Collections


Trikoglou Ioannis Collection

The Ioannis (Giagkos) Trikoglou bequest was accepted by the Aristotle University in 1963. The collection has been catalogued and partly digitised.

The collection comprises 14,0012 books, 3500 art works (etchings, paintings, photographs, etc.), documents and pamphlets, as well his personal archive.

 


Ulrichsweb is an easy to search source of detailed information on more than 300,000 periodicals (also called serials) of all types: academic and scholarly journals, e-journals, peer-reviewed titles, popular magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and more.

Ulrichsweb covers more than 900 subject areas. Ulrich's records provide data points such as ISSN, publisher, language, subject, abstracting & indexing coverage, full-text database coverage, tables of contents, and reviews written by librarians.


Interdisciplinary bibliographic database that is used for research discovery and analytics. The Web of ScienceTM Core Collection (1900-present) includes the following databases: 

  • Science Citation Index Expanded (1900-present)
  • Social Sciences Citation Index (1900-present)
  • Arts & Humanities Citation Index (1975-present)
  • Conference Proceedings Citation Index- Science (1990-present)
  • Conference Proceedings Citation Index- Social Science & Humanities (1990-present)

Thtough the Web of Science search environment the following databases may also be accessed:

  • KCI-Korean Journal Database (1980-present)
  • SciELO Citation Index (1997-present)
  • Zoological Record® (1894-present)

Westlaw International is a global legal research library built on some of the world’s best legal, news, and business information.

This is an Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Faculty of Law subcription. Access is enabled only for IPs in the Faculty of Law building. 



The Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies has its roots in New Haven, Connecticut but its collection now spans the Americas, Europe, and Israel. For more than three decades its mission has stayed the same: to record and project the stories of those who were there.

In 1979, a grassroots organization, the Holocaust Survivors Film Project, began videotaping Holocaust survivors and witnesses in New Haven, Connecticut. In 1981, the original collection of testimonies was donated to Yale University. The Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies, part of the Yale University Library, opened its doors to the public the following year

The Fortunoff Archive currently holds more than 4,400 testimonies, which are comprised of over 12,000 recorded hours of videotape. 

You need to register before start searching the archive. Please consult with the search and register guidelines presented in the following webpage: Yale Fortunoff Video Archive - Search the Archive  
 


Zoological Record is the world's oldest continuing database of animal biology. It is considered the world's leading taxonomic reference, and with coverage back to 1864, has long acted as the world's unofficial register of animal names. The broad scope of coverage ranges from biodiversity and the environment to taxonomy and veterinary sciences.

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