Neue Module Beck Online

Wir haben unser Beck Online-Abonnement erweitert! Zusätzlich zum Basis-Modul stehen nun allen Nutzern des Consortiums folgende Inhalte zur Verfügung:

Bank- und Kapitalmarktrecht Premium

Das Online-Modul zum gesamten Bankrecht, zu KWG, Börsenrecht, Wertpapierrecht … uvm. – aktuell, rechtssicher und komfortabel. Zusätzlich bietet es Zugriff auf weitere renommierte Nachschlagewerke wie etwa: Langenbucher/Bliesener/Spindler, Bankrechtskommentar, Emde/Dornseifer/Dreibus/Hölscher, InVG sowie Dornseifer/Jesch/Klebeck/Tollmann, AIFM Richtlinie, Fuchs, WpHG, und Weitnauer/Boxberger/Anders, KAGB.–und-Kapitalmarktrecht-PREMIUM

Handels- und Gesellschaftsrecht Premium

Das Fachmodul enthält Kommentare (z. B. Baumbach/Hueck, GmbHG), Handbücher (zur Limited), Entscheidungen, Aufsätze, Gesetze und Fach-News zum deutschen und europäischen Handels- und Gesellschaftsrecht. Zusätzlich stehen zum Beispiel die Münchener Kommentare zum HGB und zum AktG und die neue Zeitschrift GWR Online zur Verfügung.

Zeitschrift für das Gesamte Handels- und Wirtschaftsrecht (ZHR): (inkl. Archiven ab 1996)

Zeitschrift für Wirtschafts- und Bankrecht – Wertpapiermitteilungen, Teil IV (WM): (wöchentlich aktuell mit Archivbestand ab 2000)

Auch weiterhin stehen alle Inhalte von Beck Online per Fernzugriff bereit. Sie müssen sich nur mit Ihrer Bibliothekskarte der Universität oder Nationalbibliothek einloggen.

Temporary access to additional electronic resources

The current global COVID-19 pandemic affects the worldwide information community and therefore several publishers are offering temporary access to additional electronic resources.

In addition to all content that we’re already subscribing to, here’s the list of resources that are now accessible with a library card of the National Library, University Library, LIST or LIH. The list will be updated regularly.

How to obtain a library card
BnL: please check

University: If you are a university student or staff member and do not have a library account yet, please request access by sending an email to from your University email account.

RILM Music Encyclopedias

RILM Music Encyclopedias is a continually expanding curated full-text collection that currently comprises 57 titles published from 1775 to the present. Its content spans various fields and subject areas of historical musicology, ethnomusicology and theory, with focus on topics ranging from popular music, opera, instruments, blues and gospel, to recorded music and women composers.

Trial access until 31 May 2020.

Remote access to British Periodicals

British Periodicals is temporarily accessible remotely. Usually, this database is only accessible within the University of Luxembourg.

British Periodicals provides access to the searchable full text of hundreds of periodicals from the late seventeenth century to the early twentieth, comprising millions of high-resolution facsimile page images. Topics covered include literature, philosophy, history, science, the social sciences, music, art, drama, archaeology and architecture.

Remote access will last until 20 June 2020.

Coronavirus Research Database

Including coverage of the COVID-19 outbreak, this database curates openly available content related to coronaviruses. It includes thousands of open-access articles from the world’s leading publishers as well as current research from pre-print repositories such as arXiv and will continue to grow and evolve as more is learned about the pandemic.

Remote access for law databases

You may now access the following databases from home and don’t need to be logged in to the library network. Please note remote access will only be available as long as the National Library and University library (LLC) are closed!

Librarians all over the world are collecting information about the different initiatives from scientific publishers. You may find the overview here

Update on access to digital library

We are busy enabling remote access for all products that were limited to in-house access, so that you can continue working now that all libraries have closed. Publishers are extremely helpful but this will take another few days. If you urgently need access to a product, please get in touch via

Update: If you are a registered user of the National Library, University of Luxembourg, LIST or LIH you may now access the following databases from home and don’t need to be physically at the library. Please note remote access will only be available as long as the National Library and University library (LLC) are closed!

