Journals & eJournals
First things first:
For more information about the databases:
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.
List all available at the ThH Friedensau e-journals (implemented via the platform of the University Library Regensburg EZB).These are magazines that are either freely available on the Internet are available (green) or via leased data bases (yellow), eg Journals that we have the databases from EBSCO Academic Search Premier (humanities and soz-wiss., Engl.lang. Magazines), ATLA/S (theology, Engl.-lang. Magazines) or directly refer to the printed version as an additional (ThLZ, etc.)Magazines that have a red dot are we not licensed as a library. Here, please use the interlibrary loan or document delivery, or visit one of the holding institutions (see list with respective journal) for the online version.
This web site, in existence since 1995, focuses on free internet resources of use to researchers involved in the academic study of religion.
The ZDB is the world's largest database of titles and ownership certificates continuing resources, are also recorded by newspapers, magazines, etc. It includes not only print works, including titles of electronic journals.
The ZDB contains more than 1.2 million titles in all languages from 1500 to today, and assigns these titles more than 6 million holding records from approximately 4300 to German libraries. The ZDB reported no article titles.