osmikonSEARCH

osmikonSEARCH

What is searched?
osmikonSEARCH 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

What is searched?
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

What is searched?
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

What is searched?
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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DaFo – data for research

The digital collections of the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek comprise more than 2,700,000 digitised manuscripts, prints, sheet music, maps, photographs, newspapers and journals; many of them are relevant for research on Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe.

 

Download options

The Munich Digitisation Centre (MDZ) of the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek offers DaFo (Data for Research), a free download service for the digital copies listed above. They can be downloaded as high-resolution images in JPEG format with 300 ppi and – if already available – with the accompanying text. Instructions can be found under this link:

DaFo – Data for Research

With the help of APIs (IIIF), it is also possible to download the automatically recognised text (OCR) as an XML file. Information on using the API can be found under this link:

MDZ – interfaces