More content updates:

Any support questions can be sent as usual to

All our products can be found via the National Library’s main search engine There is online help available at the top of the page in English, French and German. To limit your search to digital material, select “Digital Library” and then refine further in the second drop down:










Help with downloading and reading eBooks is available on the site, again in English, French and German.

Finally, we strongly recommend that you install our Library Access Browser extension. It automatically redirects you to licensed content from the library, while you normally browse the internet. With over 700.000 eBooks and 80.000 eJournals and almost 400 databases and reference platforms, this may happen more often than you think. The Library Access Browser extension saves you time, as you do not need to search manually in

Again, if you need help, do not hesitate to get in touch via!


More information about services of the National Library during the next time:

ICOLC Statement on the Global COVID-19 Pandemic and Its Impact on Library Services and Resources

This statement, written on behalf of the many library consortia across the world that participate in ICOLC (International Coalition of Library Consortia), and the individual libraries these consortia represent, has two purposes. It is intended to help publishers and other content providers from whom we license electronic information resources and purchase printed content (hereafter simply referred to as publishers) understand better how the current global COVID-19 pandemic affects the worldwide information community. Its second purpose is to suggest a range of approaches that we believe are in the mutual best interest of libraries and the providers of information services.

The ICOLC participating consortia consider the current crisis of such significance that we cannot simply assume that libraries and publishers share a common perspective about the magnitude of the crisis and the best approaches to cope with it. ICOLC members have been exchanging perspectives about how the global COVID-19 pandemic will impact consortia and their member libraries.

At this time according to UNESCO, partial or complete university and school closures in 49 countries have canceled or suspended classes for 391 million students.

Many college and university students will be completing the current academic term in an entirely on-line format, so the campus communities can practice social distancing as recommended by the World Health Organization and many other national and global health agencies.

We ask that Publishers immediately consider:

  1. Making any relevant content and data sets about COVID-19, Coronaviruses (regardless of species affected), vaccines, antiviral drugs, etc. currently behind subscription-only paywalls Open Access immediately to facilitate research, guide community public health response, and accelerate the discovery of treatment options.
  2. Removing and waiving all simultaneous user limits to an institution’s licensed digital content during this period when universities are going all online in order to allow research, discovery, and learning to proceed.
  3. Lifting existing contractual ILL restrictions or photocopying limits temporarily so that libraries may assist our students to complete their term.
  4. Allowing the maximum extent of copyright limitations, exception and fair use, even if contractually restricted, to enable institutions to continue their vital teaching missions as campuses transition to an online, remote format.

We ask that publishers begin planning to:

  1. Allow flexible renewal periods and lengthened payment due dates as we do not know the future impacts on health or business operations for either consortium staff who facilitate the renewal, or for the librarians at our member institutions. If the regular renewal cycle is disrupted, we ask that publishers keep access on for our member libraries, even though the consortium’s or institution’s current agreement may have expired.
  2. Delay or minimize any planned price increases until the upheaval and disruption that we are seeing in our user communities, public health systems, and stock markets all over the world calms. The financial impacts on institutions of higher education and the global economy are as yet unknown, and price increases will add even more pressure to already-stressed universities and municipalities. In stable times, standardized pricing and terms may work relatively well. But today, libraries will be under heavy pressure to divert financial resources to other areas of immediate concern within the institution or local government.
  3. Develop plans to temporarily lift paywalls or develop alternative methods of authentication to allow access to subscribed content if traditional campus authentication mechanisms (VPNs, proxy servers) are overloaded under the increased traffic.
  4. Lift campus-only restrictions, so that teaching activities can continue online and remotely, despite University closures.

