Database news

2023. March 3., Friday – 15:26
Yale University provided 60 day institution-wide trial of two databases, eHRAF World Cultures and eHRAF Archaeology. The trial period ends on 24 April 2023.
2023. February 15., Wednesday – 13:12
We provide information on which databases the Eötvös Loránd University will subscribe to within the scope of the EISZ in this year. The Electronic Information Service National Program (EISZ) provides access to electronic scientific content by purchasing a national license for participants in higher education, public collections and non-profit research.
2023. February 8., Wednesday – 14:15
The ELTE University Library and Archives has joined the National Library of Korea Digitized Material Service partnership programme, which has provided access to more than nine million digital documents, including nearly one and a half million books. The content is available on designated terminals in three libraries, the Library of the Institute of East Asian Studies, the Library of Faculty of Education and Psychology and the University Library and Archives.
2023. January 4., Wednesday – 14:23
As of January 1st 2023, the L'Harmattan Digital Database will be available under a new name and at a new location that is the L'Harmattan Open Access és Archive platform.
2022. November 23., Wednesday – 16:59
The ELTE IT Directorate discontinued the Stunnel service with effect of November 8, 2022. Instead, the VPN service can be used by both ELTE employees and students. Anyone who does not already have one, must apply for VPN service.
2022. November 23., Wednesday – 16:53
Trial access the nkoda database and music service is available for 30 days, which ends on December 13, 2022.
2022. November 23., Wednesday – 16:47
The World Who's Who online database published by Taylor and Francis is available as part of a thirty-day trial. Trial access lasts until November 30, 2022.
2022. November 23., Wednesday – 16:36
The University Library and Archives has requested trial access to the database Das Diensttagebuch von Wolfram Sievers und das SS-Ahnenerbe (1941–45) (SAEO) published by De Gruyter. The database is a primary source for researching Nazi Germany, and can be subscribed to it from November 2022. Trial access runs until December 6, 2022.
2022. November 21., Monday – 08:27
ELTE was granted access to Gale's collection of three primary sources for thirty days. The collections contain searchable digital versions of American newspapers. The database can be accessed in the ELTE IP range or by using a VPN service.
2022. September 9., Friday – 14:23
Join to the webinar ”The importance of Web of Science Researcher Profiles” on the 20th of September 2022 at 10:00 am!
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