Off Campus

Access to most of our subscribed databases/e-resources is provided through the Institute’s IP addresses. So, these resources are accessed directly from the “Databases” page on campus.


Off-campus access: There are two main methods to access databases/e-resources from outside the campus.

  1. Access via YETKIM, the National Academic Network ULAKNET: We only have access to the following databases with YETKİM. By clicking on the database titles, you can access information and images on how to access each via YETKİM.

American Chemical Society (ACS) 

EBSCO Discovery Service (Search all resources)

EBSCO Databases  (Academic Search Ultimate, Applied Science & Business Periodicals Retrospective, Applied Science & Technology Index Retrospective, Art Index Retrospective, Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals, Belt and Road Initiative Reference Source (The), Business Periodicals Index Retrospective, Business Source Ultimate, Central & Eastern European Academic Source, DynaMed, Education Index Retrospective, ERIC, European Views of the Americas: 1493 to 1750, GreenFILE, Humanities & Social Sciences Index Retrospective, Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts, MasterFILE Complete, MasterFILE Reference eBook Collection, MEDLINE, Newspaper Source Plus, Newswires, OpenDissertations, Regional Business News, Social Sciences Index Retrospective: 1907-1983, Teacher Reference Center, TR Dizin, Web News, EBSCO eBook Collection)

Emerald eJournals Premier Collection + Archive + Social Sciences eBooks 

IEEE Xplore Digital Library 

JSTOR Archive Journals  Library

ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Global Full Text (PQDT Global FT) 


ScienceDirect E-Books, E-Journals 



Springer Nature

Taylor & Francis Online Journals 

Web of Science (SCI-Expanded, SSCI, AHCI, CPCI, BKCI, ESCI)

Wiley Online Library

It is possible to find detailed information at

2. Access all databases by making proxy settings in your browser: 
For detailed information on how to make settings for Chrome, Firefox, and mobile phones:

For your questions about databases/e-resources, send the e-mail to library[at], or call 7506345 and 7506343.