More than 35,000 titles published by Springer, Gabler, Physica, Teubner, Vieweg and VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften since 2005, and new titles are continuously being added. The package includes highly in-demand textbooks and compendia from business and economics, the humanities, social science and law
Some 2,400 e-books on business administration (e.g. management accounting, marketing, HR and business organisation), as well as economics and social sciences. Publishers include Bank-Verlag Medien, BusinessVillage GmbH, Deutscher Fachverlag, Diplomica Verlag, Duncker & Humblot, FinanzBuch Verlag, Gabal Verlag, Haufe Verlag, HUSS-MEDIEN, mi-Wirtschaftsbuch, Pearson Education Deutschland, Rainer Hampp Verlag, Redline Wirtschaft and Versus Verlag.
Study literature, available round the clock on campus. Includes titles from civil law, public law and criminal law. This includes Medicus (Schuldrecht), Musielak (Grundkurs ZPO), Maurer (Allgemeines Verwaltungsrecht), Rengier (Strafrecht) and other standard textbooks. InfoGuide: display all titles in InfoGuide. Off-campus access: you cannot access beck-eBibliothek from outside the University.
685 titles, in addition to legal texts (e.g. Aichberger, Nipperdey, Sartorius, Schönfelder and others), Beck-online offers a wide variety of other essential legal works published by Beck: Commentaries (e.g. Bamberger/Roth, Ebenroth, Wandtke/Bullinger), compendia (e.g. Fritz, Hannemann, Langenfeld) and periodicals. Furthermore, Beck-online holds current court rulings and a number of form collections.
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Off-campus access: Beck-online is not accessible from outside the University due to licence restrictions.
Titles from the subject areas political science, social science, business and economics are licensed for the University computer network. Format: PDF, download chapters with the Print-Button. InfoGuide: display all Campus e-books in InfoGuide. Off-Campus-Access: enrolled students and staff can use the external access interface to log on to the University network.
Duncker & Humblot eLibrary
The German-language e-books of academic publishing house Duncker & Humblot are licensed to the University computer network. Subjects covered are law and political science, published from 2011 onwards.
The licensing model allows users to read the e-books online using their web browsers. Please note you will need to have Adobe Flash Player enabled to view this content. To use other functions, such as copying text passages or saving individual pages (up to 30 at a time in protected pdf format) require that you set up a free account by clicking on 'register'. You may print up to 10 pages at a time.
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Enrolled students and staff can use the off-campus access interface to log on to the University network.
Kubon & Sagner Electronic Resources
You can access 110 licensed e-books published by Kubon & Sagner from the University computer network. The subject areas are Slavic Studies and East Europe; publication dates as of 2009. Moreover, the publishing house offers access to a large proportion of its publications from 1960 (the year it was established) until 2006 via Open Access. These 730 pdf e-books can be found in InfoGuide and are freely accessible to all library users.
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Access to licensed form Proquest eBook Central Portal via InfoGuide. Regardless of whether you are connected from the University computer network or from outside, you always have to log on with your username and password (the same as for Stud.IP). E-books can be read online or offline. The e-books are DRM-protected. Additional information Display all Proquest eBook Central Portal titles in InfoGuide.
The national licences project, financed by the German Research Foundation (DFG), aims to provide German higher education institutions with improved specialist information.
National licences afford free access to databases, digital text collections and electronic journals. You may conduct cross-disciplinary searches in these databases.
In addition to some 1,000 e-books covering Business Administration and Economics, Science and Engineering, Social and Behavioural Sciences, Humanities and Area Studies which are freely available on the Internet, the University Library has 3,400 e-books licensed to the University computer network.
Casalini Full Text Platform, formerly Editoria Italiana Online/monographs) This e-book collection holds about 1,500 monographs and conference reports of Italian science publishers, principally covering more recent Humanities and Area Studies literature.