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Searching Databases and Using eJournals / Special Class for University Courses.

Please Make an Appointment in Advance

We focus on questions pertaining to bibliographic citations, presenting bibliographic sources of information, comparing between library information sources and internet searches, selecting relevant information sources, search strategies, archiving citations.
Finding original documents, interlibrary loans, document delivery services, online access to locally licensed electronic documents, linking electronic documents via references, procuring unlicensed electronic documents on-site.
We will answer the participants' questions and conduct searches based on these questions.

Target Group
JKU students writing a thesis or dissertation, JKU students, and JKU faculty members from all four faculties. When signing up, please indicate your subject area and/or major.

Participants should know how to use a computer and the internet and should know basically how to use LISSS; we recommend bringing a laptop that can access WiFi, but it is not required.

Mag. Susanne Luger

Approx. 1.5 - 2 hours

Meeting Point
INFO Point at the JKU Main Campus Library

The course can also be held in English by request.


Berit Breiner


+43 732 2468 4853