We encourage publishers to work together with consortia and libraries for the benefit of all communities. Library consortia are uniquely positioned to be the most effective and efficient means to preserve the customer base for publishers and create solutions that provide the greatest good for the greatest number.

It is in the best interest of both publishers and consortia to seek creative solutions that allows critical access to publisher content for the research and public health communities.

In combination, we suggest these approaches as a way to advance the conversations among libraries, consortia, and publishers, who all hope to provide as much information as possible to the users who need it. We believe our recommendations provide a solid foundation for the information community, including the publishers of scholarly information, to go forward together in these difficult times.

We want to express appreciation to the information services community for steps they are taking to address the global crisis.


Contact Persons:

ICOLC Coordinating Committee Members:

  • Rick Burke, Chair (2018-2021), Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium | SCELC | USA
  • Anita Cocchia (2019-2022), British Columbia Electronic Library Network | BC ELN | Canada
  • Teri Gallaway (2018-2021), The Louisiana Library Network | LOUIS | USA
  • Lucy Harrison (2019-2022), GeorgiA LIbrary LEarning Online | GALILEO | USA
  • George Machovec (2017-2020), Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries | Colorado Alliance | USA
  • Sandrine Malotaux (2018-2020), Consortium unifié des établissements universitaires et de recherche pour l’accès aux publications numériques | Couperin | France
  • Patrick Peiffer (2020-2022), Consortium Luxembourg | Luxembourg
  • Pim Slot (2020-2022), SURFmarket | UKB | The Netherlands
  • Glenn Truran, South African National Library and Information Consortium | SANLiC | South Africa
  • Celeste Feather, ex officio for administration, LYRASIS | USA

About ICOLC:

The International Coalition of Library Consortia (ICOLC) is an informal, self-organized group currently comprising approximately 200 library consortia in North and South America, Europe, Australia, Asia, and Africa. The member consortia serve all types and sizes of libraries. ICOLC has been in existence since 1996.

ICOLC supports participating consortia by facilitating discussion on issues of common interest. Twice per year ICOLC conducts meetings dedicated to keeping participating consortia informed about new electronic information resources, pricing practices of electronic information providers and vendors, and other issues of importance to directors, governing boards, and libraries of consortia. From time to time ICOLC also issues statements regarding topics which affect libraries and library consortia.

More information about ICOLC can be found at

Testzugang zum Referenzwerk Germanische Altertumskunde Online

Die Germanische Altertumskunde Online verzeichnet den aktuellen Stand der Forschung im Bereich Alte Germanische Geschichte, die neben der germanischen auch die Kulturgeschichte des nördlichen Europa umfasst. Die einzelnen Artikel behandeln die Sachgebiete Geschichte, Archäologie, Kunstgeschichte, Ethnologie und Religionswissenschaft. Darüber hinaus sind alle Einträge des Reallexikons der Germanischen Altertumskunde in diesem Referenzwerk enthalten.

Um die gewünschte Information zu erhalten genügt eine einfache Suche auf der Plattform, da der gesamte Inhalt von Germanische Altertumskunde gleichzeitig durchsucht wird.

Zugang über De Gruyter.

Zugang über

Der Testzugang besteht bis 24.03.2020 für Nutzerinnen und Nutzer mit einer gültigen Bibliothekskarte der Nationalbibliothek, der Universität, des LIH und des LIST.

Testzugang zur utb Ebook Collection

Ab sofort bietet das Consortium Luxembourg einen Testzugang zur Ebook-Kollektion von utb. utb ist eine Kooperation von 15 Verlagen mit einem gemeinsamen Ziel: Lehrbücher und Lernmedien für das erfolgreiche Studium zu veröffentlichen. Jährlich erscheinen über 200 neue Titel aus mehr als 30 Fachbereichen: Von Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften über Natur- und Wirtschaftwissenschaften bietet utb die wissenschaftliche Grundlage für den Alltag an Universität und Hochschule.

Zugang über utb.


