We would like to support you by offering you extended access to electronic resources during these critical times.
Many publishing houses unlock parts of their electronic offers temporarily for free and also extend remote access. Location independent as well as time independent access is possible– please check your proxy settings.
Please find here a current overview of the extra offers which are made available as well as information on remote access:
Remote access to
- Linde Digital,
- Beck-Online: instructions on how to configurate remote access can be accessed via this link
Whenever VPN is mentioned in this context the instructions actually refer to the university’s proxyserver. Please note that you need to be connected to the proxyserver before starting your registration, otherwise the “Kostenlos registrieren”-button won’t show up.
The following contents are freely accessible for the time being:
- Elsevier: All e-books (access available until end of june)
- EBSCO Academic Search Ultimate: Database-access (until 04th of August)
- EBSCO Business Search Ultimate: Database-access (until 04th August)
- EBSCO eBook Academic Collection: 180.000 e-Books (until 04th August)
- EBSCO Harvard Business Publishing Collection: approximately 630 E-Books (until 15th July)
- Beltz: All e-books (until end of june)
- De Gruyter: 75.000 E-Books up to CY 2016 incl. titles of partner-publishers like transcript or Iberoamericana/Vervuert (access available until end of june)
- UTB: All E-Books (access available until end of june)
- Springer: over 500 online-textbooks covering various disciplines (access available until end of july). Title lists can be accessed via this link
- Schäffer + Poeschel: All e-books (until end of june)
- Hogrefe: approximately 2.000 e-books covering the topics psychology/psychiatry/psychotherapy (until end of june)
- Bloomsbury: All titles of the e-book collections „Film & Media Studies“ and „Linguistics“ (until end of may)
- LexisNexis: All briefings und podcasts (for the time being)
- JSTOR: All journal collections (until end of june)
- Project Muse: E-Books and journals of various University Presses i.a. Ohio State, California, Georgia, Maryland (until end of june)
- Cambridge University Press: All 700 Online-Textbooks (until end of may)
- Erich Schmidt Verlag (ESV Campus): All journals (until end of june)
- Royal Society: All journals (for the time being)
- World Scientific: All journals (until end of june)
- Nomos: Over 4.000 e-books focussing on social sciences (until end of july )
A detailed list of further freely accessible online resources is available here: Vendor Love in the Time of COVID-19
For further information on electronic ressources at the University Library of Klagenfurt please visit our homepage.