New Resource: Quetzal Advanced Version

Quetzal

The library now has access to the Advanced Version of Quetzal! Find it on the library’s database page, or follow the links/directions below.

Version descriptions:
Basic (Free) – Enhanced linguistic searching of PubMed documents to find relevant results.
Advanced – Includes patent, full-text searching and AHRQ Treatment Protocols.

Note: When creating a new individual account, users must be on campus, logged in with their PassportID after following the link below (if off campus), or connected by VPN.

For new users:

  1. Go to Quetzal.
  2. Scroll down to the bottom of the page.
  3. You will see the following message:

quetzal
If it doesn’t say “University of Colorado – Anschutz Medical Campus,” you are not on campus and will need to go through your Proxy Server or VPN

  1. Click the registration button at the bottom of the page:

quetzal 2

  1. Fill out the Registration Form.  Our organization should be pre-selected for “University of Colorado – Anschutz Medical Campus”.  If not, please select that from the drop-down list.  [Note: a separate registration is required for each individual user since each user uses their personal space to save searches, get weekly alerts, save results with personal annotations, and participate in private journal clubs.]
  2. Read the Terms of Use and check the box at the bottom of the Registration page.
  3. Click the Continue button.
  4. You should see a message saying “Your user registration was successful. You may Login to Quetzal® Search now.”  [IMPORTANT NOTE: If you see instead a new form that says “Choose your Subscription type”, then STOP.  You have not been correctly recognized as being from University of Colorado – Anschutz Medical Campus.  Be sure you are on site or logged in through your organization’s Proxy Server.  Or, make sure you are signing up for Quetzal® Advanced, not Professional.]
  5. Happy Searching!  You can follow along with the Guided Tour on your first visit. This will help you understand how to use Quetzal® effectively. You can also check out the information and 30” videos shown in the Quetzal® Quick Help section on the home page (after logging in).
  6. Any questions or problems?  Contact Quertle at info@quertle.com.

For users with an existing Quetzal® Basic account:

  1. Go to Quetzal.
  2. Login to your existing account.
  3. In the upper right corner of the search area, click on “Your Quetzal”.
  4. Click on the My Profile tab. In the Organization drop-down list, be sure our subscribing organization name (University of Colorado – Anschutz Medical Campus ) is chosen.  This should be the same name you see on the Quetzal welcome page in the “Happy News” message at the bottom of the page.  If it is not the same, please select the correct Organization from the list.
  5. Click on the My Account tab.  You should see a Happy News message.  [NOTE: If you do not see the Happy News message, then STOP.  You have not been correctly recognized as being from University of Colorado – Anschutz Medical Campus.  Be sure you are on campus or logged in through your organization’s Proxy Server.]
  6. Click “Change” on the Your Version line.
  7. Choose “Advanced” in the dialog that opens and then click Submit. You may need to log in again.
  8. On your My Account page, the line for “Your Version” should now display Quetzal® Advanced.
  9. Enjoy searching all the content Quetzal® has to offer and the full set of features and functions.
  10. Any questions or problems?  Contact Quertle at info@quertle.com.

Non-AMC campus members can still register for access to the Basic (free) versionhttps://www.quetzal-search.info/

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