Freely accessible publishing and database sources during the Corona crisis at:
Please note that these are temporary offers. You can find out the periods of activation when you select a database under the heading "Notes".
Offers activated for the campus:
In order to be able to use beck-online completely, a free registration is required. Open the page beck-online.beck.de. Click on "Register for free". If you have already set up personal access via your university, you can log in directly with your username and password. Please ensure that you enter a valid e-mail address for your university to which you have access. It is now possible to use beck-online outside of the campus in the IP area of the UdS (via VPN).
Ebsco currently offers webinars on various databases, especially in the fields of business, medicine, psychology, but also music and art studies. The courses are free. You only have to register with your email address.
Cambridge University Press
CUP mainly offers for teachers, but also for student teachers for different grades, audio and video content.
Limited until: 90 days after registration
Online tools for digital teaching
The platforms listed below provide you with subject-specific tools and resources that are intended to support you in digital teaching and research.
FID General and Comparative Literature Studies
Mediaevum (for ancient German research)
Digital text analysis
FID Eastern, Central Eastern and Southeastern Europe
Online tutorials on library research, research data management and the research portal
FID Musicology: Musiconn
General information on digital teaching and some free tutorials below.
FID Art Photography Design: Arthistoricum
Handout for digital teaching