Databases

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The largest electronic library of scientific publications in Russia. The library is integrated with the Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI). By creating a free account and logging in, you can get access to many full-texts. eLIBRARY contains abstracts or full-texts for more than 29 million scientific articles from over 5600 scientific or technical journals. 
 

This database contains articles, from newspapers, magazines and journals, serial publications and anthologies and collections from the 1990s on allowing the full-text to be accessed in free digital archives and Web publications.

Digital resources on the Estonian language (dictionaries, text and speech corpora, linguistic databases) and language technology tools (software).

The databases of EKI (The Institute of the Estonian Language) contain various resources of Estonian language (dictionaries and linguistic databases).

ISIK (database of pseudonyms); GRAFO (digital library where more than 400 publications (mainly calendars) can be found in the format of picture files); KIVIKE (general digital repository of Estonian Literary Museum, therefore it also contains manuscripts, photos, audio files and other documents on Estonian cultural history and folklore); AL (Electronic catalogue of memorial collections) etc. 

DataDoi is the UT repository for long-term safe preservation of research data. Uploading research data is free of charge for the UT members. The research data repository enables the preservation, sharing, reusing and citing of research data, making the research conducted at the UT more visible in the world.

Dentistry & Oral Science Source covers all facets relating to the areas of dentistry. The database is updated weekly on EBSCOhost.

The National Library of Estonia’s digital archive DIGAR stores online publications, print files and digitised copies of publications. DIGAR contains books, newspapers, journals and magazines, maps, sheet music, photos and postcards. Archived publications can be searched via the e-catalogue ESTER and bibliographic databases created by the National Library of Estonia.

 

The aim of DIGAR’s collection of Estonian articles is to provide a unite web portal for all digitally created or digitised newspapers, journals and other serials that are published abroad in Estonian or here in Estonia and make them accessible.

 

Archive contains:

  • full texts of doctoral theses since 2009
  • full texts of master and bachelor theses since 2014
  • summaries of master and bachelor theses defensed in 2012-2013
  • learning materials

The aim of the Digital Collection of the TalTech Library is to provide web-based access to the dissertations and graduation theses of TalTech and to the digitized textbooks and publications about TalTech history.

The Centre of Excellence in Estonian Studies (CEES) is supported by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund in the years 2016–2023. The centre assembles 15 research groups with more than 60 researchers with a doctoral degree and more than 50 post-graduate students from the Estonian Literary Museum, the University of Tartu (from the sphere of the humanities and arts as well as natural and exact sciences), the Institute of the Estonian Language, Tallinn University, the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, and the Institute of Cybernetics at the Tallinn University of Technology. 

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