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From January 2017 the Library PressDisplay database will be available on a new platform PressReader. PressReader introduces new user interface, content and availability remain the same.

 

American Chemical Society

Anopress

ASEP – records of the publication activity of the AS CR

ASPI – Automated legal information system

Bibliography of Foreign-language Printed Bohemica 1501–1800 (BFPB)

Biological Abstracts Archive

BioMed Central

BioOne

Britannica ImageQuest

Central European Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities

Czechoslovak Military Parachutists 1941–1945

Digital Humanities

Ebook Central

Ebsco

Ebsco eBooks

Emerald

Encyclopaedia Britannica

ISSN

Journal Citation Reports (JCR)

JSTOR

Manuscriptorium

NATO Science for Peace and Security – A, B, C

NATO Science for Peace and Security – D, E

Nature

Oxford Reference Online (ORO)

PressReader

ProQuest

SAGE Psychology Collection

SAGE Urban Studies & Planning

ScienceDirect

Scopus

Space 40 (great encyclopaedia of satellites and cosmic probes)

SpringerLink

The Digital Library of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

Web of Science

Wiley Online Library