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Library Guide for students in Leipzig

Welcome to the library guide for the Leipzig campus

Photograph of the interior of the library building at Lancaster University campusWelcome to Lancaster University Library! 

The purpose of this guide is to provide you with easy access to the Library resources, collections, services and support available to you whilst studying at the Leipzig campus. 

Use the menu on the left to select the area you are interested in.

Good luck in your studies.

Bob Frost (Librarian, Teaching Partnerships)

Start your search: OneSearch

Use OneSearch to search for books, journals, articles, DVDs etc.

 

Basic Search | Advanced Search 

The default search in OneSearch is Full-Text Online You can change this to Everything, Books and more or Articles and more once you have run your search.

Logging into Lancaster Library Resources

To access any library resources, including OneSearch, the eBook collections or any of our databases, you will need to log in using your Lancaster University username and password. Should you not receive these credentials, or if you have questions regarding your account, please contact Sabine Gerlach and her Student Services Team at studentsupport@lancasterleipzig.de

If you are browsing the Web and find articles or eBooks that you want to read then you will need to log in to the that site you have found - bearing in mind that the library may not have a subscription.  You will need to look for links that are similar to:

  • Institutional login
  • Shibboleth
  • UK Access Management Federation

Choose Lancaster from any list of institutions and you will be taken to our local Web Login page where you use your Lancaster University username and password.

Please ignore any OpenAthens links as Lancaster does not use that service.

Reading Lists: A good place to start

Most of your modules will have a reading list to help you find out more about your subject, and your tutors will guide you in what you need to read and when. Look for the green jigsaw icon in moodle.