A multi-disciplinary academic database of prestigious international periodicals (Academic Search Premier). The database comprises a total of more than 9 100 full-text periodicals and more than 13 600 periodicals with article abstracts. The topics comprise natural sciences, humanities including political science, law, communications, pedagogy, sociology, psychology, history, economy, philology, religious studies, etc.
Journal coverage is updated daily and in some cases it spans from 1887 to present.
The Communication & Mass Media Complete e-journal collection, one of the most extensive and prestigious electronic information sources in the field of communication and media, is also accessible via EBSCO. It provides access to 500 full-text periodicals and to bibliography entries and abstracts of several hundred more periodicals. Communication & Mass Media Complete gives access to the Comminication Thesaurus and to more than 5 400 authors' profiles with biographic and bibliographic data of most prestigious and most quoted authors in the relevant field.
eBook Collection forms another part of the EBSCO database. At present, the collection comprises 12 English publications that you may either read online or download (supported by Android, iOS, Mac, Windows).
Only one person may be viewing a particular eBook at a given moment.
You may borrow (i.e. download) eBooks for 1 to 7 days (according to your preferences).
Once the "loan period" expires, you may no longer read the book, it will be "returned" automatically.
You may copy a downloaded book to up to 5 other devices (the pdf file is saved in the My Digital Editions folder).
During one login session, you may print up to 60 pages of one eBook.
In order to borrow an eBook you will be required to:
- create a MyEBSCOhost account on the EBSCO site (click on "Sign In" in the upper right bar) where your "borrowed books" will be saved
- install Adobe Digital Editions
- create a free Adobe ID account
- detailed help
Remote access (access from outside of the school network through a reader account, the login and the password are the same as for the SIS)