Electronic resources - search for e-journals and e-books.
The Library provides access to thousands of academic journals and e-books through various services and databases. Please note that the Library users have only access to the subscribed content under licence agreements and not to the full content of the services listed below. Please also note that access to e-journals is restricted to Library authorised users and is not available outside the Natolin campus.
Access to Arts & Humanities collection of Very Short Introductions e-books from Oxford University Press. On the campus no password is required.
Service provides 9 databases including Academic Search Ultimate and Business Source Ultimate . It contains full-text journals as well as bibliographic information and abstracts. On the campus no password is required.
ABI/INFORM Complete (Proquest)
Service of business information, from scholarly journals and dissertations, to company, industry and market focused trade news. On the campus no password is required.
Scholarly resources on JSTOR include Archival and Current Journals, Books, and Primary Sources. The Library offers access to two of JSTOR collections: Arts & Sciences II and Arts & Sciences VI. To limit your search to subscribed content only choose Advanced Search and tick a box ”Include only content I can access”.
A cross-searchable library containing the full text of over 3000 e-books published by Oxford University Press. The subscribtion covers History, Law, Political Science, Economics and Finance collections. On the campus no password is required.
Academic journals published by Cambridge University Press. (225 titles)
Academic journals published by Oxford University Press. (60 titles)
Academic journals and e-books published by Taylor & Francis. (1125 titles)
Academic journals and e-books published by Wiley. (1529 titles)
Service offers access to more than 3 thousands of e-journals and 140 thousands of e-books by Springer. To search for full text content only please untick the ”Include Preview-Only content” box in the seach window.
Academic journals in French. (9 titles)
The OAPEN Library contains freely accessible academic books from European publishers, mainly in the area of Humanities and Social Sciences. OAPEN works with publishers to build a quality controlled collection of Open Access books.
Internet service which provides documents and information about the institutions, structures, countries, regions, peoples, policies and processes of the European Union and the wider Europe. Successor of "Know Europe" database. Open Access.
Daily bulletin on European affairs. Archives 1995-06/2018 also available on CD-ROM on the computer FKEC217 in the Reference Room.
The bulletin published daily in English contains news and information on Poland. Online archive since 1989 at www.pnb.pl - available on computers in the Reference Room - password on request - ask Librarian on duty.
Access to "The Economist" archive content (since 1992) is available via ABI/INFORM Complete (Proquest)
Articles from "Financial Times" (since 1997 with one month delay) are available via ABI/INFORM Complete (Proquest)
Access to "Le Monde" website and full archive content available on computers in the Reference Room - password on request - ask Librarian on duty. Limited access to archives (25 articles per month)
Full archives on CD-ROM 1954-2012 available on all computers in the Reference Room.
Politico (formerly European Voice)
Access to "Politico" website and archive (including European Voice) available on computers in the Reference Room - password on request - ask Librarian on duty.
Access to "Courrier International" website and full archive content available on computers in the Reference Room - password on request - ask Librarian on duty.
The following publications are ceased. Archive content is available (local access only):
Europolitics - (2006 - July 2015) daily bulletin on European affairs.
New Neighbours - (2004 - December 2011). Bi-monthly bulletin on EU Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy published by Europe Information Services.
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