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New: American Chemical Society (ACS) Journals

Consortium Luxembourg is happy to announce that we’re now offering access to the full journal collection of the American Chemical Society (ACS).

ACS Publications is a leader in providing access to chemistry-related information and research through peer-reviewed journals and eBooks. Research from Nobel Prize winners in Chemistry and Medicine have been published in ACS Publications in journals and eBooks.

The ACS Journal collection provide searchable full-text access to over 140 years of original research in chemistry, including more than 1,300,000 articles dating back to the inaugural volume of the Journal of the American Chemical Society in 1879. ACS publishes more than 65 peer-reviewed journals with articles across a broad spectrum of scientific disciplines.

ACS’ flagship journals continue to sustain growth by providing relevant, timely and high-quality peer-reviewed research. Access to the full collection includes – amongst others:

Please access the ACS journal collection here.
All journals can also be found in

Access is available for all users with a library card of the National Library, University of Luxembourg, LIST, and LIH.

New: access to Cambridge Textbooks

We are pleased to announce that Consortium Luxembourg now provides access to the full Cambridge Textbooks collection on Cambridge Core. Discover more than 1.000 textbooks across 20 subjects.

Please access to the textbook collection on Cambridge Core here.
All textbooks can also be found in

Access is available for all users with a library card of the National Library, University of Luxembourg, LIST, and LIH.

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New: Access to Cambridge journals

We are pleased to announce that Consortium Luxembourg now provides access to the full Cambridge journal collection on Cambridge Core. Discover more than 420 peer-reviewed academic journals covering subjects across the humanities, social sciences and science, technology and medicine.

Please access to the journal collection on Cambridge Core here.

Access is available for all users with a library card of the National Library, University of Luxembourg, LIST, LIH and MPI.

Neu: Deutschsprachige Tages- und Wochenpresse über GENIOS eBib

Wir freuen uns, Ihnen mitteilen zu können, dass das Angebot der Nationalbibliothek für den Zugriff auf digitale Tageszeitungen ab sofort um zusätzliche deutschsprachige Titel erweitert ist.

Die Datenbank GENIOS eBib Presse bietet ein in seiner Zusammensetzung einzigartiges Portfolio aus über 420 Titeln der hauptsächlich deutschsprachigen Tages- und Wochenpresse. Neben den tagesaktuellen Inhalten sind auch umfangreiche Archivbestände der Titel enthalten. Diese reichen vielfach bis Anfang der 1990er Jahre zurück, bei einigen sogar bis in die 1940er Jahre. Das Angebot wird durch eine Auswahl internationaler Titel sowie Meldungen nationaler und internationaler Nachrichtenagenturen ergänzt.

Zusätzlich zu lokalen Titeln der Region wie dem Luxemburger Tageblatt, dem Trierischen Volksfreund oder der Saarbrücker Zeitung, bietet die GENIOS eBib Zugriff auf die Print- und Online-Ausgaben von Titeln wie Der Spiegel, Die Zeit, Süddeutsche Zeitung, taz, Le Monde Diplomatique (DE), Focus, Die Welt und vielen mehr.

Für viele Titel ist ebenfalls die ePaper-Ausgabe als PDF zum Download (teils nur seitenweise!) verfügbar.

Um die Inhalte zu nutzen, klicken Sie hier. Alternativ suchen Sie in nach “GENIOS eBib” oder dem gewünschten Presse-Titel. Sobald Sie sich mit Ihrer Bibliothekskarte eingeloggt haben, können Sie entweder direkt auf eines der Logos klicken oder wählen Sie im Menü links den Punkt “Presse”.

In den meisten Fällen gelangen Sie direkt auf das Inhaltsverzeichnis der aktuellen Ausgabe, von dem aus Sie die einzelnen Artikel wählen oder Ausgaben aus dem Archiv auswählen können.

Alternativ können Sie auf der Startseite jederzeit nach Artikeln über alle Quellen hinweg suchen.

Zusätzliche Tipps finden Sie im Einsteiger-Tutorial und im Menü “Hilfe” ganz oben auf der Seite.

GENIOS eBib ist von überall und jederzeit verfügbar für alle Inhaber einer Leserkarte der Nationalbibliothek.

