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Access from home

Home access to e-resources

As an employee or student at Aarhus University or Aarhus University Hospital, you can get home/remote access to the electronic resources Det Kgl. Bibliotek / Aarhus University Library subscribes to.

Home/remote access means that you can access the library’s electronic journals, e-books, databases, etc. from any computer – whether you are at home or abroad.

Rules and regulations for home access

Home access is strictly personal and should only be used for personal study or research purposes. The commercial use of data, the systematic download of large amounts of data (including entire books or journals) as well as the systematic storage of data is strictly forbidden.

It is strictly forbidden to pass on your user ID and password (PIN code) to others and to use home access in connection with another workplace. If the library or the data supplier should discover any misuse, your home access will be terminated. All traffic relating to home access is logged by both the data supplier and the library.

What is home access?

Both students and employees at Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital have the opportunity to get home access to the electronic ressources that Aarhus University Library subscribe to

Home access means you get access to electronic journals, ebooks, databases et al, on any pc both at home or anywhere else.

How to log on via home access

When you are a registered library user you can access our electronic resources.

Students and employees at Aarhus University log on via 3 different log in systems:

  • Via WAYF
  • Via Det Kgl. Bibliotek / AU Library
  • Via AUs VPN

Employees from Aarhus University Hospital can use home access via Det Kgl. Bibliotek / AU Library

Please note: When you register as user you have to log in to Citrix.

  • Now you have two options:
    • With Citrix: Use the library login page and log on with email and password
    • Without Citrix: Use one of the following apps in Citrix:'AU Library-E-tidsskrifter mv' or 'AU Library-PubMed' or start at library.au.dk. Choose WAYF > Region Midtjylland.
  • Additional guides:

Access issues?

  • If you are using a work computer, you can experience connection issues to AU Librarys electronic ressources.  These problems are usually caused by your workplace/organisations Firewall, blocking download of articles from AU Library.

In such cases we recommend you to either use your own private computer to download articles, or contact your organization/workplace IT department to have the two ports opened that their network not immediately allow access to.