as possible.