Search in national and international library catalogs.
Would you like to do specific research outside the collections of the University Library Emden/Leer, search directly for journal articles or include library catalogs of other countries? Then use the catalogs of the Common Library Network (GBV) and the Karlsruhe Virtual Catalog (KVK).
The Common Union Catalogue (GVK) is the freely accessible section of the union database K10plus of the GBV and SWB with the materials relevant for interlibrary loan of the GBV.
The Common Union Catalogue (GVK) contains collections of books, journals, articles, congress reports, microforms, electronic ressources, data carriers, music, maps, etc. from about 1,110 libraries of the GBV and SWB. In addition, the journal records of all subito supplier libraries in Germany and Austria as well as other German university libraries are included.
Most of the media can be ordered via online interlibrary loan or the document delivery service subito.
You can also use the GVK outside the campus network without further registration.
Research for journal articles in print journals.
The Online Contents database (OLC) covers the holdings of more than 48.8 million records of articles from over 27,900 scientific periodicals beginning with the year of publication 1993.
OLC is supplemented weekly with the tables of contents of more than 8,700 periodicals from different Libraries.
Nearly all title holdings can be ordered by Online Interlibrary Loan or document delivery service subito.
Attention! This service is only available on the campus network or with the access data for an interlibrary loan account.
In GVK and OLC you will find media which are already available in the collections of the University Library Emden/Leer.
If the graphic shown below appears, the medium is already available in the collection of the University Library of Emden/Leer. A click on the graphic opens the library catalog of the University Library Emden/Leer.
The KVK is a meta-search engine for listing several hundred million books, periodicals and other media in library and book trade catalogs worldwide. The entered search queries are forwarded to several library catalogs simultaneously and the respective hit lists are displayed.
You can also use the KVK outside the campus network without further registration.