The current daily and weekly newspapers can be found in the newspaper trays in the Library Lounge on the upper floor of the Central Library. Editions from the past 12 months are stored in the closed stacks and can be requested from the Central Library's check-out desk. A list of newspapers and weekly magazines (german)
Süddeutsche Zeitung (as of 1992)
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, (as of 1993) and Sunday edition
Nexis serves articles from some thousands of daily and weekly newspapers and magazines.
PressReader - access to more than 7,000 newspapers and magazines from all over the world. Includes u. a. Der Tagesspiegel, Le Figaro, Le Monde, The Guardian, The Herald, Washington Post, Izvestia, La Vanguardia, Wall Street Journal Europe, Newsweek, Der Standard, Die Presse, Salzburger Nachrichten, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, International New York Times, New York Post, The Daily Telegraph, Indian Express. Also included: periodicals from Brasil, Argentina, China, India and much more. All titles are available in print layout. Editions from the past 90 days. You can also read all newspapers more comfortable and offline with the "PressReader App", read more (German)
Passauer Neue Presse, the local newspaper, can be accessed from these systems:
- WISO Presse: article database, archiving all editions starting from 1996
- Nexis: article database, archiving all editions starting from July 2012
- Digipress digital collections in the Database Information System retrospectively digitised (editions from 1946 to 1965)
Additional newspapers and newspaper sites can be found in the Database Information System (DBIS): Newspaper list
The University Library owns 242 newspapers and journals on microfilm or microfiche.
Special collection: The microfilm collection includes 131 newspaper titles from the 19th century, World War I and the Weimar Republic, as well as the German exile literature 1933-45 and newspapers from the German Democratic Republic.
All microfilm and microfiche titles are listed in InfoGuide. You can also refer to this list: Newspapers and magazines on microfiche and microfilm (German)
Microfiche or microfilm can be requested for use in the reader-printer from the Central Library's check-out desk.