Yes! We can suggest several strategies.
Start at the library webpage
By signing in with your UTORid and password when you are using LibrarySearch, you are authenticated as a U of T user for the rest of your browser session. This allows you access to U of T licensed e-content, such as articles, databases, or e-books.
Change your Google Scholar settings
Make sure Google Scholar knows you're a U of T user. Once you change your settings, you'll see "Get it! UTL" links next to articles in your search results.
If you're using Chrome or Edge, install an extension called LibKey Nomad. It will link you to the PDF of articles owned by U of T or open access.
Paste the proxy
If you're on a journal website, try pasting http://myaccess.library.utoronto.ca/login?url= in front of the URL you're currently on. You will be asked to log in with your UTORid.
This only works if the library actually subscribes to the journal. You can search our catalogue for the journal title or ask us for help.