We would like to highlight our range of recommended and compulsory didactic books that can be consulted not only on paper, but also digitally free of charge by UHasselt students and staff.
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From July 11, the government has made mouth masks mandatory in libraries (see: https://www.vrt.be/vrt
Since June 2020 Hasselt University has access to 30 of the most prestigious journals of the American Ins
Wolters Kluwer Digital Book Platform is now available at Hasselt Univ
Since May 11, Campus Library Diepenbeek is open again on weekdays (9 a.m.-4 p.m.), but only by appointment.
Law Library Limburg is open again on weekdays, but only by appointment.
Hasselt University Library is pleased to offer UHasselt students, faculty, and staff free access to the premium version of Grammarly.
Given the situation with COVID-19, Campus library Diepenbeek remains closed.
Until the end of 2020 Hasselt University has trial access to the international law database Hein
Hasselt University concluded a new license with Larcier that gives us almost unlimited access to all content in Strada lex.
The new, stricter measures taken by the government in the fight against the CORONA virus left us with no choice but to close both libraries to the public.
Due to the 'CORONA-crisis', the Campus Library is currently closed, probably even until Saturday, 18 April. It is therefore not an option to come by to hand in or renew the books.
As a result of current measures to combat the COVID-19 virus, Cambridge University Press has decided to place a large number of e-books and journal articles in open access free of charge until the
Jura was already off-campus available. Now also a lot of other legal databases (Strada lex, SocialEye, monKEY) can be consulted from home, and this as long as the CORONA crisis continues.
Both Campus Library Diepenbeek and Law Library Limburg remain open, but we adjust the opening hours until April 4: