E-resources by discipline
E-resources by discipline
These e-resources will be most usefull for faculty students and stuff.
Media and journalism
The database of articles from Czech printed and online newspapers and magazines, transcripts of radio and television programs. The subscription covers also archive from 1996. The resource is available only from computer in the Library of Faculty of Social Sciences and the Masaryk Library of Social Sciences in Jinonice.
EBSCOhost provides online access to bibliographic and full-text research databases and thousands of e-journals on unified platform and include Communication and Mass Media collection.
Factiva provides not only business and economic information. Top news sources include The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires, The New York Times, The Sydney Morning Herald, South China Morning Post and Le Monde.
The Infobank is a set of databases of the current CNA news service, its archives, texts from the Czech newspapers and magazines, and other documentary databases. The resource is available only from computers in the Hollar building (Faculty of Social Sciences) - single user license.
Library Press Display is full-text database of daily news from all around the world. The database provides access to current issues of Sun, Washington Post, Guardian, Mladé Fronty and much more. There is also available 3 months archive.
The largest media archive in Central Europe stretching back to 1996, covering press, television, radio and the Internet. MediaSearch media archive contains print sources* (nation-wide and regional periodicals, social and professional magazines), news from hundreds of websites and an extensive database of TV and radio programme transcripts.
Monitoring about media from Czech news, for researchers mostly
Provides online access to bibliographic and full-text research databases and thousands of e-journals on unified platform and include special Communication & Media Studies collection.
CEEOL provides access to subscribed and open access e-journals in humanities and social sciences from Central and Eastern Europe. All content in CEEOL either has its origin in Central, Eastern or South-Eastern Europe and/or is considered relevant to the region, its histories, cultures, languages, as well as, its political and social problems and discussions for possible solutions.
Information resource from the Russia region, Baltic states and other states of the former Soviet Union.
Web of Science (WoS) is a leading bibliographic and citation database covering the most impactful global and regional scholarly journals, books, and proceedings from the fields of technical and natural sciences, social sciences, arts, and the humanities. It focuses on the essential data from across more than 250 disciplines, finds and tracks scholarly citations, provides tools for viewing journal impact factor, for finding author names using ResearcherID, a unique identifier which enables researchers to manage their publication lists, tracks times-cited and h-index, and identifies potential collaborators.
Significant multidisciplinary e-resources