Overview: Accessible Databases in 2021

Charles University and its faculties are buying a lot of bibliographic and full-text databases. Take a look at the list of databases that can be used in 2021.

Some of the resources are available to all users of the whole Charles University and some are accessible only by the users from particular faculties. In bold are resources that have been bought for the whole Charles University, in blue are resources that are accessible only for the Faculty of Arts. You may access all databases via the eResources Portal https://eresources.cuni.cz/. Most of the resources are searchable by the search engine UKAŽ (http://ukaz.cuni.cz/en). Resources, which are not searchable with the search engine, are marked with an asterisk.

The full list of resources (including the resources bought by other faculties and open-access resources) is on the eResources Portal – https://eresources.cuni.cz/. The resources bought by other faculties differ in the terms of access based on their licence agreement and these terms may vary.

In 2021, the following databases are available to the users of the Faculty of Arts[1]:

  • Academic Search Ultimate (EBSCO)
  • ACM Digital Library
  • ACS Publications
  • American Association for Cancer Research Publications
  • American Institute of Physics – Complete
  • American Mathematical Society Journals
  • American Physical Society e-Journals – APS ALL
  • Annual Reviews – Physical Science Collection
  • Arcanum Digitheca*
  • ATLA religion Database with ATLASerials
  • BioOne Complete
  • BMJ Journals Online Collection
  • Bookport
  • Brepolis Latin Complete (vč. zdroje L’Anné philologique)*
  • Cambrdige Books Online (Cambridge Core)
  • Cambridge Journals Online – Humanities and Social Sciences (Cambridge Core)
  • CEEOL
  • Classique Garnier Numérique*
  • Dictionary of Old English*
  • Elgar Online (kolekce Social and Political Science 2019 a 2020)
  • EBSCO eBook Academic Collection (EBSCO eBooks)
  • Evidence-Based Medicine Reviews*
  • Gale Literary Sources
  • Gale Virtual Reference Library
  • GeoRef*
  • GeoScienceWorld
  • Grammarly Premium*
  • Humanities Source Ultimate
  • IBZ Online*
  • Idunn
  • IEEE/IET Electronic Library (IEL)
  • InCites – Benchmarking Analytics*
  • IOPscience
  • John Benjamins Publishing Company*
  • Journal Citation Reports*
  • JSTOR – Art & Sciences I
  • JSTOR – Art & Sciences II
  • JSTOR – Art & Sciences III
  • JSTOR – Art & Sciences V
  • Karger Journals
  • Klapp Online
  • Library and Information Science (LISS)
  • Literature Online*
  • MathSciNet
  • MEDLINE
  • OECD iLibrary
  • Online Egyptological Bibliography (OEB)*
  • Oxford Bibliographies Online
  • Oxford English Dictionary Online*
  • Oxford Journals Online Full Collection
  • Oxford Scholarship Online*[2]
  • ProQuest Ebook Central
  • PsycARTICLES
  • PsycINFO
  • RDA Toolkit*
  • Reaxys
  • Royal Society of Chemistry – Gold
  • SAGE Journals ((kolekce, Communication & Media Studies, Politics & International Relations, Sociology)
  • SAGE Knowledge[3]
  • ScienceDirect
  • SciFinder N (Chemical Abstracts)*
  • Scopus
  • SpringerLink
  • Taylor & Francis Online (kolekce Social Science & Humanities Library, Science & Technology Library, Medical Library)
  • Thesaurus Linguae Graecae*
  • Thesaurus Linguae Latinae*
  • Thieme MedOne Education
  • Ulrichsweb*
  • Web of Science
  • Wiley Online Library
  • World Christian Database*
  • Yearbook Online Service*

[1] Note: In bold are resources that have been bought for the whole Charles University, in blue are resources that are accessible only for the Faculty of Arts. The asterisk marks resources that are not searchable and accessible via the search engine UKAŽ.

[2] On Oxford Scholarship Online, there is available an extensive book collection in the so-called Evidence-Based Acquisition regime. This means that the users have access to more than 18,000 eBooks on Oxford Scholarship Online until 10 November 2021 and, then, the statistically most used titles will be permanently bought.

[3] On the SAGE Knowledge platform, there is available an extensive book collection in the so-called Evidence-Based Acquisition regime. This means that the users have access to more than 18,000 eBooks on Oxford Scholarship Online until 11 November 2021 and, then, the statistically most used titles will be permanently bought.