osmikon.search

osmikon.search

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osmikon.search offers the possibility to search simultaneously in relevant German and international library catalogues, bibliographies and special databases for scientific literature and research material on Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe.
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OstDok

OstDok

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The subject repository "OstDok – Eastern European Documents Online" provides electronic full texts of research on Eastern, Central Eastern and Southeastern Europe.
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ARTOS

ARTOS

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The database ARTOS records specialist articles and reviews from around 400 current journals and selected anthologies covering a wide range of research in the humanities and social sciences from Eastern and Southeastern Europe and across the region.
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OstNet

OstNet

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OstNet is a catalogue for internet resources and lists academically relevant websites and online documents on Eastern, Central and Southeastern Europe. In OstNet you can, for example, search for institutional websites, blogs or digital humanities projects on a specific topic or country, or search for databases for a specific research target.
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ARTOS

ARTOS alerting service

Use the ARTOS alerting service to receive regular e-mail updates on new articles and reviews from several hundred journals and selected edited volumes on Eastern Europe!
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OstDok, the document and publication server for interdisciplinary research on Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe, offers researchers the opportunity to publish research results electronically in open access.

You can:

  • electronically publish original research,
  • re-publish electronically already published works,
  • publish thematic dossiers additionally on osmikon.de,
  • publish research data, 
  • publish ego documents in digital form.

Research institutions also have the option of electronically hosting scientific journals published under their own editorship. It is also possible to set up a moving wall.

Picture credits

Header Publizieren: „Russiae, Moscoviae Et Tartariae Descriptio“ © BSB / 2 Mapp. 140 f-91 (Kartenausschnitt), CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Elektronische Erstveröffentlichungen: Open Access-Goldener Weg © Open access, A. Štanzel | Elektronische Zweitveröffentlichungen: Open Access-Grüner Weg © Open access, A. Štanzel | Themendossiers publizieren: © A. Štanzel | Forschungsdaten veröffentlichen: © OstData / BSB | Ego-Dokumente veröffentlichen: E. Rammelmeyer, "Brief an die Kinder", 1913, Nachlass der Familie Rammelmeyer, CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 | E-Journals bereitstellen: OJS © Open Journal Systems, A. Štanzel | OstDok-Logo: © OstDok / BSB

 

 

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OstDok offers free access to more than 60,000 electronic full texts of scientific monographs, sources, university publications, series and much more.

In addition to the basic and advanced search, you can also browse the extensive stock of freely available electronic literature by subject, period or epoch.

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