Especially for: Culture studies
The different disciplines each have their own scholarly information resources. On this page, you will find various entry points for searching for scholarly information on Culture studies.
Online courses from the University Library
Searching for scholarly information/Social sciences
‘Everything's on the Internet, isn't it?’ How to select, retrieve and evaluate scholarly information. This course, developed by the UL for students of social science, is also incredibly useful for students of culture studies.
- Art & Culture
Start page with the most important catalogues, databases, electronic journals and Internet resources.
- Media, Communication & Culture Portal
ESHCC start page with the most important catalogues, databases, electronic journals and Internet resources.
Many databases offer their own manuals and online (live) instructions. These help you make the best use of the capabilities of the database. Here you will find an overview of manuals for databases in the field of culture studies.
A bibliographical database on sociology and related fields. ‘Culture and social structure’ is just one of these fields. This database contains abstracts of articles, conference papers, books and dissertations. You can find the full text of the needed article directly using 360 Link.
- Training - you can watch recorded training sessions, register for live training sessions, and download tutorials here