Literature search & tips
You have at your disposal a whole range of search methods and resources.
On the following web pages you will discover the strategies best suited to your particular literature search, learn how to search by subject and focus on the main search resources provided by the University Library.
How do I find ...
Take advantage of our tailor-made hints and tips on how best to search by publication type or subject.
These helpful hints on searching by subject will make sure you get the desired results as quickly as possible.
Online catalogue (OPAC)
Use the Library's online catalogue to find printed and electronic books, journals and databases.
Use Google Scholar to search the internet for references to high-quality scholarly literature.
Search general and subject-related databases to find literature in your discipline and on your subject.
Electronic journals (EZB)
In the EZB you will find electronic journals in your discipline and on your chosen subject.
Information on how to research unavailable articles in Elsevier journals.
You will find e-books and digitized works in the online catalogue, on our e-books platform and via Open Access LMU.
Open access repositories
Read electronic publications by LMU members and institutions and enjoy free worldwide access.
Shelf classification scheme (RVK)
The Regensburg Network Classification Scheme (RVK) is the shelf classification scheme for all books in all Subject Libraries.
Not found anything?
Search in the catalogues of other libraries, or request us to purchase particular titles.