The libraries at Leiden University are closed on Monday April 27th due to the national celebration of the King's birthday. You can access our digital resources instead.
If you use Browzine from the iOS system, you can send articles directly from the app to reference managers like Endnote, Mendeley and Zotero. Available soon for Android users too.
You now have permanent access to Oxford Handbooks Online.
You now have access to Lexikon des Mittelalters and International Encyclopaedia for the Middle Ages.
Leiden alumni can access a number of large databases from home for free, like Business Source Alumni Edition, Criminal Justice Abstracts and JSTOR collections.
Ask for delivery of requested materials at the library location of your choice. And return them at your preferred location too.
Over 3 million copyright free illustrations via Britannica Imagequest.
Humbert de Superville was a draftsman and visionary. His brother Jean Emile Humbert was archaeologist and involved in the excavations in Carthage. An interesting pair and the subject of a symposium organized in collaboration with the RMO on March 20.
The University Library is open as usual on Good Friday and Saturday April 4, but closed on both Easter days. The other libraries are closed from Friday 3rd to Monday 6th of April.
As of early January 2015, at the various locations of the Leiden University Libraries the LU-Card will be used for printing and photocopying.
Until March 22, 2015 you have access to the Filosofiebank.
From January 13 2015 the Catalogue also provides Altmetric scores for scholarly articles.
Are you a new student, teacher or mentor at Leiden University? It would be our pleasure to show you the way around the main University Library with a tour of the building.
You now have access to Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology (Third edition)
Newly available: The Current Digest of the Russian Press Digital Archive.
You now have access to Japan Chronicle Online.
Browzine gives rapid access to the majority of scientific e-journals in our collections on your tablet: full text and always up-to-date.
The University Library is open between Christmas and New Year's, when other libraries are closed.
You now have access to the database Women and the Law (Peggy).
The button 'Old Catalogue' in the right hand menu bar on our website has been replaced by the new button 'Remote Access' to help you access our digital resources more easily from home.