Der Testzugang besteht bis 30.03.2020 (verlängert!) für Nutzerinnen und Nutzer mit einer gültigen Bibliothekskarte der Nationalbibliothek, der Universität, des LIH und des LIST.

Tageblatt and Quotidien not available anymore via Pressreader

Please note that Tageblatt and Quotidien are not available anymore via Pressreader. The publisher Editpress cancelled their contract with Pressreader.

The National Library is working on an alternative to offer online access to Luxembourgish press in the near future.


Veuillez noter que Tageblatt et Quotidien ne sont plus accessibles sur la plateforme Pressreader. L’éditeur Editpress a résilié le contrat avec Pressreader.

La Bibliothèque nationale travaille sur une alternative pour offrir un accès en ligne à la presse luxembourgeoise dans un avenir proche.


Online journals and newspapers accessible with your library card

Pressreader: Access over 6,000+ newspapers and magazines from around the world, in 60+ languages

Europresse c’est près de 14 000 sources d’information, plus de 500 millions de documents d’archives disponibles dans tous les domaines, sur les 5 continents et dans 25 langues, près de 4.5 millions d’études et rapports, plus de 160 000 fiches biographiques.

RetroNews: la plateforme de référence de la presse numérisée de la Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF) proposant 15 millions d’articles des principaux titres de la presse d’information générale sur 3 siècles (1631-1945), en presse politique, satirique, régionale, littéraire.

eLuxemburgensia: le patrimoine imprimé luxembourgeois (e.a. périodiques, livres, affiches, cartes postales) numérisé par BnL.



New journal collection on Taylor & Francis available

Consortium Luxembourg is pleased to announce that it is now offering access to the Science & Technology Library collection from Taylor & Francis.

More than 530 peer-reviewed journals for research and teaching in the following research fields are accessible:

  •    Biological, Earth, Environmental & Food Science
  •     Chemistry
  •     Engineering, Computing & Technology
  •     Mathematics & Statistics
  •     Physics
  •     Sports Science & Medicine

The collection includes high impact journals like Autophagy, Contemporary Physics and Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences.

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

Access via Taylor & Francis.

Access via

Accès à deux modules de la littérature française sur Classiques Garnier

Les intéressés à la littérature française ont désormais la possibilité de consulter les textes narratifs originaux du Moyen Âge au XXe siècle ainsi que les textes les plus connus de la critique littéraire française du XIXe siècle via Classiques Garnier.

Le module Corpus de la littérature narrative (Moyen Âge – xxe siècle) donne accès aux textes originaux ainsi qu’aux éditions et aux textes de référence.

La bibliothèque numérique s’adresse à la fois aux élèves du collège et du lycée ainsi qu’aux étudiants et également aux spécialistes et chercheurs.

Pour répondre à la demande scientifique chaque édition a été rédigée en suivant les règles de l’édition scientifique.


Moyen Âge

I – Textes en ancien français: Aucassin et Nicolette; Béroul; Chanson de Roland; Chrétien de Troyes; Fabliaux; Marie de France; Roman de Renart; Roman de la Rose

II – Traductions: Aucassin et Nicolette; Béroul; Chanson de Roland; Chrétien de Troyes; Marie de France; Roman de Renart; Roman de la Rose

16e siècle

Brantôme; Des Periers; Marguerite de Navarre; Rabelais; Satyre Ménippée

17e siècle

Balzac, Jean-Louis Guez de; Cabinet des Fées; Caylus, A.-Cl. Philippe; Contes de Moncrif; Cyrano de Bergerac; Fénelon; Furetière, Antoine; Galland, Antoine; Guilleragues, Gabriel-Joseph de Lavergne; La Fontaine, Jean de; Mme D’Aulnoy; Mme de La Fayette; Murat; Perrault, Charles; Scarron, Paul; Sorel, Charles; Urfé

