Content Change

Retronews évolue !

Depuis février vous accez accès à la plateforme de référence de la presse numérisée de la Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF) proposant 15 millions d’articles des principaux titres de la presse d’information générale sur 3 siècles, en presse politique, satirique, régionale, littéraire…

Depuis Retronews a évolué et vous propose aujourd’hui une nouvelle version de son site avec :

  • un accès simplifié aux ressources : nouvelles page consacrée aux 300 titres de presses publiés de 1631 à 1945
  • de nouvelles rubriques éditoriales : « époques »
  • des espaces de recherches plus ergonomiques : une interface remodelée avec des filtres de recherche multifacettes, des suggestions de recherches
  • une offre d’abonnements enrichie

Ici, vous trouverez plus d’information sur toutes les nouveautés.

Le portail est toujours disponible via et soit en cliquant sur “RetroNews” ici ou dans la liste de bases de données sous la lettre “R”.

New TLG website


Please be aware that Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG) has a new website. Click “Full Corpus (Subscription required)” in the top menu to access the database.

If you wish to access the TLG, you must create a user profile. It is for free, but you must have an account and log in to use the full resources.

Click on “Register” in the top-right corner to create a user account.

Thesaurus Linguae Graecae contains virtually all ancient Greek texts surviving from the period between Homer (8th century B.C.) and A.D. 600, plus historiographical, lexicographic, and scholiastic texts from the period between 600 and 1453. The canon amounts to approximately 80 million words of text. A polytonic Greek font must be installed on your computer in order to view some work titles that appear in Greek.

The new Online TLG is designed to be intuitive and easy to use. Should you require assistance, have a look at their Help-Site for User Guides and short video tutorials.
TLG Help

Please find the new website her:

Journal Citation Reports and Essential Science Indicators – now on InCites

Thomson Reuters’ Essential Science Indicators™ and Journal Citation Reports® are now supported on the InCites platform. This is part of a larger initiative to provide a single environment for research and bibliometric assessment and evaluation.

What are the key changes?

Essential Science Indicators and Journal Citation Reports are now supported on a re-designed, intelligently unified InCites platform for assessing and evaluating research performance in the 21st Century, with new features and capabilities that include:

  • Improved data clarity with indicators based on publication year
  • New trend data views and visualizations
  • Easily save and export reports
  • Drill down to access and explore the underlying data that informs Journal Citation Reports metrics
  • Easily analyze and compare journal trends over time
  • New exploratory environment promoting discovery and easier analysis
  • Personalization options to support your workflow

You may access both modules by clicking on the links in the top navigation on Web of Science.


Please have a look at the video tutorials to explore all the new features

Videos Essential Science Indicators

Videos Journal Citation Reports


More information

PressDisplay becomes PressReader

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Pressdisplay, the platform for international newspapers and magazines has been relaunched and has now become PressReader. NewspaperDirect has optimized the website and app for a comfortable reading experience on mobile phones and tablets.

On PressReader you may enjoy  more than 3.000 newspapers and magazines from more than 100 countries in 60 languages online in full-colour, full-page format. Access includes classifieds and all supplements and all newspapers are updated daily and archived for 3 months.
The digital newspapers and magazines can be accessed on a Desktop PC or Mac via a web browser or on a mobile device using the PressReader app. Get the PressReader app and download and read the latest news on your mobile device. The PressReader app allows you to download up to five newspapers and read them offline for a 7 day period.

A few examples of newspapers available on PressReader:

  • Le Monde
  • Corriere della Sera
  • Le Figaro
  • La Gazzetta dello Sport
  • Libero
  • Der Tagesspiegel
  • The Washington Post
  • Tribune de Genève
  • Neue Zürcher Zeitung
  • The Guardian
  • Le Parisien (Paris)
  • IL Tempo – Nazionale
  • Le Figaro Magazine
  • Magazine M
  • Mundo Deportivo

Please note that PressReader can only be accessed inside the buildings of  the National Library and the University of Luxembourg!

Direct link to PressReader

All PressReader titles can also be found in


PressReader for Mobile – only in University!

  • Go to any of University of Luxembourg locations.
  • Connect your tablet or smartphone to University WI-FI
  • Download the latest version of “PressReader” Mobile App from your app store.
  • Launch PressReader, pick your title and enjoy reading!
    The titles can be read for 7 days. After 7 days return to University, re-authenticate and you may continue for another 7 days!

