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electronic journal

Journal of various science research, published by Klaipėda University

 
database

The Digitised Manuscripts site contains many different kinds of manuscripts, archives and documents. 

 
collection of electronic books

Open access textbooks covering a wide variety of topics.

 
open access repository

This collection contains The Cranfield Collection of E-Research – CERES, a digital repository of the research conducted at Cranfield University. Materials include journal articles, theses and dissertations, book chapters, working papers, and technical reports. Subjects covered include Engineering, Library Science, Management, Health, the Applied Sciences, and more.

 
collection of open access journals

International list of scholarly Open Access journals and books.

 
electronic journal

Journal of Lithuanian and Central/East European literatures from the twentieth century to the present day, published by Institute of Lithuanian Literature and Folklore

 
open access repository

Access to almost 200 000 full-text research theses from more than 300 Universities sourced from different European countries

 
database

Periodical articles in Lithuanian press from 2003

 
open access repository

DataCite support researchers by helping them to find, identify, and cite research datasets. It assigns persistent identifiers to citable datasets. All DataCite DOIs resolve to a public landing page that contains information about the associated dataset and a direct link to the dataset itself. A wide range of organizations contribute records to the DataCite Metadata Store.

 
database

This collection offers freely accessible books from the Dutch-speaking region from the period 1781-1800 and consists primarily of historical, political, theological and literary works.