Access to e-resources
In addition to print media, we also offer various electronic resources. These are listed below.
For information on access outside the Medical School, we have provided relevant information for you on the page Remote access.
Please note that for copyright reasons, access to electronic resources is not available to private users from outside.
Some books in our holdings are available exclusively as e-books, while others are available as such in addition to the print edition.
When accessing e-books remotely, please note that the HAN link must be used.
To view all the e-books in our collection, simply use this link.
You can recognise the e-books in our library catalogue by the small icon consisting of the numbers 0 and 1, which are located in front of the entry.
Journal titles can be searched via the Electronic Journal Database. The contents of the journals can be accessed via the MHH link system.
Since we do not have access to all journals or all volumes, not all articles can be accessed in full text.
In this case, you can request an interlibrary loan so that we can obtain the article for you from another library.
Articles can also be accessed directly via a database search. Please note that access must always be via our website and the sub-item Databases so that authentication can take place.
Some publications, especially dissertations, have been additionally recorded on a CD-ROM.
These can be ordered from the closed stacks and borrowed from the lending desk.
The user is responsible for checking and complying with the licence conditions:
The following generally applies to offers subject to a charge:
- Access to the full texts and database content is only permitted to members of the respective university that has licensed these offers.
- The full texts of the e-books and articles as well as the database contents may only be printed out and saved for personal use and research purposes.
- Systematic downloading of e-books, articles, database content and search results, in particular by robots, is prohibited.
- E-books, articles and database content may not be passed on to third parties in either electronic or printed form.
Bibliothek der MHH - OE 8900
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