Available databases at the University in 2024


This year, more than 40 subscribed databases can be used through the University of Pécs Library and Knowledge Centre.

The databases consist mainly of scientific journals and e-books. They can be accessed from the University’s network (e.g. eduroam), from any internet-enabled device, without further identification (eg. password or registration).

It is also possible to access them from home, details can be found here.

Database descriptions and links, as well as more than a hundred free databases are available here. (Click on the speech bubble to learn more about databases.)

The e-book packages can be browsed here.
(You can read more information and how to access them from home by clicking on the text bubble next to the publisher's name.)


The following databases were purchased for 2024:

▪ EBSCO Discovery Service /EDS/ (primary search engine)

▪ Academic Search Complete (multidisciplinary)

▪ Akadémiai Journals Collection (multidisciplinary) [with Open Access publication option]

▪ Akadémiai dictionaries

▪ American Chemical Society (chemistry) [with Open Access publication option]

▪ BMJ (British Medical Journal) (medicine)

▪ BMJ Journals Standard (medicine)

▪ Business Source Premier (economics)

▪ Cambridge University Press – Full Collection (multidisciplinary) [with Open Access publication option]

▪ Cell Press Journals (multidisciplinary)

▪ Cochrane Library (medicine)

▪ De Gruyter Journals - Social Sciences and Humanities Package [with Open Access publication option]

▪ Econlit Fulltext (economics)

▪ Embase (medicine)

▪ Emerald Premier eJournals (economics)

▪ EMIS - Emerging Markets Information Service (economics)

▪ HeinOnline Academic Core (law)

▪ IEEE Electronic Library (engineering) [with Open Access publication option]

▪ Journal Citation Reports /JCR/ (journal metrics, impact factor)

▪ Jstor - Business & Economics Package

▪ Jstor Essential Collection (humanities, social sciences)

▪ Karger eJournals Collection (medicine) [with Open Access publication option]

▪ Lancet Journals (medicine)

▪ Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (medicine) [with Open Access publication option]

▪ MathSciNet (mathematics)

▪ Nature journals (natural science, medicine)

▪ Oxford Art Online (art)

▪ Oxford Music Online /Grove Music/ (music)

▪ Oxford University Press Journals – Full Collection [with Open Access publication option]

▪ PNAS (natural science)

▪ Project MUSE - Humanities Collection

▪ ProQuest Central (multidisciplinary)

▪ Sage Journals – Premier Package (multidisciplinary) [with Open Access publication option]

▪ ScienceDirect (multidisciplinary) [with Open Access publication option]

▪ SciFinder Discovery Platform (chemistry)

▪ Science Magazine Online (natural science)

▪ Scopus (reference search bibliographic database)

▪ SpringerLink (multidisciplinary) [with Open Access publication option]

▪ Statista (statistics)

▪ Taylor and Francis Online [with Open Access publication option]

▪ Ulrichsweb (journal name index)

 UpToDate (medicine)

▪ USC Shoah Foundation’s Visual History Archive (humanities)

▪ Web of Science (reference search bibliographic database)

▪ Wiley Online Library Full Collection (multidisciplinary) [with Open Access publication option]

Information about Open Access publishing can be found on this page.

Questions about the databases can be raised at the following address: e.resources@lib.pte.hu

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