SULB services during the CORONA pandemic
Freely accessible publishing and database sources during the Corona crisis
In a joint action, libraries put these resources together for you:
This list will be updated regularly!
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 unlocked for the Campus
Tables of contents and full texts of legal journals published by Beck-Verlag, Munich.
In order to use beck-online fully, a registration is required. It is free of charge. Please open the page
https://beck-online.beck.de/. Click on "Register free of charge". If you have already created a personal account via your university, you can log in directly with your user name and password. Please make sure that you enter a valid e-mail address of your university to which you have access. From now on it is also possible to use beck-online off campus in the IP area of the UdS (via VPN).
Ebsco currently offers webinars on various databases, mainly in the fields of economics, medicine, psychology, but also music and art studies. The courses are free of charge. You only have to register with your email address.
Cambridge University Press
CUP offers audio and video content for teachers*, but also for student teachers for different grades.
Limited until: 90 days after registration
Online tools for digital teaching
The platforms listed below provide you with subject-specific tools and resources to support you in digital teaching and research.
FID General and comparative literatur
FID German Studies
Mediaevum (for ancient Germanic research)
Digital text analysis
FID Romance Studies
FID Eastern, Eastern Central and South-Eastern Europe
Online tutorials on library research, research data management and the research portal
FID Musicology: Musiconn
General information about digital teaching and below some free tutorials.
FID Art Photography Design: Arthistoricum
Handbook on digital teaching
FID Historical Studies: Historicum