EBSCO

EBSCO’s e-book platform (containing around 120,000 titles of e-books) through which users can select, consult and download – off-line and on mobile devices (lending modality for 7 renewable days) – e-books. 

Virtual newspaper library

This is a service that offers permanent access to electronic academic-scientific journals, most of which guarantee access to the complete articles (in pdf or html format). The current situation is the following:

  • Elsevier Science (full-text available)
  • Springer (full-text available)
  • Wiley Interscience (link to the publisher’s site)
Heinonline

Access through IP identification by the University network
Area: legal
Description: HeinOnline is the widest collection of digitalized legal documents. Its contents come from more than 1,500 sources in English, starting from the second half of the nineteenth century until the present day.

Infoleges

Access through IP identification by the University network
Area: legal
Description: system of legal databases including standards, jurisprudence and precedent. It enables looking for up to 5 documents in files containing Italian, EU and regional standards, EU and Italian jurisprudence (Council of State, Regional Administrative Court and National Audit Office), precedent (access to the DOGI database).

Journal of Citation Report (JCR)

Access through IP identification by the University network
Area: cross-disciplinary
The database of the Journal of Citation Report (JCR) provides useful instruments for assessing and comparing scientific journals in the fields of sciences, technology and social sciences, with data gathered from more than 8,400 journals among the most important and quoted publications at international level. Similarly to Web of Science, it can be consulted through the Web of Knowledge (WoK) platform.
The database is divided into two sections:

  • Science edition, which contains the data of more than 5,000 scientific, technical and medical journals.
  • Social sciences edition, which contains the data of more than 2,000 social sciences journals.
Jstor

Access through IP identification by the University network only for the following collections: Arts & Sciences II, Business, Mathematics & Statistics Collections
Area: cross-disciplinary
Description: JSTOR, abbreviation of Journal Storage, is a database of digitalized journals that is enlarged every year with new year’s issues. The journals are digitalized from the first issue. For those journals that are currently being published, the recent year’s issues are always excluded (the last 5 years on the average). The collections for which there are subscriptions are three: Arts & Sciences II, Business, Mathematics & Statistics Collections.

Kluwer Law International

Access through IP identification by the University network
Area: legal
Description: Portal to access Kluwer Law International’s publications, a collection of 21 journals covering a wide range of topics related to law studies.

Scopus

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Area: cross-disciplinary
Description: Scopus is the quotational database developed by Elsevier that indexes more than 16,500 peer-reviewed journals published by more than 4,000 publishers; 315 book collections; around 3.6 million conference papers. It contains around 37 million records.

Torrossa - EIO Journals

EIO journals database, on Casalini-Torrossa platform. Casalini Libri’s full text platform offers more than 300,000 digital texts, 17,000 e-books and 670 journals by 180 Italian, Spanish, French and Portuguese publishing firms.

NERA (New Electronic Resources Archive)

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Area: cross-disciplinary
Description: Through the NERA platform, at the address http://nera.cineca.it/vufind/, the metadata and full-texts by Elsevier (from 1995 up to the present day), Springer (from 1997 up to the present day) and Wiley-Blackwell (from 1997 up to the present day) are currently available. It is possible to make searches in the entire collection by means of a unique interface that makes use of different fields (author, title, ISSN, publisher), or by accessing lists of titles alphabetically ordered by publisher, author, title.

Web of Science

Access through IP identification by the University network
Area: cross-disciplinary
Description: Database developed by the Institute of Scientific Information (ISI) that comprises the following indexes: Science Citation Index (expanded), Social Science Citation Index, Arts and Humanities Citation Index.