18e siècle

Abbé Prévost; Beaumarchais; Bernardin de Saint-Pierre; Cabinet des Fées; Cazotte, Jacques; Challe, Robert; Choderlos de Laclos; Crébillon (fils); Diderot, Denis; Fontenelle, Bernard (Le Bovier de); Le Sage, Alain-René; Louvet de Couvray, Jean-Baptiste; Mme de Lintot; Marivaux; Montesquieu; Restif de la Bretonne; Rousseau, Jean-Jacques; Voltaire

19e-20e siècles

Alain-Fournier; Balzac, Honoré de; Barbey d’Aurevilly, Jules; Chateaubriand, François René; Constant, Benjamin; Daudet, Alphonse; Dumas, Alexandre; Erckmann-Chatrian; Flaubert, Gustave; France, Anatole; Fromentin, Eugène; Gautier, Théophile; Goncourt, Edmond et Jules; Hugo, Victor; Huysmans, Joris-Karl; Loti, Pierre; Maupassant, Guy de; Mérimée, Prosper; Musset, Alfred de; Nerval, Gérard de; Proust, Marcel; Renard, Jules; Sand, George; Senancour, Étienne Pivert de; Stendhal; Vallès, Jules; Verne, Jules; Villiers de L’Isle-Adam; Zola, Émile

L’accès est disponible pour les lecteurs de la Bibliothèque nationale et de l’Université.

Accès au module Corpus de la littérature narrative (Moyen Âge – xxe siècle).


Le module La Critique littéraire rassemble 152 œuvres et recueils, 34 auteurs, 100 000 pages d’analyse qui décrivent les polémiques les plus marquantes.

Les textes des grands critiques sont complétés par les œuvres d’universitaires et d’hommes de lettre. La Harpe marque le début de cette sélection qui mène à travers le XIXe siècle jusqu’à Apollinaire et Proust.



Alexis, Paul; Amiel, Henri-Frédéric; Ampère, Jean-Jacques; Apollinaire, Guillaume; Balzac, Honoré de; Barante, Prosper de; Barbey d’Aurevilly, Jules-Amédée; Baudelaire, Charles; Brunetière, Ferdinand; Céard, Henry; Faguet, Émile; Gautier, Théophile; Goncourt, Jules et Edmond de; Hugo, Victor; Janin, Jules; La Harpe, Jean-François de; Lamartine, Alphonse de; Latouche, Henri de (Hyacinthe de Latouche dit); Lemaître, Jules; Mallarmé, Stéphane; Maupassant, Guy de; Nisard, Désiré; Nodier, Charles; Proust, Marcel; Sainte-Beuve, Charles Augustin; Schlegel, August Wilhelm von; Senancour, Etienne Pivert de; Sismondi, Jean Charles Simonde de; Staël, Germaine de; Stendhal, Henri Beyle, dit; Taine, Hippolyte; Vigny, Alfred de; Villemain, Abel; Zola, Émile

L’accès est disponible pour les lecteurs de la Bibliothèque nationale et de l’Université.

Accès au module La Critique littéraire via

Le Consortium remercie les Amitiés Françaises Luxembourg pour leur contribution financière.

Accès aux collections d’ebooks de Peter Lang et de De Gruyter

Consortium Luxembourg a le plaisir de vous annoncer que vous avez désormais accès à 1.144 ebooks français de l’éditeur Peter Lang. Les ebooks traitent pour la plupart des sujets autour des sciences sociales et humaines.

Accès via Peter Lang.

Accès via

En outre Consortium Luxembourg vous offre l’accès à 71.000 ebooks de De Gruyter en allemand et en anglais avec également le focus sur les sciences sociales et humaines. Un tiers des livres concerne le domaine des sciences techniques et de la médecine.

Accès via De Gruyter.

Accès à une partie de la collection via

Découvrez les deux collections en effectuant des recherches sur vos centres d’intérêt sur!

L’accès est disponible pour tous les lecteurs inscrits à la Bibliothèque nationale, l’Université, LIH et LIST.