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E-Book Publishers` Collections

All e-books which are either licensed by the library or part of MPG-wide consortial packages are searchable via our OPAC - with the only exception of Proquest data.
The MPG-E-Books-Catalogue combines all MPG-wide accessible e-books and offers more sophisticated search and filter options for these packages.
This annotated list informs about publishers` portals of licensed collections which are relevant and advisable for convenient browsing; full text search functionalities are most often offered as well:
Dissertations & Theses is a database with predominantly American and Canadian dissertations and theses. The database comprises 2.3 million records. More than 925,000 papers can be downloaded in full text. Unfortunately ProQuest data could not be integrated into the OPAC yet.
Search Functions: Browse by subjects and locations; search for metadata and abstracts
Safari Tech Books is an e-book collection that provides access to the electronic versions of a broad range of technical books from leading publishers like O'Reilly , Pearson , Addison-Wesley and Microsoft Press et al.
Search Functions: Browse by categories; search for metadata, in code fragments und full texts
Oxford Reference Online is a multi disciplinary collection of dictionaries, lexica, encyclopedias and reference books.
Search Functions: Browse by indices and keywords; search in metadata and full texts
Springer Protocols is a database of laboratory protocols - instructions manuals for experiments - in the Life and Biomedical Sciences. The database covers, among others, the research fields and disciplines of imaging/radiology, neuroscience, pharmacology and bioinformatics.
Search Functions: Browse by subjects; search for metadata, in abstracts and full texts
Other E-Book Collections:
Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Springer Lecture Notes in Mathematics
Springer Lecture Notes in Physics
EBSCOhost




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