For searching scientific literature and information the Library offers a wide variety of automated search systems or databases, like catalogues, specialized bibliographies, electronic reference works and full-text journals.
Some important information resources are:
- LibrarySearch: a discovery tool for all parts of the TU/e Library collection and libraries world-wide. In many cases it will provide direct access to full-text articles. LibrarySearch is also ideally suited for search by subject.
Tips & tricks LibrarySearch (PDF)
- Overview of Databases TU/e Library: these databases and (specialized) bibliographies for which in most cases the TU/e Library requires a license, are relevant for literature research on specific subjects. References provide direct links to the full-text articles wherever possible. See also: About databases.
- The Journal list A-Z offers an overview of current electronic journal subscriptions. By clicking a journal title you go to that journal’s start page. Continue your search within the journal publisher’s interface.
- Browzine list of journals (Apply for the web version: BrowZine Web)
BrowZine is a searchable collection of e-journals that includes the majority of TU/e subscriptions. Find, read and monitor the main journals on your subject.
Make your personal choice from the TU/e journal collection and receive automatic notification as soon as new articles appear.
These journals you may:
- read on-line
- download and save for later off-line reading
- export to Mendeley, Endnote, RefWorks or another reference manager software package
- share via social media or e-mail
- synchronize between various versions
- Publications from TU/e or TU/e Repository: listing of publications originating from TU/e or of which the author is affiliated to TU/e. Like dissertations, theses, orations. Mostly linked to full text.
More about TU/e Repository.