The Specialised Information Service Website at the Competence Centre for Licensing (KfL) provides access to material licensed by the Specialised Information. Registration is required.
The Göttingen University Catalogue contains all available subject related literature of the Göttingen State and University Library and the Finno-Ugric Seminar Göttingen.
This website comprises information and services regarding the four related collections Finnougristics, Finland, Hungary, Estonian language and literature.
Special Subject Catalogue Finnougristics – a specific compilation of Finno-Ugric resources of the Common Union Catalogue (GVK) of the Common Library Network (GBV) and the Library Network Southwest Germany (SWB)
New acquisitions – monthly overview of the newly acquired subject related literature
Subject-specific search – provides systematic access to subject related literature
Journals on Finnougristics – subject-specific resources listed in the Electronic Journals Library. Currently are more than 500 journals accessible.
Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
National Library of Finland
The International Association for Hungarian Studies maintains the Digital Library of Hungarian Studies, that serves as a collection and bibliography.
The Hungarian Electronic Library belongs to the National Széchényi Library and provides open access full text works.
The Bibliotheca Corvina Virtualis is a service of the National Széchényi Library and serves as a virtual reconstruction of Bibliotheca Corvina, the Royal Library of King Matthias Hunyadi of Hungary.
„Uralic Areal Typology Online comprises at the moment UraTyp - a typological database with 360 features mainly on morphology, syntax, and phonology collected from 35 Uralic languages/language varieties. The database grew out from the cooperation with the Grambank team who set out to collect data from about half of the world's languages. The goal of building the UraTyp database was to create a family-specific database. […] The UraTyp database is the first comprehensive database that presents comparative structural data on the Uralic language family from all its branches.“ [Self-description]
„Uralic Historical Atlas is open access spatial data platforms, serving multidisciplinary studies of the human past. They bring together spatial data of e.g. language speaker areas, archaeological findings, typology, genetic patterns, vegetation zones, topography, glacial history and post-glacial climate. The platforms enable users to view spatial data, combine and compare thematic data on the interactive map and download data files.“ [Self-description]
The Open Data and Linked Data Service of the National Library of Finland provides links to works about proverbs.
The Estonian Writers' Online Dictionary was made by the University of Tartu and contains information about estonian authors plus bibliographical data.
"The [EKI] Institute’s digital language collections include ca 70 dictionaries and databases, containing ca 1.5 million lexical entries in total." [Self-description]
Sõnaveeb is a language portal of the Institute of the Estonian Language and contains information about vocabulary and also databases.