Access to e-resources is available to any Library user whose library account is valid for the current academic year.
Active access to the databases is possible from computers located at the AGH University of Krakow and connected to the university network.
If you are an employee, a doctoral student, or a student of AGH University, you have access to e-sources from outside the AGH University network. Connection is made through the HAN system (log in via your valid library account). HAN is a reverse proxy server that allows managing access to electronic information sources. It requires no additional installation and configuration on the user's computer.
To use any database, with access limited to the university network, select the name of the database from the list found on the Library page under e-resources alphabetically. You can also select a database from the list of e-resources by subject or e-resources by type.
Each database has an individual link. When clicked, a login window appears, in which you need to provide:
If you don't remember your access credentials, read the library account login information.
Log-in is not required in the university network in faculties that have registered their IP ranges with the Main Library.
Some resources have certain restrictions and can only be accessed in the Library on designated computers.
If you would like to receive information about training sessions, webinars, news, and trials of e-resources, subscribe to BGinfo - the newsletter of the AGH University Main Library.
When using e-resources, respect the terms of the license and copyright.
According to the license agreements for the use of e-resources, the following actions are prohibited:
Failure to comply with these arrangements may result in blocking access both for Users who violate these arrangements and for the University as a whole.
If you cannot log in to the e-resources
For information on the use of e-resources please contact:
Technical problems related to the HAN service should be reported to the IT Support Section: