e-Sources

You are here

Select per faculty

Refine selection

Startingletter

Dalloz-bibliotheque.fr

Dalloz-Bibliotheque.fr is a French (language) legal database of digital works in private and public law. It offers online access to more than 2500 digital works from the major Dalloz collections in their latest edition: Dalloz codes, university textbooks (Précis, Cours, HyperCours, Lexiques…), revision works (Mementos, Aide-Mémoire…) or professional works (Dalloz Action, Encyclopédie Delmas…).

To start your search, click on “connexion” in the upper right corner. Once on the Dalloz Library platform, click on “Consulter l’ouvrage” at the top right of the page to access the full text of the books. The consultation is done by browsing and all the books are printable and downloadable.

Not searchable through UHasselt Discovery Service
Access: 
Personal login

At the start of their first academic year law faculty students will receive a visitors card for the Maastricht University Library as well as an UM-account to get access to their electronic sources, even from home. The UM-card and the UM-account remain valid as long as these students are connected to Hasselt University.
More information about the UM-card can be found on https://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/nl/file/3484/download?token=QMtrRyRl (pdf). In case of problems with your UM-account, it is best to contact the ICTS-servicedesk of Maastricht University (Servicedesk-ICTS@maastrichtuniversity.nl or 0031 (0)43 388 5555). In order to reset your UM-account, you will need to add a copy of your identity card.

Dalloz.fr

Dalloz.fr is a French (language) full text database of codes, legal journals, encyclopedias, legal commentaries and cases (all courts). The database is specialized in French administrative law, civil law, labor law, real estate law, criminal law and business law. UM library does not subscribe to Répertoire de droit communautaire and Répertoire de droit international.

Not searchable through UHasselt Discovery Service
Access: 
Personal login

At the start of their first academic year law faculty students will receive a visitors card for the Maastricht University Library as well as an UM-account to get access to their electronic sources, even from home. The UM-card and the UM-account remain valid as long as these students are connected to Hasselt University.
More information about the UM-card can be found on https://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/nl/file/3484/download?token=QMtrRyRl (pdf). In case of problems with your UM-account, it is best to contact the ICTS-servicedesk of Maastricht University (Servicedesk-ICTS@maastrichtuniversity.nl or 0031 (0)43 388 5555). In order to reset your UM-account, you will need to add a copy of your identity card.

DBLP Computer Science Bibliography

The DBLP Computer Science Bibliography is an online reference for bibliographic information on major computer science publications. It has evolved from an early small experimental web server to a popular open-data service for the computer science community.

Searchable through UHasselt Discovery Service
Access: 
Unlimited

DETAIL inspiration

DETAIL inspiration is an image and reference database that uses precise, relevant visual inspirations to support architects in their search for construction solutions. With more than 3,300 projects from the last 32 years, DETAIL inspiration is a highly valuable source of research and inspiration for architects, giving access to reference photographs, sketches, technical product information, within a clearly structured search and filter system. All project descriptions are available for download.

Not searchable through UHasselt Discovery Service
Access: 
On campus
VPN
EZproxy

DG Mobility and Transport - European Commission

The aim of the Commission is to promote a mobility that is efficient, safe, secure and environmentally friendly and to create the conditions for a competitive industry generating growth and jobs. The issues and challenges connected to this require action at European or even international level; no national government can address them successfully alone. The European Commission’s Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport works in concert with the European Union Member States, European industry, citizens and stakeholders.

Not searchable through UHasselt Discovery Service
Access: 
Unlimited

Directory of Open Access Books

The Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB) is a searchable index of academic, peer-reviewed books that have been published under an open access license. Includes links to the full-text books on the publishers' websites. Publishers must meet the requirements for Open Access and peer review in order to have their books indexed in DOAB.

Searchable through UHasselt Discovery Service
Access: 
Unlimited

Directory of Open Access Journals

The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) covers free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals. Many journals are searchable at article level. The aim is to cover all subjects and languages.

Searchable through UHasselt Discovery Service
Access: 
Unlimited

Document Server@UHasselt

The Document Server is the institutional repository from Hasselt University. It is a publication platform and search interface to find the scientific output of Hasselt University. Where possible the publications have been made freely accessible (Open Access). 

Searchable through UHasselt Discovery Service
Access: 
Unlimited

DoKS PHL - theses of the former PHL dealing with (interior) architecture and physiotherapy

DoKS PHL (Document sharing and knowledge application PHL) is a comprehensive database of dissertations of the former PHL university college. In this database you will find, among other, theses dealing with (interior) architecture and physiotherapy, from 2007-2008 until 2012-2013. The records often contain a summary and a link to the full text (if available).

Not searchable through UHasselt Discovery Service
Access: 
Unlimited

DoKS XIOS - theses of the former XIOS dealing with applied engineering

DoKS XIOS (Document sharing and knowledge application XIOS) is a comprehensive database of dissertations of the former XIOS university college. In this database you will find, among other, theses dealing with applied engineering, from 2007-2008 until 2012-2013. The records often contain a summary and a link to the full text (if available).

Not searchable through UHasselt Discovery Service
Access: 
Unlimited