BW Faculty: Searching and specialized sources

This page provides assistance in learning how to research in our library, detailed information about inter-library loans, and a list of useful online databases that can be used to search for articles relevant to your degree programme.

  • Books
    Relevant resources can be found at the locations:      
    P       Law
    Q     Economics
  • Journals
    Volumes from the current year are in the periodicals shelves in the library. The shelfmarks of the periodicals are labelled on the flaps [Z + running number]. Bound volumes are in the library’s stacks and can be ordered in OPAC .
  • General information about the shelving
  • Opening hours

... to search and order use OPAC

  • Search our library’s collection, the Bavarian Library Network, other national and international catalogues, and various literature databases [see "Database Selection”]
  • More detailed information about Interlibrary lending
  • Borrowing procedures

... please note the access regulations for our licenced materials!

  • WISO Sciences: Full text database for economic and social sciences (German)
  • Juris Full text database for law (including content from Dr. Otto Schmidt-Verlag)
  • OECD iLibrary: Online publications of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
  • DATEV LEXinform: Full text database for tax law and related topics (login with VirtuOhm user ID)
  • NWB Database: Full text database for tax law and related topics
  • Scopus: interdisciplinary reference database (English)
  • SpringerLink: Full text documents from the SpringerScience publishing house
  • Statista: statistical data retrievable in excel or powerpoint formats
  • LinkedIn Learning (previously: Lynda.com): German instructional and training videos in the fields of computer science, business, lifestyle, image processing, photography, and web design

 

An overview of the entire digital collection of the library with detailed explanations is available under Electronic services.

Current training materials is available online..

 

Citation style “Müller 2012” for citavi

Due to frequent requests, we have created an example of the citation style recommended by Prof. Stefanie Müller. You can import this style into citavi and work with it.

  • However, we would like to emphasize that there is no guarantee of complete accuracy, if you use it.

    Download for citavi 6 (updated on 5 June 2019)

    Download for citavi 5 (updated on 9 May 2018)

  • Instructions for adding the style to Citavi
  • To use this style in citavi, click on the download button.

    You will receive a zip file that you must unpack.

    After unpacking, a file named “Mueller–2012.ccs” will appear. Move this file to the folder: Benutzer/Eigene Dokumente/Citavi 6/Custom Citation Styles.

    After this step, you can use the style in citavi. 

Citation style “Müller 2012” for Zotero

Due to frequent requests, we have created an example in Zotero of the citation style recommended by Prof. Stefanie Müller. You can import this style into Zotero and work with it. 

  • However, we would like to emphasize that there is no guarantee of complete accuracy, if you use it.

    Zotero download (updated on 17 August 2021)

  • Instructions for adding the style to Zotero

    To use this style in Zotero, click on the download button.

    You will receive a zip file that you must unpack. After unpacking, a file named “Mueller_2012_Zotero.csl” will appear.

    This file must then be added to Zotero. In Zotero, click on ‘Bearbeiten --> Einstellungen --> Zitieren’ and add the style using the plus.

    After this step, you can use the style in Zotero.

    International Business and Technology

    • Books
      Relevant resources can be found at the locations:
      Q Economics
      SA-SP Mathematics
      SQ-SU Computer Science
      U Physics
      ZG-ZS Engineering/Technology
    • Journals
      Volumes from the current year are in the periodicals shelves in the library. The shelfmarks of the periodicals are labelled on the flaps [Z + running number]. Bound volumes are in the library’s stacks and can be ordered in OPAC .
    • General information about the shelving
    • Opening hours

    Use our OPAC

    • Search our library’s collection, the Bavarian Library Network, other national and international catalogues, and various literature databases (see "Database Selection")
    • More detailed information about Interlibrary lending
    • Borrowing procedures

    ... please note the Access regulations for our licenced materials!

    • WISO Sciences: Full text database for economic and social sciences (German)

    • Juris Full text database for law (including content from Dr. Otto Schmidt-Verlag)

    • OECD iLibrary: Online publications of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)

    • Scopus: interdisciplinary reference database (English)

    • Statista: statistical data retrievable in excel or powerpoint formats

    • LinkedIn Learning (previously: Lynda.com): German instructional and training videos in the fields of computer science, business, lifestyle, image processing, photography, and web design

    • Standards and patents

     

    An overview of the entire digital collection of the library with detailed explanations is available under Electronic services.

    Any questions?

    You can reach our hotline at: 0911/5880-4000

    or by email at bibliothek(at)th-nuernberg(dot)de

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