LUBcat will be updated on 2022-10-21
On Friday, 21 October we will update our catalogue LUBcat. You will not be able to neither check in nor check out books before noontime. We are open, so you can still study here. We hope that this isn’t too much of an inconvenience, and we thank you for your understanding!
You can see an overview over useful search systems and catalogues below.
The catalogue for Lund University Libraries (choose English as language in the top right corner). It contains books, journals, doctoral dissertations, reports, e-books and e-journals. You can not search for articles in LUBcat.
LUBsearch is a collective entry point to all the libraries’ joint resources. Through a single search field, you can find articles, journals, doctoral theses and books. If you are outside the University campus, log in with your student or LU account to access the full texts.
You will find our subject-specific databases via Databases A–Z. Through ePublications you get a collective entry point to our e-journals and e-books. You can access these resources via your student or LU account.
LIBRIS is a national search service providing information on titles held by Swedish university and research libraries, as well as a lot of public libraries.