Tunisian Technical and Scientific Information Portal . This digital library is collecting Tunisian academic research and scientific output in order to increase its visibility, accessibility and impact .
A.U.Th library and Information Center have introduced 'Psifiothiki' in 2003 and since then holds more than 125,000 records, offering access to rare library books and collections, archival material, grey literature and institutional publications.
Caltech is a world-renowned science and engineering Institute that marshals some of the world's brightest minds and most innovative tools to address fundamental scientific questions and pressing societal challenges.
The DESY Publication database (pubdb) contains references for scientific publications as well as open access to many of the corresponding full texts. DESY is one of the world’s leading accelerator centres. Researchers from around the world use the large-scale facilities at DESY to explore the microcosm in all its variety – from the interactions of tiny elementary particles and the behaviour of new types of nanomaterials to biomolecular processes that are essential to life. DESY library operates pubdb as member of the join² community.
The Swiss Document Server in Education aims at collecting and providing electronic documents in the fields of education policy, educational administration, educational planning and educational research and development in Switzerland.
The scientific information portal of the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). The repository's goal is twofold: (i) to provide a common catalog for the fifty libraries of EPFL; (ii) to be the institutional memory of the scientific production, in terms of research publications and reports, teaching material, and student projects.
The GSI Institutional Repository is the portal to the references of the scientific publications and to the open access full texts of the GSI scientists. GSI operates a unique large-scale accelerator for heavy ions. Researchers from around the world use this facility for experiments. GSI library operates the repository as member of the join² community.
The Durham High Energy Physics Database (HEPData) has been built up over the past four decades as a unique open-access repository for scattering data from experimental particle physics. It currently comprises the data points from plots and tables related to several thousand publications including those from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC).
The Himalayan Document Centre (HIMALDOC) of the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) aims to provide resources focused on sustainable mountain development (SMD) issues in various electronic formats. The resources are of several types, and include books, articles, periodicals, theses, multimedia products, and other reference materials include ICIMOD publications.
IFMuC is a new scientific and technical service created to promote and raise awareness of the information contained in the databases of catalogues describing the musical archives of Catalonia that the Chair of Musical Heritage in the Department of Art and Musicology at the UAB has been producing since 2001.
The institutional repository of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies contains research produced by its members, including books, book chapters, journal articles, working papers, theses and more.
The document server of the International Linear Collider. Planning and designing the proposed electron-positron collider will require global participation and global organization. ILCDoc serves as a central repository for project documents and information shared among the hundreds of collaborators, scientists and engineers, at university and laboratories around the world.
The ITU library collections include all ITU publications and documents: journals and newsletters, brochures and booklets, council and conference documents, recommendations, reports, workshop and seminar reports, news bulletins and notifications, manuals, handbooks and directories, etc. Please note that most of these publications are not yet included in this online catalogue.
Jülich Shared Electronic Resources (JuSER) lists scientific publications by employees of Forschungszentrum Jülich and provides open access to a many of these publications. Forschungszentrum Jülich is one of Europe's largest interdisciplinary research centres, with special expertise in physics, materials science, nanotechnology, and information technology. The Central library of Forschungszentrum Jülich operates JuSER member of the join² community.
The Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum (MLZ) is a leading centre for cutting-edge research with neutrons and positrons. MLZ PUblications library SystEm lists scientific publications based on experiments at MLZ and also publications based on other scientific work related to the MLZ or the FRM II. The iMPULSE publications system is organized into a publications database, open-access documents and institute collections. MLZ operates iMPULSE as a partner of the join² community.
The "Museum Zitadelle Jülich" has a specialized library - jointly with the "Jülicher Geschichtsverein 1923 e.V." - which is at the same time the seat of the archive of the "Deutschen Gesellschaft für Festungsforschung e.V.". The library currently conteins about 20,000 volumes and is further expanded by buying, exchange and donations.
The special collections at the NTNU University library originate from the library of The Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters, which was established in 1768. Through almost 250 years, the library has built a collection of regional, national and international importance through donations and purchases.
This digital repository is a part of the National Repository of Grey Literature (NRGL).
NRGL provides central access to information on grey literature produced in the Czech Republic in the fields of science, research and education.
Open Access Repository is an initiative supported by the DCH-RP (Digital Cultural Heritage - Roadmap for Preservation) project as it can fulfil the needs of cultural institutions that want to preserve their data and make them accessible in an Open Access way by means of a digital repository that is compliant with OpenAIRE guidelines.
Digital library of RERO, the library Network of Western Switzerland. Created to promote, preserve and provide public access to the grey literature (e-theses, dissertations, e-prints) of institutions participating in the project, as well as to the digitalized collections of RERO libraries.
Part of RomDoc Project, funded by Swiss National Science Foundation, in the frame of the international cooperation programme SCOPES 2005-2008 (Scientific Co-operation between Eastern Europe and Switzerland). The aim of the project is to implement a publication platform for scientists in Romania for recording and long-term storage of selected digital born and scanned scientific material.
'RWTH Publications' is a central database that documents RWTH Aachen University's scientific performance. It offers all RWTH affiliates the organizational and technical means to electronically publish scientific results and documents any published material. In addition, the database offers to host internal institute documents and data collections (institute collection). RWTH Aachen University is the largest technical university in Germany and one of nine 'German Universities of Excellence' (elite university). The University library Aachen operates RWTH Publications as a member of the join² community.
TRACES: the bibliographical data base on Catalan language and literature. TRACES project born on 1987 by the Grup d'Estudis de Literatura Catalana Contemporània (GELCC) from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
Dipòsit Digital de Documents (DDD) is the project to handle all digital content at UAB libraries in a single platform, so it can be found with a single search, but structured in smaller collections. Growth is constant, but basically we have five types of collections: UAB digital publications, bibliographic databases, personal archives, course materials, and digitised material, either in-house or commercial.
The United Nations Office at Vienna (UNOV) was established on 1 January 1980 as the third United Nations Headquarters after New York and Geneva (and before Nairobi). It performs representation and liaison functions with permanent missions to the United Nations (Vienna), the host Government and intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations in Vienna.
For almost four centuries the Bollandists have been at the forefront of hagiographic research. The Museum Bollandianum provides access to books (including the rare books collection), journals and articles of interest in that field.