The UAntwerp now has access for one year to 2 documentaries about Guatemala on the streaming platform Kanopy:
- 500 YEARS - Life in Resistance
- Granito: How to nail a dictator
These are currently the only two titles available to us on Kanopy, but faculties and departments can always buy more titles if interested.
The Royal Library of Belgium (KBR) offers remote access to its digital collections. The available resources represent a potentially relevant extension of the UAntwerp library resources, especially for students in the Humanities and Social Sciences. KBR purchases the electronic resources and makes them freely available to registered users through the MyKBR account. Each registered user thus has access to more than 100 databases, 5,000 e-journals and 62,000 e-books, with a focus on humanities and social sciences. Some sources are accessible only in KBR itself for legal reasons; this is indicated in the overview on their website.
(1) Register once for a MyKBR account: https://opac.kbr.be/register.aspx.
(2) Browse through the overview of available e-resources: https://www.kbr.be/nl/collecties/elektronische-bronnen/
When you click on a source, a login is requested. This is where you then log in with your KBR account.
(3) Or, you can search through the KBR's catalog: https://opac.kbr.be - in that case, don't forget to log in with your KBR account at the top right.
An overview page of all digital sources (with links to both digitized sources and purchased online databases): https://www.kbr.be/nl/collecties/digitale-collecties-in-kbr/
The library offers a subscription to the entire package of journals of The American Chemical Society.
Access is from 1996 onwards.
ACS journals are available through the UAntwerp catalogue and via the blue UAntwerp button in bibliographic databases. Use VPN when off campus!
Audiovisual archive about buildings, designs and architects.
OnArchitects is a database with biographical information, interviews with architects, audiovisual materials of buildings and designs. All audiovisual materials are indexed and references to literature are added.
The database is available via the overview of databases.
Many publishers are giving us temporary access to their resources so that users can work and study from home in the best circumstances.
We are given extra online content in the form of books, journals and databases by several publishers. This way users can hopefully find all the resources they need even though they can't go to the library anymore. This extra content is of a temporary nature however and will disappear again after the crisis.
Access is normally set up via IP recognition so you get automatic access from home when you use a VPN connection.