Electronic Resources

(Library /  UGC Infonet Digital Library Consortium Subscriptions &  Free)


Online (Secured Internet) Access  is available  in the campus premises (Campus IPs) and restricted only to regular university members.

Institutional members and library visitors (scholars) cannot access  subscribed  E-Resources.

Browse Databases/Publishers


1 Alphabetical (A-Z) List
2 E-ShodhSindhu Consortium Resources
3 Perpetual Access
4 Open (Free) Resources
5 Research Links
6 Useful Links 


1 J-Gate@e-ShodhSindhu  - Online Document Delivery Portal
2 Turnitin - Plagiarism (Text Similarity Detection) Tool
3 Grammarly@Edu  - English Grammar / Spelling/ Usage Check Tool

Knimbus - Remote Access to  Library Resources



Fair Use Terms & Conditions

 (Please read once before downloading full text articles) 

It is the responsibility of individual users to ensure that the use of electronic resources does not breach the terms and conditions specified in the license agreements.

Licenses vary from publisher to publisher. The general principles are as follows

Permitted Use

Not Permitted

  • Using e-resources for scholarly, educational or scientific research, teaching, private study and clinical purposes

  • Viewing, downloading, copying, printing and saving a copy of  full text articles and search results 

  • Sending a copy of an article to another authorized user (i.e. current faculty, students or staff)

  • Posting the URL to the publisher's version of the article on a class website (publisher links will allow only authorized users access)

  • If you are teaching a class, you can print out a copy of an article from an electronic journal and include it in your course pack.

  • Systematic downloading: Downloading of entire journal issue/s or volume/s or articles in large quantities. 

  • Use of robots or intelligent agents for  bulk or automatic downloading

  • Downloading e-resources for commercial gain (i.e. reselling, redistributing or republishing of  licensed content in any other medium)

  • Electronic distribution of full text content (published version in any format e.g. HTML/PDF of an article): Electronic Distribution means, transmitting, disseminating or public posting of the content (i.e. published version of an article in any format including HTML, PDF) on  personal websites, networks, blogs, sending to mailing lists or electronic bulletin boards to make  online content available to unauthorized users

  • Full text articles (even in multiple copies of print) should not be circulated

* What happens if the License is violated? *

Publishers track the use of their electronic resources in terms of number of downloads made by subscribing institution.

Misuse, if any, will be notified to the subscribing institution with the details by the publisher and  suspends  access to the entire institution.


CLICK to Refer  Fair Use Terms & Conditions (UGC Infonet Digital Library Consortium)

CLICK to Refer License Terms and Conditions of Individual Publishers  for Downloading Full Text Articles

For more details or access problems, if Any

Email to : eresourcesigml@uohyd.ac.in