Please note that the only way to download PressReader newspapers and magazines is to use the PressReader App in University of Luxembourg’s WiFi.

More help
PressReader Walk Thru Guide
PressReader Help Videos

Arrêt des bases Francis et Pascal au 31 décembre 2014

S’inscrivant dans le cadre du nouveau projet de l’Inist « Ingénierie des Connaissances 2014-2018 », les bases de données bibliographiques Francis et Pascal cesseront d’être alimentées au 31 décembre 2014.

Les archives Francis et Pascal constituées par plus de 22,5 millions de références seront par la suite ouvertes en libre accès au cours de l’année 2015. L’Inist négocie actuellement auprès de ses distributeurs (Ebsco, Ovid, ProQuest, STN), les modalités du maintien de ces archives sur les plates-formes dédiées afin d’assurer la continuité du service durant cette phase de transition, afin que celle-ci s’effectue dans les meilleures conditions.

Plus d’information sur la nouvelle stratégie du CNRS:

Si vous avez des questions, n’hésitez pas à envoyer un e-mail à!

The new SciELO Citation Index

Consortium Luxembourg’s access to Web of Science has been enhanced by a new searchable index: the SciELO Citation Index. You are now able to search and view critically important regional content with international impact.
SciELO (Scientific Electronic Library Online) is a program of the Sao Paulo Research Foundation for the cooperative publishing of open access journals on the internet. It is supported by the National Council of Scientific and Technological Development and is a partnership with the Latin American and Caribbean Center on Health Sciences Information. SciELO content includes regional journals from Latin American and the Caribbean as well as titles from Spain, Portugal and South Africa.
Continuing to expand Thomson Reuters’ content from rapidly emerging and increasingly influential regions, all Web of Science users now have access to scholarly literature in the sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities published in leading open access journals from Latin America, Portugal, Spain, the Caribbean and South Africa.

Regional content with international influence

  • Search and view critically important regional content with international impact to get a comprehensive picture of the influencers and drivers of regional research:
  • Approximately 650 titles (over 350 adding content to journals already covered in the Web of Science)
  • Over 4 million cited references
  • Open access with links to full text through the SciELO site
  • An easy search experience with local language interface


  • Agricultural sciences
  • Applied social science
  • Biological sciences
  • Engineering
  • Exact and earth sciences
  • Health sciences
  • Linguistics, letters and arts
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Social sciences

Watch a short video introduction here:

Access Web of Science here or click on the picture:

Scielo Citation Index on Web of Knowledge

New ScienceDirect and Scopus interface now live

science-direct-scopus-logoThe new ScienceDirect and Scopus interfaces have been redesigned to allow for a more productive search and discovery experience. The primary goal of the interface redesigns was to streamline the number of steps a user needs to take to accomplish the most common tasks.

Specific enhancements include:

  • Implementing a new visual style resulting in a cleaner overall user interface
  • Applying more action-driven functionality with some features only appearing when a user performs an action
  • Enhancing the ability to export directly to reference management tools such as Mendeley

To learn more about the ScienceDirect and Scopus releases, please use the following resources:

Cancellation update 2014

Several products show low usage on As the Consortium Luxembourg is confronted with a difficult budgetary situation and as the respective vendors were unwilling to lower their prices, it was decided to discontinue these products.

Effective January 1st 2014, the following products have been deleted completely from

The subscription to the « International Journal of Sports Medecine » (G. Thieme Verlag) is also cancelled but thanks to perpetual access rights you may continue to access all issues from 2000-2013 on
For further assistance or questions, please send an e-mail to

No access to 2014 Springer eBooks

Accommodating the rising costs of electronic publications is difficult as they have risen much faster than inflation in the past years, while budgets stagnated. Therefore the Consortium Luxembourg is unable to continue to add new eBooks published in 2014 to its Springer eBook collection.
This decision affects only Springer eBooks to be published in 2014, those will not become available on Access to eBooks published from 2005-2013 continues without any changes!

We’re hoping to be able to update our Springer licence with the 2014 eBooks titles as soon as the current funding situation improves.
For further assistance or questions, please send an e-mail to