From 2017 on we provide straightforward access to two electronic journals via the Buske eLibrary. Subscription to the following journals already includes this online access (to all volumes since 2006).
If you have already subscribed to one or more of these journals (e.g. » here), you can use the following link for an activation of your access:
To activate, you need your order number! This can be found on your invoice at » this point.
Within 2 to 3 working days after registering, you will receive information on your activation and access to your librarian account or, for private subscribers, your user name and password. Afterwards, you will be able to access the contents of the e-journals directly on the respective journal page at buske.de
If you would like to be informed as soon as a new issue or eJournal has been published and you are also interested in references to new publications on the topic of the journal, please subscribe here to our » newsletter.
Information about interlibrary loan of e-journals
The electronic editions of our journals are an integral part of the print subscriptions. The separately shown invoice amount for this part is attributed to sales tax provisions, which we have no influence on. Through this additional service our subscribers have campus-wide access to the contents of the journal. In the course of this offer, we unfortunately had to record significant decreases in the number of multiple subscriptions, which has a negative impact on the costing of the journals. Since we must strive to counteract this development and to avoid a significant increase in the retail price, we regrettably cannot authorize interlibrary loan of electronic issues in the interest of the case. Please note the » General Licensing Conditions for Digital Content (3.7).
For further questions
If you have any questions, please send an e-mail to email@example.com. For inquiries in this matter, you can also call us from Monday to Friday in the time from 09:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. under +49 (40) 29 99 58-0.
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