EIFL Direct (Electronic Information For Libraries Direct) is a joint project between the Open Society Institute (OSI) and EBSCO Publishing, one of the world’s largest suppliers of journals via electronic and printed media. EIFL Direct offers the following English-language databases are available: Business Source Premier, Academic Search Premier, Newspaper Source, MasterFILE Premier, Regional Business News, Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition, MEDLINE, ERIC, Health Source - Consumer Edition, Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts and GreenFILE. EIFL direct provides access to over 3300 full text international journals (full text available from the year 1990) and 5000 periodicals' abstracts and indexes. It covers humanities, culture, education, medicine, general science etc. EBSCOhost service allows the user to search, browse, print and save full text articles. Special EBSCOhost collection eBook Public Library Collection includes over 25,000 general reference e-book titles in a variety of subjects and topics including social sciences, language and literature and science & technology. Davčni, finančni in pravni portal Tax-Fin-Lex omogoča na enem mestu ažurne in med seboj povezane informacije iz treh področij: TAX – podsistem z izbranimi davčnimi podatki in informacijami, FIN – podsistem z izbranimi računovodsko – finančnimi podatki in informacijami, LEX – podsistem z zakoni in podzakonski predpisi, ki obsegajo vse verzije čistopisov, ki so nastale v času veljavnosti in sprememb predpisov, vsi pravni viri veljavni v SLO in EU so zbrani na enem mestu. Berg Fashion Library is a data base, which provides full text science articles and multimedia about fashion and clothing from all over the world. The collection also contains Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion, full text e-books, pictures and sources from this area of expertise. Encyclopædia Britannica Online Public Library Edition delivers fast and easy access to high-quality, comprehensive information. The rich combination of the insightful Encyclopædia Britannica plus Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary and Thesaurus, magazines and periodicals, and many other research tools provides the variety of reliable sources that students need to consult when conducting thorough research—all from one database. Highlights: Improved interface for easier navigation: Articles now include an interactive Table of Contents, page numbers, and section headings to help orient users within each article. Over 75,000 articles from the Encyclopædia Britannica, including 23,000 biographies. Magazines and News Headlines: Get headlines from The New York Times, the BBC, the SBS Australian News Service, and full-text articles from more than 700 magazines and periodicals provided by EBSCO and Proquest. Gateway to the Classics: An introduction to significant works of history, literature, philosophy, and science. Web Links: Access 166,000 Web sites selected by Britannica editors for additional quality information. Vivid graphics and multimedia: Over 27,000 images and maps, plus 3,300 animations, videos, and audio files engage users and bring articles to life. Extensive World Atlas: Search thousands of maps, flags, articles, and statistics. Compare economic, demographic, and health measures for over 200 countries. You can choose a library appropriate for your level: Encyclopædia Britannica for adults Britannica Student for secondary/middle school students and up Britannica Junior for primary school students and up The Digital Library of Slovenia - dLib.si is a web portal providing ready access to knowledge and cultural treasures. It offers free searching and access to digitised contents: articles, photographs, maps, posters and sound recordings. A user can at anytime and from anywhere to: access the portraits of most renowned Slovenes, listen to Slovene music from the past, walk over Slovene territory with the help of old maps, or look for information on Slovene literary creativity in many magazines and old newspapers. Regional portal KAMRA is a web based information system that joins the local studies information, collected and disseminated by public libraries and other cultural and educational institutions. With coordinated co-operation of regional partner intuitions, information is accessible through a single portal, even though it is created in the different institutions, each covering the areas they are most competent for. The portal makes it possible to access digitised contents, full-text, information, programmes and projects from one place, thus offering quicker, easier and more direct search. KAMRA portal brings the wealth of cultural heritage and activities of libraries, museums and archives to all Slovene residents and promotes Slovene knowledge and culture in the world. By establishing different partnerships on regional level, co-operation and connection in the regions are becoming stronger. Here you can view the digitalized local newspapers, old photos, postcards and other materials from the local studies collection. Take a look at the cultural and historical legacy from our region.