Electronic Information Resources (EIZ) are professional resources for science, research and study.
The University Library offers licensed (paid) EIZ as well as high-quality, freely available resources, and limited-term EIZ (so-called trial accesses).
Under the licensed EIZ, the library provides access to full texts of scholarly articles, e-books, metrics for evaluating scientific publications, citations, and others.
Use a university computer network to access licensed EIZ. For external access (eg from home, abroad) use remote access.
HOW TO SET UP THE REMOTE ACCESS (for employees and students of UPJŠ):
|Bibliografia Medica Čechoslovaca|
|Czech National Bibliography|
|Digital Library of the Faculty of Law, Masaryk University|
|DOAJ: Directory of Open Access Journals - multidisciplinary|
|eBooks@Adelaide - multidisciplinary|
|Free Medical Information|
|Good E-reader - list of free e-Book websites|
|Hand Hygiene - video|
|Harrold - multidisciplinary|
|HighWire - multidisciplinary|
|Uniform Information Gateway|
|Journal of Visualized Experiments||
JoVE creates the ultimate solutions for advancing research and science education by making and publishing videos of scientific experiments from the top laboratories around the globe. Scientific videos at two unique resources:
The newest tips for online learning:
- Additional JoVE Core Biology videos including Plant Biology - a new unit of 3 chapters focused on Plant Biology is being introduced alongside additional videos in Core Biology. Teach scientific fundamentals with this video library of simple, easy-to-understand video demonstrations.
Until 15th June 2020 access to the contents of the Jove Education database only by registration.
|Master Journal List - (Thomson Reuters)||help|
|Online Books Page Serials - multidisciplinary|
|Open Library - fiction|
|Oxford Journals - abstracts|
|Oxford Journals: Life Sciences|
|The Eletronic Library of Mathematics|
|The Free Library|
|The Free Library: Biological Sciences|
|The Royal Society of Chemistry|
|The United Nations Digital Library|
|University of California Press|
|Versita - University journals full texts from Middle and Eastern Europe|
|World Digital Library|
Access to these resources is controlled by a system of authentication. that, depending on the resource and whether you are working on-site or off-site, will function in one of two ways. If the computer you are using is on the University network (on-site), most electronic resources will allow immediate direct access with no need for a password. However, if you are working away from the University (off-site) you will need to set up the university proxy server within the browser.