Entdecken Sie ebenfalls unser Angebot für internationale und französischsprachige Presse:

PressReader: internationale Presse und Magazine
Europresse: Französischsprachige Presse und Magazine
F.A.Z. Biblionet – das Portal der Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung
ProQuest One Business – Internationale Wirtschaftspresse (u.a. Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, The Economist)
Luxemburger Wort, Tageblatt,, Le Quotidien – erreichbar nur im Lesesaal der BnL

Découvrez la revue Contexte

Consortium Luxembourg a le plaisir de vous annoncer que vous avez désormais accès à la revue Contexte, à l’essai jusqu’au 30 novembre 2022.

Revue en ligne de politiques françaises et européennes, Contexte publie des articles d’actualité et de fond sur six thématiques (pouvoirs, énergie, numérique, transports, agro, environnement).

Découvrez Contexte ici.

Vous devez disposer d’une carte de lecteur valable de la Bibliothèque nationale pour pouvoir accéder au contenu.

Oxford Reference Library titles now available

We are pleased to announce that Consortium Luxembourg now provides access to more than 500 titles from Oxford Reference Library.

 Oxford Reference Library is an online collection of in-depth, specialist content from Oxford’s award-winning Encyclopedias and Companions, as well as a critical selection of partner publishers’ scholarly works. These major reference titles are available to access online exclusively through Oxford Reference.

Each title is fully cross-searchable with over 300,000 free Overview pages, 275 free Timelines, and featured topical entries available on Oxford Reference providing you with a full research pathway.

User benefits

  • Navigate to content quickly and easily with a fresh design and intuitive functionality
  • Quick & advanced search catering for all user levels
  • 300,000 overview pages, 275 free Timelines, and online-only Quotations title
  • Illustrations, including photographs, line diagrams, maps, and tables
  • Thousands of high-quality and carefully researched web links
  • Personalization functionality allowing users to save content, searches, and more
  • Sharing is simple with integrated tools for social bookmarking, email, and citation export

“An authoritative, efficient, one-stop shop for quick facts, definitions, and dates, which satisfies the great expectations raised by Oxford’s reputation in reference publishing … While it is true that these separate facts and definitions can be found by scouring the Web, no reference site, free or fee based, draws them together so well!” –  Choice

Start using Oxford Reference Library today at:

Access is possible for all users with a library card of the National Library, University of Luxembourg, LIST or LIH.

New content: Max Planck Encyclopedias of Law

Consortium Luxembourg is pleased to announce that we are now offering access to Max Planck Encyclopedias of Law:

Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (MPEPIL)

The definitive reference work on public international law
General Editor: Anne Peters, Director at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law

This major online reference work contains 1,700+ peer-reviewed articles on every aspect of the substance of international law. Written by an incomparable team of over 900 scholars and practitioners led by Professor Anne Peters, this comprehensive resource is essential for anyone researching or teaching international law. It was founded in 2004 by Rüdiger Wolfrum, building on the prior encyclopedia published by Rudolf Bernhardt from 1981 to 2003.

Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law (MPEiPro)
The home of international law in practice
General Editor: Hélène Ruiz Fabri, Director of the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law

The Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law (MPEiPro) maps and analyzes the systems and processes through which international law is made and adjudicated in practice. Each article is commissioned by General Editor Professor Hélène Ruiz Fabri and a team of experts at the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law, providing cutting-edge and rigorously peer-reviewed research on areas of international law that are often under-explored. MPEiPro will take a broad view of international procedure, examining it from three different angles: technical points of procedure within specific institutions or across similar organizations; comparative accounts of families of institutions within specific subject areas or with similar functions; and theoretical, interdisciplinary entries.

The scope of the Encyclopedia mirrors the broad understanding of procedure underlying it, encompassing decision-making by international organs in general, including political and administrative bodies. At launch, the Encyclopedia will cover dispute settlement and adjudication. Coverage of non-adjudicatory modes of dispute settlement such as negotiation, mediation, and conciliation, as well as international political and administrative procedures, will be added over time. The Encyclopedia will eventually contain over 1500 entries.

The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law (MPECCoL) is a comprehensive online resource containing analytical comparative articles offering a global overview of constitutional law.

