In 2016 Lund University Libraries had subscriptions to over 22 000 e-journals within a range of different subject areas.
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In order to find articles in the e-journals to which Lund University has a subscription, search in LUBsearch and follow Full Text Finder (formerly LU Linker) to get through to the article in full text (read more about Full Text Finder here).
If the publisher allows it, there are also PDF icons or direct links at the bottom of the entry.
In order to find direct links to e-journals you can also use ePublications and search for the journal, for example by title or ISSN. In the results list there is one or several links which lead to the full text on the publishers website and information on the years for which Lund University’s has access.
Please note! In ePublications you cannot search for specific articles, only links to e-journals.
If you are a student or employee at Lund University, you have access to the e-journals to which Lund University has a subscription, regardless of where you are at the time.
However, when you are off-campus, you need to log in to CAS with your student account or LUCAT identity in order to gain access to the journals (read more here about logging in from home).
Please note! When you try to access e-journals off campus, you are directed via a server which authenticates you; for this access to work it is important that you go via LUBsearch.
Because of clauses in the licensing agreement, people who are not students or employees of Lund University can only access the e-journals to which the University has a subscription when they are on site at one of the physical libraries at Lund University.
Check the libraries’ opening hours here.