Search: Interior Design

What do I find here?

On this page you will find:

  • databases: multidisciplinary or subject-specific databases licensed by the Trier University of Applied Sciences, which offer you full texts, literature references or facts from the field of interior design.
  • journals: licensed journals in the field of interior design or databases which give you access to such journals.
  • research portals: websites that bundle information resources on interior design and often enable meta searches via library catalogues, databases and search engines.
  • other: link collections that lead you to e.g. subject-specific search engines, free e-books or information pages.  

Important: In addition to the search tools listed here, there are multidisciplinary search options such as library catalogues, scientific search engines and academic networks.

Metasearch tools can be used to search for subject-specific search tools on your own: →  databases, → journals.

Databases (licensed)

RSWB PLUS
  • Link: RSWB PLUS
  • Access: Campus computer, VPN
  • Subjects: architecture, civil engineering, construction law, interior design, building services engineering
  • Database type: references (incl. abstracts)
  • Contents: In addition to the bibliography of the German databases of buildings RSWB, RSWB PLUS also contains information from the international databases of buildings ICONDA. RSWB provides bibliographic references to publications from the German-speaking area in the areas of spatial planning, urban planning, housing and construction. ICONDA is created in international cooperation and contains contributions from various countries in the fields of structural engineering, civil engineering, architecture and urban planning. It contains references to articles from specialist journals, textbooks and book chapters, building standards and regulations, laws, research reports, dissertations, company publications, etc. The abstracts are in German or English. The search result improves when searching bilingual.
SpringerLink
  • Links: SpringerLink (Campus computer, VPN), SpringerLink (Shibboleth)
  • Access: Campus computer, VPN, Shibboleth
  • Subjects: multidisciplinary
  • Database type: full texts (i. a. e-books, e-articles), references
  • Contents: Licensed are the packages: Business and Economics (2010 to 2015), Business and Management (as of 2016), Earth and Environmental Science (as of 2009), Economics and Finance (as of 2016), Energy (as of 2013), Technology and Computer Science (as of 2010), Economics (as of 2007)
TEMA - Technology and Management
  • Link: TEMA - Technology and Management
  • Access: Campus computer, VPN
  • Subjects: Mechanical and plant engineering, electrical engineering, electronics and information technology, energy technology, materials, textile technology, medical technology, mining, business management and organisation
  • Database type: references (incl. abstracts)
  • Contents: The database aggregates information from German and international scientific and applied specialist literature such as journals, conference reports, research reports and dissertations, as well as other hard-to-find literature. It includes the subject databases:
    - DOMA® mechanical engineering and plant engineering,
    - ZDE - electrical engineering, electronics and information technology,
    - ENTEC energy technology,
    - WEMA® materials
    - TOGA® textile technology,
    - MEDITEC medical technology,

    - BERG mining,
    - BEFO management and organization.

Wiso
  • Link: wiso
  • Access: Campus computer, VPN
  • Subjects: Economics, social sciences, psychology, law, technology
  • Database type: full texts (journal articles, newspaper articles), facts (company and market information)
  • Contents: The wiso database offers various media formats in the fields of economics and social sciences, psychology, law and technology. The University of Trier has licensed access to the module "journals" for its members. It makes it possible to access more than thirteen million German and English-language full texts from national and international (practitioner) journals, for example in the fields of 'Marketing & Advertising', 'Electrical Industry', 'IT', 'Legislation' or 'Environmental Management'.

Journals (licensed)

Wiso
  • Link: wiso
  • Access: Campus computer, VPN
  • Journals: Via the database you have access to a number of practical journals in the field of construction & trade, such as the BM Bau- und Möbelschreiner or the bba Bau Beratung Architektur.

Research portals

Arthistoricum
  • Link: Specialist Service Arthistoricum (Art, Photography, Design)
  • Subjects: art history, design
  • Description (DBIS): Arthistoricum.net is a modular portal for art history research and teaching. It is a joint portal of the Heidelberg University Library and the Saxon State Library, State and University Library Dresden (SLUB), which is operated in cooperation with the Institute for Art History of the LMU Munich and other partners.

    Arthistoricum.net allows a comprehensive research on the entire spectrum of art history: starting with the medieval and modern art history of the European countries and art influenced by Europe in the USA, Canada and Australia, throughout the period from the early Christian era to 1945 - united in the Heidelberg Collection focus art history. Subsequently, it continued with the entire history of art since 1945 of the countries of Europe and North America as components of the Dresden collection focus on contemporary art.
    The most comprehensive proof of art-historical publications, whether printed, hybrid or genuinely published online forms the core of the search. With the components "Publishing" and "Reviews" arthistoricum.net supports internet-based scientific work and publishing in the sense of Open Access. In the "Topics" section, arthistoricum.net offers digital copies of specialized text collections as well as access and information on research-relevant image sources. Together with the "theme portals", forums on individual aspects of art and art history will be presented beyond the literature. A blog on numerous art-science topics completes the offer (Stand: 05/2018).

DigiBib
  • Link: DigiBib (Digital Library)
  • Subjects: multidisciplinary
  • Link collection: Under the tab "Additional E-Media", the DigiBib offers you a collection of database and website links from the fields of architecture and arts & design.
TIB Portal
  • Link: Technical Information Library (TIB-Portal)
  • Subjects: Architecture, civil engineering and surveying, chemistry, electrical engineering, measurement and control technology, energy, environmental protection, nuclear technology, computer science, mathematics, physics, technology in general
  • Description (DBIS): Launched in January 2016, the TIB portal brings together the previous websites of the “Technische Informationsbibliothek” and the University Library Hannover. The former portal for technology and science "GetInfo" is now also integrated into the new TIB portal. Through this new portal, the TIB offers access to several million data sets from specialist databases, publishing offers and library catalogs (State: 05/2018).

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