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Databases / Database-Infosystem (DBIS)

A large number of databases freely accessible in the internet as well as licensed electronic library resources and CD-ROM databases can be found in DBIS and are available for your use.

Delivery Address

University Library of Kaiserslautern, Paul-Ehrlich-Straße, 67663 Kaiserslautern

Dictionaries

Digi-Information

Use Digi-Information for enquiries pertaining to our library services and the use of the library as well as for any factual questions you may have. The library staff will respond to your enquiry within 24 hours, Mon.-Fri. via e-mail. Factual questions concerning a specific topic can be forwarded to other libraries upon request.

Digital Library North Rhine-Westphalia (DigiBib)

The Digital Library North Rhine-Westphalia provides you with access to publications (such as monographs, journals, periodicals and articles) in print and electronic form in selected library catalogues and databases

Use your "Chipkarte" number as your personal login. Enquire about your personal password at all Campus Libraries.

DIN Standards Collection

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Direct Electronic Access

Disability Services

The library offers modified borrowing privileges to students with disabilities. Students who need accommodations or research assistance may contact the Central Information (Central Library, Bldg. 32, Tel.: 0631/205-3856, E-mail: info[at]ub.uni-kl.de) for assistance.

Dissertations

The Central Library's dissertation collection is located in the closed stacks and available for loan at the Circulation Desk.
Please note:
Especially older dissertations are catalogued only in the dissertation card catalogue located in the Central Library. More recent dissertations are catalogued in OPAC. Some dissertations are published in electronic form in the internet. These full text dissertations can be found and accessed in KLUEDO.

All dissertations approved by the Technical University must be submitted to the Central Library, Bldg. 32, Room 322, between 8 am –12 pm. The number of copies required for submission is stipulated in the Graduate School’s doctoral dissertation guidelines. Dissertations which are being published in electronic form, must be reported to KLUEDO.

Document Server

Scientific documents written by faculty members of the Technical University are available in electronic form in KLUEDO.

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