The database STATISTA is a statistics-portal, which provides access to statistical data from different institutes and sources.
The data can be downloaded in different formats (Powerpoint, Excel,..).
The license includes the modules “DACH content” as well as “Statista International”.
Access to this database is provided via the Database-Information-System (DBIS).
In case of questions please contact: ub.support(at)boku.ac.at
In BOKU:LITsearch, it is now possible to display a QR code for each hit in the “Send to” section, which can be scanned with a smartphone or tablet and leads directly to the corresponding resource (e.g. e-book for download).
This enables easy and quick access to the e-resources of the UB via mobile devices.
Elsevier: Freedom Collection with over 2250 e-journals and Open Access agreement from 2021 onwards
The University Library was able to conclude a new contract with Elsevier for the years 2021-2023. With the Freedom Collection (approx. 2250 titles), it offers access to almost the entire e-journal portfolio of the publisher.
In addition, 17 Cell Press journals are now available at BOKU.
The newly negotiated Open Access agreement with the publisher Elsevier is particularly pleasing: free publishing in hybrid journals (term 2021-2023) and gold journals (term 2021) for BOKU scientists.
Here further information on OA publishing can be found.
The PressReader platform will continue to be available in 2021.
The online platform offers access to national and international daily newspapers as well as to magazines from different subject areas. In total, over 7,000 titles are available in their original print layout.
More Information and Access to PressReader via DBIS
The University Library provides a variety of electronic resources with the possibility of access for BOKU members independent of time and place (HAN access)
In addition, some publishers and providers are currently making some of their content available free of charge due to the corona crisis:
- The publishing house Elsevier is currently (probably until mid-June 2020) making 256 titles from the textbook sector available free of charge.
Direct access is possible HERE. The title list is updated continuously.
- JOVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments) currently (until 15.06.2020) allows free access to the “STEM education video library“.
For questions please contact ub.support(at)boku.ac.at.
The Main Library offers BOKU scientists the opportunity to publish Open Access in American Chemical Society (ACS) hybrid journals at no additional cost. Open Access fees (Article Processing Charges, APC) are charged centrally at the library. The agreement also includes online reading access to the entire ACS journal collection covering the period 2020-2022.
More information is available at OA-Publishing at ACS.
UB BOKU has acquired a number of new journals through consortium agreements. As of January 2020 the following journals are, among others, available online:
Annual Reviews Inc.:
Annual review of biochemistry
Annual review of genetics
Annual review of cell and developmental biology
Annals of the Entomological Society of America
Journal of Economic Entomology Journal of Medical Entomology
Crops & Soils Mathematika
Elsevier: International Journal of Biological Macromolecules
Access via Electronic Journals Library (EZB).
From January 2020, UB BOKU will license the PressReader platform. The online platform offers access to national and international daily press as well as to magazines from different subject areas. In total, over 7,000 titles are available in their original print layout.
–> More Information and Access to PressReader via DBIS
Due to the implementation of the new library system ALMA the search-platform „BOKU:LITsearch“ will replace the hitherto existing online-catalogue.
Access to BOKU:LITsearch
Literature search is generally possible without login.
Access to licenced electronic resources (e-books, e-journals) is provided on BOKU-campus without login.
Outside BOKU-campus BOKU staff members and BOKU students have access to licenced content after login with their BOKU account.
Library user account
To log into the library user account BOKU staff members and BOKU students use their BOKU account.
For other users login is provided with the barcode-number of their library card and password.
After login the following services can be used:
– Library account (renewals, reservations)
– Overview of borrowing options for items
– Interlibrary loan
The search-platform „BOKU:LITsearch“ provides access to all literature and media offered by the BOKU-library and further resources. A general search produces an extensive title list which can be refined to „Bibliothekskatalog“ (library catalogue) with the facet located at the left bar.
-> Access to BOKU:LITsearch
Due to the recent implementation of the new library system there may well be data corrections and other adjustments to the system.