AKJournals from the Akademiai Kiado publisher. The Akademiai Kiado collection of journals (former part of ALPSP Learned Journal Collection) includes 35 titles in different domains, such as humanities, sciences, social sciences.  

Cambridge Core is the principal academic platform from Cambridge University Press. It replaces and combines content from Cambridge Journals Online, Cambridge Books Online, Cambridge Histories Online, Cambridge Companions Online, and Shakespeare Survey Online.

The current subscription includes more than 400 journals in a variety of subjects, e.g. Anthropology, Biology, Education, Law, etc. 

French legal bibliographic database. 

Faculty of Law subscription. Access is possible only at the Library of Law.

The Digital Legal Library provides access to the full text of hundreds of thousands of pages of legal books and 15 journals. 

This is a Faculty of Law subscription. Access is possible only at the Library of Law.

The eBook Collection (EBSCOhost) contains the same titles (more than 1600) as former NetLibrary Collection and replaces NetLibrary.

eJournal Portal 360 Link includes an A-to-Z Title List, title searching and subject browsing of AUTh Library's subscriptions (e-Journals, e-Books and bibliographic databases).

The Bar Association of Thessaloniki has now its own law database which is accessible via internet. The database provides all the issues of the law magazine "Armenopoulos", which have been published in printed version from 1995 until today.

The e- law database application provides the opportunity to search in-depth legal information concerning essays, jurisprudence, special issues, and legal reviews which were or are published in the printed version of the magazine via the official website of the Bar Association of Thessaloniki.

Access to the eLaw database is kindly sponsored by the Bar Association of Thessaloniki to the Faculty of Law of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. It can only be accessed in the Library of Law premises.

Essential Science Indicators is a unique compilation of performance statistics and trends extrapolated from counts of articles published in scholarly journals and the citations to those articles.