Data Bases

  • The database provides access to electronic journals in the field of, among others business, economics, computer science, medicine, agriculture, management and the humanities, social sciences, science and technology.

    EBSCO provides access to databases offered under the EIFL Direct project. They contain full texts of articles, as well as abstracts and indexes from several thousand journal titles. They cover three main sub-databases: EBSCOhost Web.

  • ScienceDirect database includes journals mainly in the field of technical sciences, chemistry, physics and mathematics as well as life and medical.

    It provides access to full-text journals from Elsevier Science, Academic Press, and Harcourt Health Science. It contains articles in fields such as mathematics, physics, astronomy, chemistry and chemical engineering, computer science, technology, energy, technology, environmental protection, materials science, social sciences, biological sciences, agriculture, and clinical medicine.

  • Scientific communication portal created by the Interdisciplinary Center for Mathematical and Computational Modeling of the University of Warsaw.

    The website offers magazines and books of publishers: Elsevier, Springer and Wiley purchased under the national license, as well as their archival issues as well as open Polish resources.

  • A multi-domain database containing electronic journals from Springer and Kluwer Academic Publishers.

    As part of the Consortium of Polish Scientific Libraries, SGGW obtained on-line access to full-text articles from about 450 journal titles published by Springer Verlag.

  • It contains articles from international journals, arranged in the form of general and specialist databases

    We have access to the following ProQuest databases:

    • ABI/INFORM Trade & Industry
    • Career and technical Education
    • ProQuest Agriculture Journal
    • ProQuest Applied Science/Tech
    • ProQuest Computing
    • ProQuest Education Journals
    • ProQuest General Science
    • ProQuest Social Science
    • ProQuest Telecommunications
  • Database of full-text journals published by Taylor & Francis Group. Warsaw University of Life Sciences have access to the Science and Technology (S&T) collection, which includes 524 titles in field of engineering science, computer science, chemistry, mathematics, physics, environmental engineering and others. Access during the license period includes current journals and archives since 1997.

  • The multi-domain database was created from the merger of Blackwell Synergy with the database of the Wiley publishing house

    The database offers access to science, humanities, and social sciences journals, e.g. agriculture, business, economics, finance and accounting, IT, earth and environmental sciences, cultural studies, philosophy, literature and linguistics, history, religious studies and theology, law, education, political science, psychology and sociology, mathematics and statistics, medical sciences, chemistry, physics and astronomy, technical sciences, biological sciences, veterinary medicine. Chronological range: archives from 1997 available on the publisher’s server Wiley Online Library.

  • This database provides access to the full texts of about 400 scientific journal titles (the number of titles is systematically increasing) from many academic disciplines.

    The database contains all the issues of a given title – from the first one, but without the current issues. The so-called moving wall – the time interval between the latest published number and the last one available in JSTOR is from 3 to 5 years. Magazines are grouped into collections.
    The following collections are available for SGGW in Warsaw:

  • Service containing economic, financial, political and macroeconomic news, news from companies, information about tenders, reports and analyzes of companies, information from stock markets.

    Each user who wants to download data will be required to create an individual user profile. Creating a profile will involve providing data along with an e-mail address from the university’s domain. If students do not have university addresses, students may enter other e-mail addresses. E-mail addresses from such domains as: @gmail, @yahoo will not be accepted by the system.
    The new rules of using the database result from the new security rules as well as the terms of cooperation imposed by the EMIS database suppliers.
    The new login rules should help you manage access to the university database in a more effective way. The introduced change also opens the possibility of personalizing access through the active Dashboard and Email Alert options.
    Changes in downloading data from the EMIS database are aimed at developing the functionality of the website and ensuring a high level of system security and the offered EMIS services.
    You can read the procedure for creating a profile here.

  • The national Nature license allows readers the access to the current year and 4 archival years (i.e. in 2013, access to 2009-2013, etc.), and from 2010, the annuals will be archived on the national server. Archival issues are available in EBSCO and PrQuest databases.

  • The National Science license allows access to the current yearbook and archives since 1997. Archival issues are available in EBSCO and PrQuest databases.

  • The Web of Science platform includes various databases produced by Clarivate, including abstract-bibliometric databases, the so-called citation indices.

    The Web of Science platform includes various databases produced by Thomson Reuters, including abstract-bibliometric databases, the so-called citation indices.

  • Scopus - a multi-domain database created by the Elsevier publishing house. It contains bibliographic descriptions and abstracts of articles from scientific journals, conference materials, commercial publications and book series in the field of natural, technical, medical and social sciences. Scopus enables you to search over 19,000 peer-reviewed scientific journals published by approximately 5,000 publishers around the world.

    Scopus has a citation analysis function, an h index (Hirsch) function and a journal comparison tool (Journal Analyzer).
    The Scopus database is available through the SciVerse platform. It enables simultaneous searching of databases – Science Direct, Scopus, and Internet resources through the Scirus scientific search engine, while maintaining the possibility of using each source separately.

  • Database in the field of biology and related sciences (botany, zoology, biochemistry, biotechnology, genetics, medical sciences, ecology, microbiology, agricultural sciences).

  • This database is the largest bibliographic database in the field of agriculture, forestry, biomedical sciences and related disciplines.

    Database created by the Center of Agriculture and Biosciences International, updated quarterly. Contains over 4 million records from over 11,000 journals, books, conference papers, reports and other types of documents published around the world. The topics discussed include: animal and plant breeding, cereal cultivation, plant protection, genetics, forestry engineering, economy, veterinary medicine, food and nutrition, rural development, tourism, environmental protection. English summaries are added to articles published in more than 75 languages.

  • Food Science and Technology Abstracts is a database containing bibliographic descriptions and abstracts in the field of food science, food technology and human nutrition, food biotechnology, food toxicology and others

    Database created by International Food Information Services (IFIS).