You can access both print and electronic materials via UEF Primo. Select "Journal search" and  enter the beginning of the journal name or journal ISSN. The journal name in full appers on the list below the search box. Click the name when you see it. In the search results you'll see both print and e-journals. In addition, the search results include books.



Click the journal's title to see the accurate information of the available issues.  "Online Access - Full text availability " shows you a streight URL link to the e-journal. 

Click "Check holdings" to see the accurate information of the available print issues. You can read print journals in the campus libraries and take photocopies or scans of their content.

A small part of the journals has been microfilmed, and you can also take copies of them.

In addition to your own library's collections, you can easily check the availability of materials in the National Repository Library and order an article from their collection.


Rights to use

E-materials that are available to be used in the campus libraries and within the campus network can be accessed without a separate identification or username.

From outside the campus network, the materials can be used by UEF students and staff members. This is done by logging in to the UEF Primo with your personal UEF username. The KUH staff members sign in using remote access.





Why can't I access an article I found online?

See also

Free articles legally

Alternative access (from FinELib)

Interlibrary services: ordering materials from other libraries (also National Repository Library)


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