The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law (MPECCoL) provides a high level of analytical coverage of constitutional law topics in a comparative context. MPECCoL articles address a focused range of topics that provide the best coverage of the essence, character, development, and history of constitutional law from a global perspective.

Access is possible for all users with a library card of the National Library, University of Luxembourg, LIST or LIH.

Access to Oxford Scholarship NOW

Consortium Luxembourg is happy to announce that you have now access to the full collection of Oxford Scholarship ebooks. The ebook collection range across most subject areas including the humanities, social sciences, science, medicine and law.

Access to Oxford Scholarship Online via Oxford University Press.

Access is available for all users with a library card of the National Library, the University of Luxembourg, LIH or LIST.

Un nouveau service de vidéo à la demande en bibliothèque

La Cité Bibliothèque de la Ville de Luxembourg, la Bibliothèque nationale du Luxembourg ainsi que la Médiathèque du Centre national de l’audiovisuel, proposent désormais à leurs membres un service de vidéo à la demande commun – « Ménulu » Médiathèque numérique du Luxembourg – donnant accès à plus de 18.000 documents audiovisuels.

Grâce aux partenariats conclus avec les plateformes de streaming Kanopy, Filmfriend et Divercities, spécialisées dans la mise à disposition de programmes et de documents audiovisuels à des bibliothèques et universités, les utilisateurs de la Cité Bibliothèque, de la Bibliothèque nationale du Luxembourg et du Centre national de l’audiovisuel peuvent désormais accéder à une vaste médiathèque comportant des documentaires, séries, films de fiction, films pour enfants et de la musique.

Pour profiter pleinement du service, il suffit d’être inscrit à l’une des bibliothèques partenaires et de rechercher comme à l’accoutumée le document souhaité sur, le moteur de recherche unifié du réseau des bibliothèques luxembourgeoises, et de suivre le lien vers la plateforme dans la notice (« Accès en ligne »). Pour affiner davantage la recherche, il est conseillé de rechercher dans « bibliothèque numérique » uniquement ou de trier les résultats par type de document (« vidéos ») une fois la recherche effectuée. Il est également possible d’accéder directement à chaque plateforme en suivant les liens ci-dessous.

  • La plateforme Kanopy, basée aux Etats-Unis, propose des documents audiovisuels (documentaires, films de fiction, films pour enfants) en langue anglaise et permet un visionnage à fréquence de cinq films par mois ou illimité pour les contenus réservés aux enfants (Kanopy Kids) et pour les séries documentaires (The Great Courses).
  • La plateforme Filmfriend, basée en Allemagne, propose des documents audiovisuels (films de fiction, films pour enfants, films luxembourgeois) dans plusieurs langues et de manière illimitée.
  • La plateforme Divercities, basée en France et subdivisée en Tënk pour les films documentaires et en DiMusic pour les contenus musicaux, proposés de manière illimitée.

Liens d’inscription aux bibliothèques membres du service de vidéo à la demande « Ménulu » :

Cité Bibliothèque
Bibliothèque nationale du Luxembourg
Centre national de l’audiovisuel

New content: Naxos Musicology

Naxos Musicology International, a new online platform for music scholarship and opinion, is now available online via the Naxos Music Library.

Much like a traditional journal, the platform seeks to advance and extend musicological work on a range of repertoires, genres, creative and scholarly approaches. In addition, Naxos seeks to engage with emerging trends in the music industry, exploring intersections between modes of listening, consumption and criticism (the so-called ‘attention economy’), as well as ongoing technological developments. Connecting scholars, students and educational institutions with critics and industry professionals, the platform aims to promote strong voices, informed critique and imaginative commentary: that is, engaging writing in an approachable style that speaks across social, cultural and institutional barriers.

Please find here an interview (in German language) with Naxos Musicology Editor-in-Chief Davinia Caddy:

You may access Naxos Musicology via Naxos Music Library with your BnL or LLC reader card. Please click “Musicology” in the left hand menu.

Of course we also recommend you visiting the other streaming platforms included in our subscription:

Naxos Music Library JAZZ

Naxos Music Library WORLD

Naxos Video Library