Answered By: Katja Slonawski
Last Updated: Jul 16, 2019     Views: 67

Many scholarly journal articles are available in electronic format.

 

Using LUBsearch

To check if Lund University libraries have got an electronic subscription to the articles you are looking for you can start by using LUBsearch.

When you find an article of interest you click on the PDF (if such is available) or Full Text Finder.

Please note that if you are sitting outside from the campus network, you will be asked to log in using your student account or Lucat id.

 

 

 Using ePublications

If you are looking for articles from a specific e-journal you can also use a part of LUBsearch called ePublications, where you can search for e-journal titles and get a link directly to the platform where Lund University libraries gives access.

 

Other databases

Besides LUBsearch Lund University libraries also offer a great number of specialized databases for specific subject areas where you can also search for articles (take a look in the list of Databases A-Z).

 

Non-electronic journals

If you are looking for journals that aren't available in electronic format you can also search for journal titles (not by article) in our library catalogue LUBcat, where you will be able to see if the journal is available in print format at any of the libraries at Lund University.

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