IPSWICH, Mass. — January 20, 2022 — EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) is introducing a new German-language resource to support researchers across the globe. DACH Information™ is a unique collection of scholarly, full-text journals, magazines and trade publications created to benefit researchers and students looking for an authoritative German-language resource.
DACH Information offers a robust German studies academic resource through which researchers can find more than 550 active, non-open access, full-text titles. Multidisciplinary in scope, the new database provides a wealth of high-quality, scholarly, full text resources to support research across a wide range of topics including: Art, Business, Communication, Education, German Law, History, Humanities, Linguistics, Management, Marketing, Mathematics, Nursing, Psychology, Social Sciences and Social Work and STEM.
EBSCO Senior Vice President of Product Management Sara Earley says DACH Information provides a unique solution for libraries with specialized research needs. “Institutions that support international research now have the opportunity to grow their collection of non-English scholarly materials for their global researchers. DACH Information enables researchers looking for specific high-quality German language content to find it easily in one resource.”
The release of DACH Information is an example of EBSCO’s continued commitment to the expansion of international scholarly research. For more information on DACH Information and other research databases, including Arab World Research Source™: Al-Masdar, Bibliography of Asian Studies™, Caribbean Search™, Central & Eastern European Academic Source™, Ethnic Diversity Source™ and The Belt and Road Initiative Reference Source™ visit: https://www.ebsco.com/products/diversity-equity-and-inclusion-resources
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