Subject Guide Children's and Juvenile Literature
- Accessible from a TU Dortmund IP address only (further information)
Library Catalogue, Book Trade List
Electronic Full Text Collections
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Locations, catalogues, bibliographies and reference works on Children's and Juvenile
Literature at the University Library
Locations of Books in Dortmund University Library
Shelf marks: C (location: 2nd floor); Jc F (location: 3rd floor)
- Collection of juvenile books (borrowable for scientific purposes only)
Shelf mark: Jb (Please ask our staff at the reference desk)
Shelf mark: L Ca (location: Ground floor)
- Not borrowable
- Reference works such as encyclopedias, dictionaries, bibliographies and handbooks
are usually not borrowable. The same goes for individual copies of much-used texts
for research and teaching.
Shelf mark: ZC (location: Basement level 1); current year in room E 1 (location: Ground floor)
Catalogues in Dortmund University Library
Media (books, videos)
Catalogue of Dortmund University electronic publications (mainly theses). Full texts
- North Rhine-Westphalia: HBZ Collective Catalogue
Library catalogue for North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate
- Deutschland: Karlsruhe Virtual Catalogue (KVK)
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Printed Bibliographies and Reference Works
Children's and Juvenile literature is bought within the acquisitions in German literature,
since 1965/66 also within the acwuisitions in English literature.
Bibliographies and reference works on Children's and Juvenile literature can be found
in Emil-Figge-Bibliothek, shelf marks SDA resp. SEA.
Open Access in the field of Philology
Children's and Juvenile Literature in General
Institutes, Research institutions
Special Subject Collections
of German university and special libraries, sponsored by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
The University Library Johann Christian Senckenberg at Frankfurt/M oversees the special collection of German studies (as well as Linguistics
and Literature Studies in General). This institution also acquire children's and juvenile literature.
New additions are published in current bibliographies or can be searched online.