Trial IBISWorld ( only)

IBISWorld’s online database of thousands of industry research reports provides students, educators, career advisors and librarians with the same trusted industry intelligence and tools used by hundreds of schools around the world. staff and students (with a library card) now have trial access to IBISWorld, ending on 13 January 2023.

Get experience with the industry research database leveraged by thousands of businesses. IBISWorld’s forward looking industry data helps you anticipate key trends that influence business plans, thesis research, presentations and even your own career search!  

Expert analysts provide reports for over 700 different market segments for IBISWorld. Each industry report presents market research and industry information, and each market report is available online in HTML and PDF format. Reports are used for understanding market size, competitors, drafting business plans, pitch books, benchmarking, forecasting, business valuations, litigation support, due diligence and more.

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Access the IBISWorld platform here.

Trial Sage Campus ( only)

Do you want to learn employability skills and brush up on your skills in the latest research methods? staff and students (with a library card) have trial access to SAGE Campus online learning for skills and research methods, ending on 31 Oct 2022: SAGE Campus

About SAGE Campus online learning for skills and research methods
The SAGE Campus platform has 280+ hours of structured online learning for skills and research methods. The courses are self-paced and instructor-led, comprising an engaging mix of SAGE-quality content, video, interactives, and formative assessments – giving you practical skills for study, research, and employment.

What are the course topics?
SAGE Campus has 34 online courses worth 280+ hours of online learning content. The courses cover critical skills and research methods that can be applied across all stages of academic study, split into the below categories:

  • Navigating information: including critical thinking and critical reading and writing.
  • Data literacy: including statistical significance and data visualisation.
  • Data science skills: including programming in R and Python, text analysis and more.
  • Research skills: including how to present your research and write a research question.
  • Getting published: including how to write a journal article and introduction to publishing.

Browse all courses on the SAGE Campus platform.

How do you access SAGE Campus during the trial?

  • First go to SAGE Campus and authenticate with your library card. Then register for an account.
  • Once registered, you can access from anywhere using your username and password. Read the user guide for learners for more instructions.

Faculty/instructors, please refer to the user guide or contact

Trial access to Gale Research Complete NOW

Consortium Luxembourg is happy to announce that you have now a trial access to the platform Gale Research Complete until 31 December 2022.

Gale Research Complete provides subscription access to the largest package of primary and secondary sources available to libraries today, covering journals, newspapers, eBooks, literature resources and archives. Empowering users at all academic levels, from the undergraduate student to the experienced researcher, and covering nearly every research area and discipline, Gale Research Complete offers high quality, authoritative and unique content.

Check out the following available modules:

• Archives Unbound
• Gale Academic OneFile
• Gale eBooks
• Gale General OneFile
• Gale Literary Index
• Gale Literature Criticism
• Gale Literature Resource Center
• Gale Literature: Contemporary Authors
• Gale Literature: Dictionary of Literary Biography
• Gale Literature: LitFinder
• Gale Literature: Scribner Writer Series
• Gale Literature: Something About the Author
• Gale Literature: Twayne’s Author Series
• Gale OneFile: News – incl access to the latest articles of “The Times” (London)

Access to Gale Research Complete via Gale.

Access is available for all users with a library card of the National Library and the University of Luxembourg until 31 December 2022.

Trial Pharmaceutical Substances

The Consortium team is pleased to share that users now may benefit from a trial access to Thieme Pharmaceutical Substances. The trial will expire on 31 December 2021.

Pharmaceutical Substances is designed to be a complete reference guide to every pharmaceutical compound of significance. It provides a compendium of some 2,500 active pharmaceutical ingredients (API’s), making it an invaluable resource for anybody involved in the design, discovery, development, and evaluation of drugs.

It provides ready access to

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Access is possible for every user with a valid library card of the National Library, University of Luxembourg, LIST or LIH.

Access here!

Trial Proquest One Business

The Consortium team is pleased to share that users now may benefit from a trial access to ProQuest One Business. The trial will expire on 20 December.

What is ProQuest One Business?
ProQuest One Business is a new resource designed to meet the research needs of business faculty and students.
A business-focused interface intuitively guides users to content like journal articles, books, and company, industry and country reports – the materials you need for your most common assignments. Company Overview pages help you quickly find the best resources for in-depth company research, including SWOT analyses, financial information, and current articles.

How to access and browse?
ProQuest One Business can be accessed here. Once authenticated, library users can explore the wealth of content and a mix of practical and theoretical content in an interface that helps build the research skills students need for success in their courses and careers.

Access is possible for every user with a valid library card of the National Library, University of Luxembourg, LIST or LIH.

Explore this unique database today and amplify your classroom discussions, curriculum and assignments.

Trial access Artstor

Consortium Luxembourg is offering a trial access to the Artstor Digital Library until 6 October 2021.

The Artstor Digital Library is an image database of 2 million images from 300 of the world’s leading museums, photo archives, scholars, and artists.

Users can examine wide-ranging material such as Native American art from the Smithsonian, treasures from the Louvre, and panoramic, 360-degree views of the Hagia Sophia in a single, easy-to-use resource.

Artstor also supports study across disciplines, including anthropology from Harvard’s Peabody Museum, archaeology from Erich Lessing Culture and Fine Art Archives, and modern history from Magnum Photos, making it a resource for your whole institution.

