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WLB Catalogue Plus

In the Library Holdings, you can find books, periodicals, newspapers and other media in the stock of the Württemberg State Library (WLB). This also includes electronic periodicals and e-books.

Please note that periodicals are only recorded under their title meaning it contains no articles.

Articles and more provides you with records of more than a billion articles from periodicals, newspapers, books and other sources, mainly in English. Many articles can be accessed as full texts. With all other articles, a stock search can reveal whether they are available at the WLB. If this is not the case, it is possible to order an Interlibrary Loan.

This EBSCO Index does not fully cover all subjects and offers of licensed databases of the library. We thus strongly advise extensive research in the respective specialist databases that are accessible via the Database Info System (DBIS).

In order to be able to make use of articles and much more outside the library, you first have to log in with the user number of your library ID card and your personal password for license reasons. Institutions are only facilitated limited external use.

You can order books and periodical articles that are not available at the WLB via an Interlibrary Loan.

WLB Catalogue

Via the advanced search in the stock of the library catalogue, you can focus on individual locations (e.g. Main Reading Room) or research using a call number.

If you are missing a newly released publication, you can make an acquisition proposal to the library.











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