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Digital library

dLib

The Digital Library of Slovenia – dLib.si provides access to a wide range of digital contents in fields of science, art and culture. As an online source of information, it constitutes an essential component of the modern educational and scientific research process, and is one of the cornerstones of the information society development. Moreover, it ensures preservation of the Slovenian written cultural heritage in digital form, thus digital contents of the past and present will be accessible to future generations.

dLib


Kamra

Regional portal Kamra accumulates digitised local cultural content from libraries and other local cultural institutions. Digital content is thus available through one single place and created by the most competent organisations in their respective fields. Kamra provides them with free infrastructure and also trains new partners, so they can present digitised content of mostly local significance and publish it on the internet.

The content stored on Kamra is presented in the form of stories with supporting narrations, corresponding digitalised objects and metadata. Kamra allows users to discover stories that are significant, interesting and in local community’s interest. Users can now access content that was previously hidden in library storage rooms, archives and museums, associations’ archives or even in the drawers of school staff rooms.

The content on Kamra is also available through the European digital library, Europeana.

Kamra


Europeana

Europeana works with thousands of European archives, libraries and museums to share cultural heritage for enjoyment, education and research. Europeana Collections provides access to over 50 million digitised items: books, music, artworks and more, with sophisticated search and filter tools to help you find what you’re looking for.

Europeana


Biblos

BIBLOS is the first Slovenian eLibrary and eBookshop with e-books. Slovenian public libraries, which are included in the Biblos system, enable their members to borrow e-books from the Slovenian e-book publishers.

Biblos


PressReader

The Library Press Display collection releases over 3,000 national, regional and local newspapers and magazines from Europe, Asia, Australia, Latin, and Anglo-America. Altogether, more than 100 countries and more than 60 languages.

PressReader


Gorenjci.si

Gorenjci.si is an online reciprocal biographical lexicon of well-known inhabitants of the Gorenjska region. It includes information about personalities born in Gorenjska, who lived and studied here, and, above all, their work was marked by the development of the landscape in the history and the present: writers, poets, literary and art historians and critics, journalists, painters, musicians, architects, priests, scientists, researchers, professors, economists, politicians, athletes, etc.

The website is managed by the Kranj City Library in collaboration with other libraries in Gorenjska, museums, schools and other institutions which also add the contents.

Gorenjci.si


EBSCOhost

Through the use of computers, library users can access up to 5,000 full-text newspapers in the business, humanities, and social sciences fields, as well as full texts of popular magazines and the most important foreign newspapers. The service brings fresh business information from all over the world on daily basis. In addition to the extensive collection of medical scientific articles, it also provides health reference information intended for the general public.

The following full-text databases are available: Business Source Premier, MasterFILE Premier, Newspaper Source, Regional Business News, Health Source: Nursing / Academic Edition, MEDLINE, ERIC (Education Resource Information Center), Health Source: Consumer Edition, Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts (LISTA), GreenFILE

The EIFL Direct (Electronic Information for Libraries Direct) project, the Information Consortium for Libraries. The latter is a joint project of the Open Society Foundations of the Open Society Institute, EBSCO Publishing and libraries of 39 countries.

EBSCO