Bibliographic Databases of NKUA - Trial Access


On this page, one can find the bibliographic databases (if any) to which the NKUA has trial access for a limited period of time (an updated list or trials can be found here).

  

Trial access to the eHRAF World Cultures database

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Trial access has been activated for the "eHRAF World Cultures" database, through  March 5th 2023.

Human Relations Area Files (eHRAF) World Cultures is an online cross-cultural and ethnographic database that contains descriptive information on all aspects of cultural and social life. The annually-growing eHRAF database is organized by cultures and ethnic groups, and every document is subject-indexed at the paragraph level, facilitating precise retrieval within documents. its subhect areas include social sciences (emphasis on anthropology and archaeology, psychology, sociology, and history), liberal arts, humanities, ethnomedicine.

More information can be found at the following the URL: https://hraf.yale.edu/resources/library-information/ehraf-world-cultures-library-info/


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Coronavirus Research Database

The Coronavirus Research Database by ProQuest, provides coverage of the COVID-19 outbreak by curating openly available content related to coronaviruses. It includes thousands of open-access articles from the world’s leading publishers as well as current research from pre-print repositories such as arXiv and will continue to grow and evolve as more is learned about the pandemic.

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Alternatively, you can search the database by using the federal search service on all ProQuest databases we are currently having an active subscription: https://search.proquest.com

  

Access to additional collections of JSTOR journals, primary sources and ebooks

 

 

 

JSTOR, in the context of actively supporting distance education activities due to the COVID-19 pandemic, offers its subscribers access to additional content (in excess of existing active subscriptions), in the following manner:

 

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List of trials

The databases that we already have had trial access to, are the following:

eHRAF World Cultures (5/1-5/3/2023), ProQuest Global Newsstream  (27/10/2022-11/12/2022), ProQuest One Business and ProQuest Social Science Premium Collection (30/9/2022-29/11/2022 - extended through 30/12//2022), Nineteenth Century Literary Society: The John Murray Publishing Archive (1-29/6/2022), Statista (14/1-15/2/2022),  RetroNews (5/10-5/11/2021), Med Journal by Cell Press (20/9 - 31/12/2021), Legal Source, Criminal Justice Abstracts with Full Text and Political Science Complete (10/5-8/6/2021), Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry (15/4-1/5/2021), Atla Religion Database with AtlaSerials (12/4-11/5-2021), Statista (25/3-24/4/2021), GeoRef and GeoScienceWorld Journal Collection (13/1-28/2/2020), Academic Video Online by Alexander Street of ProQuest (23/11-31/12/2020), Academic Search Ultimate (ASU) from EBSCO (5/11-31/12/2020), De Gruyter eJournal collection (5/10-30/12/2020), Artstor Didital Library (1/8-31/12/2020 - extended until 30/6/2021), Additional collections of JSTOR journals, primary sources and ebooks (1/6-31/8/2020 - extended until 30/6/2021), The New York Times and New York Times in Education (27/5 - 31/7/2020), De Gruyter eBook collection (25/5-30/6/2020 - extended until 31/7/2020), MedOne Plastic Surgery by Thieme Publishers (25/5-31/7/2020), Translated Texts for Historians E-Library by Liverpool University Press (22/5-22/7/2020), AccessMedicine from McGraw-Hill Medical (19/5-18/7/2020), Gale Reference Complete (20/5-31/7/2020 .. extended through 30/9/2020), SPIE Digital Library (19/5-17/7/2020), Oxford Reports on International Law/Oxford Scholarship Online/Oxford Handbooks Online by Oxford University Press (15/5-14/7/2020), Psychiatry Online (POL) from the American Psychiatric Association (APA) Publishing (13/5-7/7/2020), AccessSurgery from McGraw-Hill Medical (10/5-9/7/2020), Complete Chicago Package by The University of Chicago Press (4/5-6/7/2020), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA (4/5-5/7/2020), 3 Dentistry Journals by Elsevier  (4/5-4/6/2020), Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment ONLINE (29/4-28/6/2020), GeoScienceWorld eBooks (28/4-30/6/2020), Embase (28/4-26/5/2020), Camridge Core collections (23/4-31/5/2020), Duke University Press mathematical journals via Project Euclid (22/4/-2-/7/2020), Duke University Press eBooks/eJournals (22/4 - 20/7/2020), MIT Press Direct eBooks (22/4-31/5/2020), Berghahn Journals (21/4-30/6/2020), SAGE Video/Research Methods Video/Knowledge (15/4/15/7/2020), Bloomsbery Digital Resources (21/4-31/5/2020), The Literary Encylcopedia (14/4-30/6/2020), IΕΕΕ elearning (μέσω ΣΕΑΒ/HEAL-Link 2/4-30/6/2020), ProQuest One Academic, ProQuest One Literature, Music and Dance Online Alexander Street (31/3-30/6/2020), Loeb Classical Library  (23/3-30/6/2020), JoVe Education (20/3-15/6/2020), Statista (1-31/3/2020), BrowZine by Third Iron (22/1 - 20/2/2020 - extended untill 31/12/2020), Reaxys and Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry by Elsevier (2/12/2019 - 31/5/2020), ProQuest One Academic and ProQuest Research Companion by ProQuest ( 1/11 - 31/12/2019), All Prepols Publishers Dataases (21/10 - 19/11/2019), International Journal of Sports Medicine by Thieme Publisher (9/9 - 31/12/2019) GeoScienceWorld (7-31 / 5/2019), JoVE-Journal of Visualized Experiments (22/3 - 25/4/2019), all magazines of Bentham Science Publishers (18/3 - 18/6/2019), zbMAth by Springer Nature (18/2 - 18/4/2019), ProQuest Art and Architecture Archive and Art, Design & Architecture Collection (26/11 - 26/12/2018), AVON-Academic Video Online (09 / 11 - 21/12/2018), ProQuest Central (10/11 - 15/12 2018), 6 additional e-book collections by Springer Publisher (via HEAL-Link until 12/9 - 30/11/2018), MLA International Bibliography (via EBSCOhost, 7/2 - 10/3/2018), OECD iLibrary (via HEAL- Link, 23/1 - 30/6/2018), ProQuest's Criminology Collection (25/1 - 24/2/2018), Brill's Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum Collection (15/1 - 13/2/2018), The collections of "Women and Social Movements in Modern Empires since 1820", "Women and Social Movements, International" and "AVON-Academic Video Online" by Alexander Street (14/12 / 2017-26 / 1/2018), All journals (2016 and 2017 issues) by Future Science Group (7/3 - 31/12 2017), The Brill Dictionary of Ancient Greek by Brill (21/2 - 22/3 2017), Climate Change and Law Collection Brill House (18/1 - 16/2 2017), Bentham Science Journals (16/1/15 2017), International Maritime Boundaries Brill House Online (23/11 - 22/12 2016), Brill House United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (23/11 - 22/12 2016), ProQuest eBook Central (20/10 - 31/12) 2016), South Asia Archive (20 / 5-20 / 6 2016), Reaxys & Reaxys Medical Chemistry (15 / 4-15 / 5 2016), All IGI GLobal Home bases (6 / 4-6 / 5 2016) , All the Databases of Brill Publishers (20 /1-28 / 2 2016).