Here you can find databases licensed for the WZB and other electronic
For information on WZB licensed and freely accessible databases please visit DBIS, the "Database Information System" of the University Library of Regensburg. Information on DBIS holdings in general can be found here. (german only)
bibs vs. virus | unser angebot
Research area: General / Interdisciplinary, Educational Research, History, Mathematics / Computer Science, Medicine / Healthcare, Natural Sciences / Technology, Philosophy, Political Science, Law, Sociology, Economics, Science Language: Germanbibs vs. virus | unser Angebot (DBIS Corona) of the University of Regensburg contains an overview of offers which have been made temporarily freely accessible by publishers or which temporarily extend the license offer free of charge.
Fulltext database, Article database
De Gruyter online / Walter de Gruyter Online-Zeitschriften Archiv
- German-wide access provided by the DFG
Research area: History, Law, Mathematics / Computer Science, Natural Sciences / Technology, Information Science, Linguistics and Literature Science, Medicine / Healthcare, Philosophy Language: German, EnglishThe site gives access to about 250 journals, which cover a broad spectrum of subjects in the humanities and the natural sciences. Most of the titles from the area of science, technology, and medicine (STM) date from 1998 onward. All backfiles are available for most of the titles in the humanities (H). All the journals have a one-year period between their latest issue available in JSTOR and their most recently published issue.
Article database, Fulltext database
Research area: General / Interdisciplinary, Linguistics and Literature Science, Educational Research, Geography, History, Art, Mathematics / Computer Science, Philosophy, Law, Sociology, Economics Language: GermanDigiZeitschriften is a research service which offers an electronic archive of core German journals of scientific importance. These are mainly journals with a long-established tradition in their field. All magazines are available in full-text from their first year up to a so-called ?moving wall? (about 3-5 years before the current year, depending on the publication).