The unique NASBI library is a platform where readers will find the offer of the largest Polish commercial publishers – including market news. Through NASBI, over 50 renowned publishers make their works available to readers of public and academic libraries as well as company employees. We invite students of ZPSB to use its rich collections.
If your goal is to constantly improve your skills and you are looking for literature that will improve your competences, or you are just relaxing with the reading of renowned publications, at NASBI you will find what you are looking for – it is your center of knowledge and reading entertainment.
Only at NASBI, readers enjoy access to sources in the most popular formats: e-books, audiobooks and video courses – multi-format guarantees the choice of the best form of learning for you.
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HOW TO REGISTER?
- Go to the nasbi.pl website. Click “sign in”.
- Click “join today” and create a reader’s account.
- Activate the account using the link that you will receive by e-mail.
- When logging in for the first time, enter the one-time access code. The access code will be given to you in the dean’s office upon request (email@example.com)
OTHER DIGITAL LIBRARIES
Academic Research Source is a multidisciplinary database offering users access to a collection of over 190,000 e-books and 5,000 full-text journals.
The database topics include:
- business and economy,
- medical and natural sciences,
- applied sciences,
- social sciences,
- education and much more.
The database also includes over 350 Polish journals available in full text, among others in the field of economics, business, technology, history, science, medicine, social sciences, humanities and many others.
Users can search the database in separate subsets, available at the following links:
The Academic Research Source database is available to users in the network of IP addresses at our university, without logging in.
The database is also available to users remotely, from home computers and mobile devices. Login data can be obtained at the library or the dean’s office.
Links to short videos presenting the use of the EBSCOhost platform and EBSCO databases:
- EBSCOhost Basic Search – Tutorial
- EBSCOhost Advanced Searching – Tutorial
- Searching EBSCO eBooks – Tutorial
- Reading EBSCO eBooks – Tutorial
THERE ARE LEGAL FREE E-BOOK COLLECTIONS AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET:
One of the largest collections of e-books and other digital material from European libraries, museums, archives and more. Resources include diaries, journals, letters and books from all over Europe.
- Project Gutenberg: http://gutenberg.org
The first online collection of free, full e-books. It includes books that are not copyrighted, as well as materials whose authors have agreed to be published.
- Google Books: http://books.google.com/books
A project by Google that focuses on collecting books and magazines in digital form. The website has a convenient reader that allows you to browse books in your browser. Some materials are available for download as a PDF file.
- Open Library: http://openlibrary.org/
Online catalog of books and e-books. The website contains information about their location in libraries (mainly American), and also allows you to view, download and read e-books.
- Directory of Open Access Books: www.doabooks.org
A guide to open books by DOAB, a collection of scientific and popular science studies in many fields of knowledge, published by various publishers.