Books & eBooks
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To improve the supply of electronic scientific information at German universities, research institutions and academic libraries, the German Research Foundation since 2004, financed the purchase of national licenses. The aim is to allow scientists, students and individuals interested in science the free access to databases, electronic journals and digital text collections.
The database currently contains 140 000 bibliographic references SoLit consisting of monographs and 211 current journals in the field of social work and social pedagogy. The inventory is updated daily since 1979 and is growing by about 6,000 entries.
Browse with Google Books in the world millions of books from libraries and publishers, or you can display a preview.
The joint library network of seven states and the Foundation of Prussian Cultural Heritage through the portal allows access to its database offerings such as the Common Union Catalogue GVK. By ordering and information for libraries and users.
The Karlsruhe Virtual Catalogue (KVK) is a meta-catalog for the detection of more than 500 million books and serials in library and book trade catalogs worldwide.
The social science portal SOWIPORT pools and networks of national and international quality information provider and makes them available in one place. Caused by the tight integration with existing supplies previously only separately SOWIPORT a central point of contact for users of social science information.
SOWIPORT currently contains approximately 3.8 million documents to publications and research projects from 18 databases.
VirTheo is in the German area, a central entry point into the Internet for theology and science of Comparative Religion. It is the goal, both conventional and electronic media library of information which are relevant for the two subjects together to make searchable.
Meta-catalog for the detection of 5 million items from ecclesiastical and academic libraries in Germany.
Virtual Catalog of theology and church (VThK) sees itself as the central authoritative source on the Internet for electronic catalog data available stocks of academic libraries in theological and church-run special collections in libraries in government schools in Germany.
WorldCat is the world's largest network of library content and services. WorldCat libraries are dedicated to providing access to their resources on the Web, where most people start their search for information.
WorldWideScience.org is a global science gateway—accelerating scientific discovery and progress through a multilateral partnership to enable federated searching of national and international scientific databases. Subsequent versions of WorldWideScience.org will offer access to additional sources as well as enhanced features.