The Library of the Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences has access to the following full-text and bibliographic-abstract databases:
|4||Cambridge Core||This database replaces two major publishing platforms: Cambridge Journals Online and Cambridge Books Online. It contains over 360 journals and 30,000 e-books. In the HSS collection, subscribed to by ILS PAS, 42 titles of legal journals are available.||Browse||5||CEON||The repository contains open access publications of Polish scientists.||Browse|
One of the largest and best known Polish legal information systems, published by CH Beck. The licence enables access to commentary modules, Law Systems, and periodicals issued by the publisher.
Lex Omega – One of the largest and best known Polish legal information systems, currently published by Wolters Kluwer Polska. Within the licence it is possible to access:
|11||Nature.com||Nature magazine, from 2010 onwards. Individual registration is required to use the database.||Browse|
|An international academic network and a free platform for sharing research papers. Use requires individual registration.||Browse|
|13||Oxford Academic Journal|
The HSS collection of Oxford University Press (OUP) journals includes 197 titles of prestigious journals, often available on HeinOnline with a publishing embargo or only indexed there. The licence covers current journals and archives of volumes from 1996 onwards, with the right to unlimited access to the collection from the licence period. The database allows browsing entire journals, as well as full-text searching for specific issues.
The Springer licence covers 2008 current journals and 425 archival journals along with all electronically available archival volumes (for approximately 1,290 titles). Over 100 new titles and 579 open access journals are also available for trial. Springer book series archives are also available under the Springer licence, including 17 series from the first volume to the 2008 yearbook and a further nine series with archives from 1997 to 2008, totalling 10,558 volumes. Use of the database requires individual registration. The Springer licence includes an additional programme allowing Polish authors to publish open access articles free of charge in Springer Open Choice hybrid journals.
|15||Wiley Online Library|
Journals Full Collection 2016, including 1,405 current titles from 1997 and 2,450 books published in 2009 and 2015. Using the database requires individual registration.
DATABASES OF BIBLIOGRAPHIES AND ABSTRACTS
Bibliographic database of Polish agricultural and natural science journals created by the ICM.
A bibliographic database of Central European journals in the social sciences and the humanities.
|3||e-Polska Bibliografia Prawnicza|
As a result of the project financed by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education through the Dialogue programme, a new bibliographic and abstract database, ‘e-Polish Law Bibliography’, has been created (alongside the commercial PBPw SIP Lex and Legalis bibliographic databases). The open ePBP database, containing links to the full content of legal publications available and abstracts of many current academic publications is updated daily. Due to ongoing standardisation work, we ask for any comments and priorities
An interdisciplinary database of abstracts and citations from approximately 23,000 journals, 145,000 books, book series, conference reports and patents. It also provides the Hirsch index, which has been calculated based on publications since 1970. Use of the database requires individual registration.
|5||Web of Science|
A collection of databases produced by Clarivate Analytics (formerly Thomson Reuters). The national licence covers the following databases and time ranges:
as well as additional databases: Biosis Citation Index, Data Citation Index, Dervent Innovation Index, Zoological Records, Medline, Current Chemical Reactions (CCR), Index Chemicus (IC) and Current Contents Connect. The WoS database indexes journals from the Master Journal List (the Philadelphia list), which now includes more than 23,000 current titles; additionally, 10,000 titles of archival journals are indexed in the database. The set of databases covered by the licence is made available on the Web of Science platform on the publisher’s server. Since 2017, a new Emerging Sources Citation Index has been available under the licence, which contains more than 5,000 journals (the target is 7,500 journals by the end of the year) that do not yet meet the selection criteria for the main indices (SCIE, SSCI and AHCI). Inclusion of a journal in ESCI provides greater accessibility and wider citation coverage, and consequently a more complete opportunity for further evaluation. Use of the database requires individual registration.