Subject guide: German

Welcome to the library’s subject guide for studies in German.

Academic Articles and Reports

  • Bibliographie der deutschen Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft (BDSL).
  • Journal articles on education. Focus on important international scientific journals.
  • ERIC (The Education Resources Information Center) is the world's largest digital database of education literature
  • Sök artiklar m m inom pedagogik och utbildning.
  • Google Scholar is Googles interface for scientific material. Here you can find articles, thesis and books from academic publisher and universities from all over the world. The Universities resources in fulltext from different vendors and subscribers are integrated in Google Scholar but you need to go through the library webpage.
  • The Swedish national library catalog.
  • Combined search in Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts (LLBA) and Linguistics Database.
  • Database for literature on linguistics and literary research etc.
  • The oldest producer of "free" books on the Internet.
  • Interdisciplinary database with references from scienctific journals, books, reports and conferences in various subjects. It also a database for citation searches.
  • Ulrichsweb offers detailed information from more than 300,000 journals. For example you can find out if a journal contains peer reviewed articles.
  • Cabells Predatory Reports is a searchable database of ”predatory journals”.

More resources

  • Dart Europe
    Full-text dissertations from a number of European universities.
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