Searching our collections
With this search platform you can query all KU Leuven collections, plus the collections of other LIBISnet-libraries. With one query you can search for and in a variety of document materials: printed and electronic books and journals, audiovisual materials, digital files and other types of sources. All search results are presented in one integrated list, as a default ordered by relevance. Via the filter facets on the left hand column you can refine your search results (e.g. limit to KU Leuven libraries).
Searching in Limo or on a publishers online platform you may encounter a link to our link resolver LibriLinks, by way of the - or -button or for example the linked text "KU Leuven LibriLinks". A link resolver leads you from a bibliographic reference to the full text version of an article. If that is not possible (because KU Leuven has no access), it tries to lead you to information on the printed version. If this is also not available at KU Leuven, an ILL-request is suggested.
You are also offered options to find related information (impactfactor, Google Scholar, ...) and to save citation information.
Lastly you may sometimes find recommendations in the LibriLinks-menu, through the bX service. These are generated automatically based on analysis of worldwide usage data. This results in the presentation of potentially related articles: "Users interested in this article also looked at ...”.
With the LibriLinks A to Z list you can search or browse (e.g. by subject) for e-journals available within KU Leuven.
With the CitationLinker you can enter a reference yourself to check whether full text is available within KU Leuven.
The collections of the Campus Library are meant for use in education, research and clinical practice. The library is developing towards a fully digital library which researchers and students can access through the internet (K.U.Leuvennet, kotnet, UZLeuven).
The following scientific domains are covered:
- Biomedical Sciences
- Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Nursing and Obstetrics
- Sociomedical Sciences
- Health services: organization and administration
- Logopedics and Audiology
- Family and Sexological Sciences