More Catalogs & Databases
Common Union Catalog - GVK
The GVK contains titles with their ownership records from over 1000 libraries.
Essay Database Online Contents - OLC
Essay titles from journals are evidenced in OLC.
Periodicals database - ZDB
The ZDB is the world's largest index of serial publications such as journals and newspapers.
Karlsruhe Virtual Catalog - KVK
The KVK is a service of the UB Karlsruhe for the identification of books and journals in library and book trade catalogs worldwide.
Electronic Journals Library - EZB
The Electronic Journals Library is a freely accessible bibliographic database of scientific electronic journals.
Database Information System - DBIS
The database information system provides access to scientific databases in all subject areas.
Core collects OA publications from international OA journals and repositories worldwide.
BASE (Bielefeld Academic Search Engine) is one of the world's largest search engines for scientific web documents. The full texts of many of the documents are freely accessible.
Metasearch Catalogs - UB Bielefeld
Search multiple library catalogs simultaneously under a common interface. Includes German, European and international catalogs.
The database information system DBIS gives you access to our licensed databases and those freely available on the Internet.
A small selection of important databases licensed for you:
DIN standards and VDI guidelines
For researching DIN standards and VDI guidelines, we offer you the Perinorm database.
With the VDE Standards Library, you have direct access to all valid VDE regulations.
SciFinder-n is an article and fact database. Included are bibliographic data of documents, chemical substances with suppliers and chemical reactions with legal regulations and inventories.
Web of Science
Web of Science is a search interface in which you can search for scientific literature in various literature and citation databases.
The database provides collected information on inorganic material systems from bibliographic data to phase diagrams.
Reaxys provides information on organic, inorganic and organometallic compounds with structures, physical data and chemical properties (reactions) and related literature from 1771 onwards, also patents (WO, EP, US) from life sciences and organic chemistry.