The Artstor Digital Library provides straightforward access to curated images from reliable sources that have been rights-cleared for use in education and research — you are free to use them in classroom instruction and handouts, presentations, student assignments, and other noncommercial educational and scholarly activities.

Access is possible for every user with a valid library card of the National Library, University of Luxembourg, LIST or LIH.

Please check the Artstor LibGuides to get more insights in how to use Artstor as a student or as an instructor:

Trial access ‘Science’ (AAAS) journals

Consortium Luxembourg is happy to offer a trial access to the famous journal ‘Science‘ and the Science family of journals. Trial access will expire end of November 2021.

Science is the world’s leading journal of original scientific research, global news, and commentary. Science Online provides digital access to all Science content from 1997 to the current issue, including prepublication content.

Science has been at the center of important scientific discovery since its founding in 1880—with seed money from Thomas Edison. Today, Science continues to publish the very best in research across the sciences, with articles that consistently rank among the most cited in the world.

A trailblazer in online publishing as well, the Science family of publications has grown to include online journals Science Translational Medicine, Science Signaling, Science Immunology, Science Robotics and the open access journal Science Advances.

Science Translational Medicine, is an essential platform for peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary research driving the latest medical advances. Science Signaling offers original review articles, protocols and teaching resources for the growing field of cellular signal transduction. Science Immunology publishes basic, translational and clinical research specifically about immunology across all organisms and model systems, including humans. Science Robotics covers new developments in robotics and related fields, with a dual focus on the science of robotics as well as introducing researchers more broadly to how robots can be used to accelerate scientific study. Science Advances represents the next generation of online publishing, with rapid publication of significant, full-length research that is available free to readers.

The Science family of journals is published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s oldest and largest general science organization.

Access is possible for every user with a valid library card of the National Library, University of Luxembourg, LIST or LIH.

Trial Policy Commons

We’re happy to announce that from today until 20th May 2021 we’re having a trial in place for the platform “Policy Commons”.

Launched in November 2020, Policy Commons is the first platform that brings together and organises the reports, papers and other research outputs published, often informally, by the world’s IGOs, NGOs, and third-sector organisations. It currently comprises 2.2 million items and a directory of 21,000 policy organizations, the largest ever compiled. Last month, 145,000 new items were added, as was a special collection of 45,000 items from African NGOs and 10,000 more ‘orphaned’ reports from inactive NGOs. Besides, Policy Commons meanwhile includes the complete catalog of publications from the Council of Europe, the Continent’s leading human rights organization. Policy Commons also enables members of the policy community to upload and share their own publications with the international policy community.

Content that matters
Policy Commons covers many disciplines—agriculture, energy, pharmaceuticals, diversity, crime, librarianship, and much more. Content is thoroughly vetted by the organizations that produce it, and it’s curated by editors. It’s highly current, with 34,000 items from 2020, including 8,000 items on COVID-19, and 9,400 on Black Lives Matter.

Access is possible for every user with a valid library card of the National Library, University of Luxembourg, LIST or LIH.
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Vous avez envie de vous lançer dans le sport ou dans la musique ?

Vous cherchez une nouvelle activité pour faire passer le temps ?

Venez découvrir l’accès test à notre nouvelle plateforme d’autoformation « » !

Sur « » vous pouvez suivre des cours en vidéo et commencer une nouvelle activité tout en restant chez vous.

Nous vous proposons un accès test à 8 modules qui mènent du domaine de l’art et loisirs créatif jusqu’à la programmation et la vie professionnelle :

  • Arts & Loisirs créatifs
  • Bien-être & Santé
  • Bureautique
  • Multimédia
  • Musique
  • Programmation
  • Sport & Fitness
  • Vie Professionelle

Accès via la plateforme « ».

L’accès test sera actif jusqu’au 15 décembre.

Vous devez disposer d’une carte de lecteur valable de la Bibliothèque nationale, de l’Université, du LIH ou du LIST pour pouvoir accéder au contenu.

Testzugang Beck “Strafrecht Optimum”

Ab sofort bietet das Consortium Luxembourg einen Testzugang zum Beck Online Modul “Strafrecht Optimum” an.

Strafrecht Optimum bietet rechtsübergreifendes Fachwissen für alle, die alles im Blick behalten und optimal beraten sein wollen. Die ausgewählten Inhalte zum Wirtschaftsstrafrecht, zum Wirtschaftsrecht sowie steuer- und bilanzrechtliche Titel unterstützen Sie bei der fachübergreifenden Recherche in Wirtschafts- und Steuerstrafsachen.

Als Highlight bietet das Modul unter anderem Zugriff auf:

  • Schwark/​Zimmer, Kapitalmarktrechts-Kommentar
  • Joecks/​Jäger/​Randt, Steuerstrafrecht
  • Kommentare und Handbücher zum StGB: u.a. BeckOK StGB, v. Heintschel-Heinegg und Schönke/​Schröder, Strafgesetzbuch
  • Kommentare zur StPO: u.a. BeckOK StPO mit RiStBV und MiStra, Graf und Münchener Kommentar zur StPO
  • Karlsruher Kommentar zum OwiG

Klicken Sie hier, um Beck Online “Strafrecht Optimum” zu testen.

Der Testzugang besteht bis 30.07.2020 für Nutzerinnen und Nutzer mit einer gültigen Bibliothekskarte der Nationalbibliothek, der Universität, des LIH und des LIST.