Via the UGent catalogue  you can obtain an overview of all available journals, both digital and hard copy. Articles are best searched for via the various available databases (PubMed, EmbaseWeb of Science, Google Scholar, Scopus, etc… ), since not all articles that are available within UGent are included in the catalogue.

You will be referred through to the full text via an SFX link. This occurs by means of a direct link to the online article or the option to submit a scan request via ‘Document delivery: Scanned article from print collections (UGent only)’.

If no SFX link is available, a scan of the article can also be requested by looking up the journal in the library catalogue and then clicking on ‘service’ followed by ‘request scanned article’.

A scan request from the UGent collection is free and the article will be mailed to you as a PDF file.

Not found the article you want? 

Then you can submit an interlibrary request. We will search for the document in a network of national and international libraries. Please note: this is a paying service (More information and rates).

You can receive the contents table of a journal by e-mail via the website van JournalTOCs website. You can subscribe to this service free of charge.