How to find journals
Search for journals in Lund University’s various libraries.
In LUBsearch you can search for journals and also many scholarly journal articles. LUBsearch is freely searchable, but the electronic journals can only be read within the University or if you log in from home as a student or staff member at LU.
There is a dedicated list of all electronic journals accessible within Lund University.
LUBITO contains a list of all the journals at the University Library. If you are a student or an employee at Lund University, you can order scanned articles from the University Library’s scholarly journals, at no cost. A link to a PDF file will be sent to you the following weekday.
Every year the University Library receives a large number of Swedish printed materials which are not considered ordinary journals. These can be promotional flyers, members' newsletters for various associations, parish newsletters and staff or customer newsletters from companies. Many of them are visible in LUBcat, but we don't register which issues we have received. Please note that there may be gaps in our holdings.
How to find older journals
Some older journals are visible in LUBcat, but you will find all older journals in our Catalogue -1957.
Journals published up to and including 1957. In the subject section there is a heading of Tidskrifter (journals) under most of the subject areas.
How to request journals
Most of our printed journals are in closed storage. This means that you must request them via LUBcat.
Uncatalogued journals (see above) are requested as ephemera.