Electronic Media and Publishers Offers
TU-members have access to many scientific information in digital form such as e-books e-journals or databases. Please search
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You also have remote access to all services via VPN supplied by the University Computer Centre. Please tick “campus” when connecting.
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Publishers offers during Corona-Crisis
Due to the Corona pandemy the publisher Annual Reviews offers free access to all journals. Access is available without login and VPN connection.
Due to the current situation Cambridge University Press has initiated a “Coronavirus free access collection”.
Due to the Corona-crisis the publishing company supplies free access for a limited time. Users get to the required publication in four steps.
To support digital learning the publisher Elsevier has granted access to all ScienceDirect textbooks.
All titles are accessible in fulltext via VPN for students and lecturers. In acute need of further e-books Elsevier strives to install a test-access in a non-bureaucratic way. If required please contact: email@example.com-…
All e-learning courses by IEEE are available for free via VPN (campus connection) for TU members till end of June 2020.
JSTOR has enabled access to all archive collections free of charge until 31 december 2020. Access is possible via VPN (Campus Connection). Access to full texts is also possible for journals marked as unlicensed in the Electronic Journals Library.
Furthermore, JSTOR plans to activate further resources, including eBooks, in the near future. For more information, click here.
In consequence of the Coronavirus crisis and the imminent or accomplished shut down of univiersity libraries the Juris GmbH has allowed access from outside the TU campus net via VPN.
Due to the Corona-crisis the Microbiology Society offers free access to all its journals via the platform.
partly freely accessible. In connection with the Corona crisis, Project MUSE provides free access to electronic resources.
All Royal Society journal articles are currently freely available on the web without access control.
Due to the current situation the publisher CAS has cancelled all IP-filters for its plattforms for the time of the Corona pandemy.
Students, lecturers and scientists owning a SciFinder / SciFinder-n account can search the databases without VPN from their home office. Unregistered users have to register in the TU net first to get access without VPN from home.
During the Corona-crisis Springer-Nature gives free access to all textbooks for members of the TU. At present only e-books with the subject emergency nursing and English textbooks are available. Textbooks in German will be released soon.