Click here to find electronic reading lists available in your subject area.
The Library subscribes to over 200 networked databases. Follow this link to see the full alphabetical list.
Welcome to your Subject Guide for German. It offers some basic guidance on how to find and use the Library's resources in this subject area. Please note that this is only a little of what is available. You are welcome to contact me for more detailed help in finding information for your assignments, dissertations and research projects.
The Library's electronic databases contain thousands of journal articles, books, book chapters, theses and newspapers which may be of use to you in your studies. Students and staff have free, direct access to these databases from anywhere in the University, though you will need your University username and password if you wish to connect to them from off-campus.
Material in the Library's databases has been quality assured before publication. As the articles they obtain are "peer-reviewed" by specialists in the relevant field, these databases provide you with accurate, reliable sources of information in a way that more random, unstructured searching of the internet cannot.
Most databases permit searching by keyword, author and title, and in many cases the full text of the article you want will be directly available via a link on the screen. When this is not possible, expecially when a journal exists in print only, you will have to check the Library Catalogue, SAULCAT, to see if we have it in stock.
Search in SEEKER to retrieve details of relevant print and online resources quickly and easily.
Direct access from on-campus, but please login with your University username and password from off-campus.
Find SEEKER in the main search box on the Library's homepage.