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EBSCO Discovery Service is a search tool that provides users with access to an institution's entire collection via a single search interface.

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Integrated access to fulltext electronic magazines of consortia: Blackwell, Kluwer, Science Direct, Springer Link, Willey InterScience, EBSCO databases and databases of open access magazines. 


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Librarian application, run by Center of Information Technologies (CIT) of UVPS, that overbridges the university systems and servers of Czech and foreign providers and producers of electronic information sources.  Basic function of this application is to provide you the same comfort and offer of information sources anywhere - whether you are connected to one of our university computers, or you use your own PC or notebook (connected to the Internet), say, at home or in an internet café. To use access through ProxyServer, You only need a web browser.

For a security reasons, don´t forget to log out and close window of browser every time You finish your work!   

 citace PRO

Currently, Citace.com si regarded as a full citation software that allows you to:

  • generate your quotes according to ISO 690
  • manage your own quotes (edit , delete, sort into folders)
  • make your records available via RSS feeds
  • share your records with other users (you can set access rights)
  • export records to RTF for Word and to HTML
  • saving records from major bibliographic databases and catalogs (eg. Amazon, Library of Congress, Brittish Library, Masaryk University, etc.).
  • add your own notes , tables of contents , reviews, and also to share and take from other users

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An advanced tool for access and administration of electronic information sources, providing to its authorised users completely new possibilities for simultaneous searching in information sources from one interface. Access depends on set-up of individual rights and licence agreements. Provides easy and comfotrable access to actually licenced digital sources – electronic magazines, books, ecyclopaedias, etc.