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[Infos] Ma BU à distance


My library on line

The campuses of UPHF are shut until August 24, but your online library stays opens.

Online help and contact details

  • For help with online resources, email us at basesenligne [at]
  • For any other questions about our services, or to make an appointment for a specific request, email us at bu [at]

You can also find all contact details on this page on our website.

Online bibliographic enquiries service

The staff at Ubib national network are available by chat from Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. by clicking on the "une question ?" tab at the bottom of this page, or by email 24/7 via the "Ubib par mail" icon at the top of this page. A librarian will answer you within 2 working days.

Follow your university libraries on social medias

Stay informed on your libraries : visit our Twitter and Facebook pages @BUuphf.

Online material

Useful links

From your ENT, you can access all the online content available in your library (ebooks, periodicals, documentaries...) :

  • The complete list of our online resources : ENT > Ma BU > Bases en ligne ;
  • Our ebooks catalogue : ENT > Ma BU > Catalogue des ebooks ;
  • Our periodicals catalogue : ENT > Ma BU > Catalogue des revues.


  • Use our selection of tips about online resources in our toolbox : UPHF library website > Chercher un document > Boîte à outils ;
  • Follow the hashtag #Basesenligne on our Twitter and Facebook pages to stay informed on online resources ;
  • Need help ? Email us at basesenligne [at]

Specific material


To read the news or to make a press review, Europresse gives you access to national and international papers in just a few clicks. A tip to narrow down your research : use the source criteria in the advanced research section.

Research publications

Are you currently part of a research project ? Institutional archives Theoreme and HAL-UPHF let you view part of UPHF academic publications.

Training for the TOEIC test

Need to boost your skills in English, German or Spanish ? Vocable is what you need ! More than an online magazine, Vocable offers read aloud articles, complementary videos, as well as a large number of assessment tests, including training test for the TOEIC exam.


Le Grand Robert online dictionary has 100.000 words, 350.000 illustrated definitions and examples sentences, 25.000 phrases and sayings, as well as an anthology of literary quotes from the middle ages up to now.
Need to translate a text ? Avoid the mistakes induced by automatic translators thanks to the Grand Robert et Collins dictionary : over one million words, phrases and translations, thousands of examples, a French and English conjugating tool and 800 notes on common translation mistakes.

Que sais-je ? and Repères ! collections

Need to check your knowledge of a concept or write a summary on a subject ? All the answers to your questions are in Cairn : Que sais-je ? et Repères ! For a few weeks you also have access to 10.000 extra books.

ScholarVox e-books

ScholarVox is a library of streaming books for degree and master’s degree students. It holds more than 50.000 books and manuals in economy, management, law, physical education and humanities.
The "Economy", "Social Sciences", "STAPS" and "Human and Social Sciences" collections of ScholarVox will be available until the end of December 2020.


Current loans and reservations

All library loans due on March 12 or later have been extended for a return on September 1st. If you have reserved an item, we will tell you about its availability as soon as possible.
A loan-to-order service is in place. You can find all the information here.
Return of borrowed items is only possible through the return box located in front of the library, available 24/7.

Interlibrary Loan

The interlibrary loan service will be available again on August 17.


Looking for information to complete an assignment ? Not sure if you quoted this article properly for your master’s thesis ? Need to learn how to use the library’s online databases ? Don’t worry, a variety of guides and tutorials are available from your library to help with your research and writing.
You can access all the resources directly from the Moodle platform : Moodle > Bibliothèques (authentication with your ENT identifiers - subscription is free).

The library staff can also help you with your documentary research, bibliography writing and information watch. Email us at bu [at]