Once again, no agreement was reached on a Germany-wide licence agreement between Elsevier-Verlag and the Alliance of Science Organisations in Germany – represented by the German Rectors' Conference (DEAL project).
Therefore, the current issues of Elsevier journals are no longer accessible at TUM.
Online access to back volumes
TUM has acquired permanent archive rights to older volumes (until the end of 2016) for a large number of Elsevier journals. All volumes that you can access at the TUM are listed in the Electronic Journals Library (EZB).
Free document delivery for Elsevier articles
In addition, the University Library offers you the opportunity to obtain Elsevier articles free of charge via interlibrary loan or SUBITO. This service is open to all employees with an TUM ID. For more information about ordering options and permissions, visit https://www.ub.tum.de/en/supply-elsevier-articles.
Alternative sources for journal articles
The University Library makes around 40,000 scientific journals available to you online via licence agreements. If you don't find an article at TUM, there are often alternative ways to obtain scientific articles – usually free of charge. An overview of various alternatives can be found at: https://www.ub.tum.de/en/alternative-sources-journal-articles.