- By Classification
Since 1992, the open access holdings (with the exception of journals and theses) of the university library have been indexed according to the decimal classification (DK).
An overview of the available DK classes can be found directly below: http://www.udcsummary.info/php/index.php?lang=en&pr=Y
- By keywords
This is usually the vocabulary of the Common Standards File, which is the basis for the linked data in libraries.
You can search for keywords in the OGND.
- By headword
When searching for terms in the "Free search" input field, all indexed data entered to describe a medium in the catalogue are taken into account. Since the title or subtitle of scientific literature precisely describes the content of a medium, relevant hits are to be expected when searching with a keyword.
- In e-books
All available titles can be searched via the OPAC library catalogue.
Our e-book portal: ProQuest Ebook Central
- In databases
Via the Database Information System (DBIS) you can find subject databases licensed by the library or freely accessible on the Internet.
- In electronic journals
The Electronic Journals Library (EZB) provides access to electronic journals licensed by the library or freely accessible on the Internet.