AfricaBib. Five bibliographic databases: Africana Periodical Literature, African Women, Women Travelers, Explorers and Missionaries to Africa: 1763-2004, Islam in contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa, and Kenya Coast.
In April 2013 the database Quarterly Index of African Periodical Literature will be fully integrated into AfricaBib. QIAPL is a database with metadata of 51005 articles from over 750 mostly scholarly periodicals published in Subsaharan Africa.
African Studies Abstracts Online. Provides an overview of articles from periodicals and edited works on Africa in the field of the social sciences and humanities available at the African Studies Centre Library, Leiden. http://www.ascleiden.nl/Library/Abstracts/ASA-Online/
ASKIA - Access to Scientific Knowledge in Africa. United Nations Economic Commission for Africa's federated search portal for scientific and socio-economic information on Africa from several different sources - including Open Access literature, commercial databases, online journals, (UN)ECA publications, etc. http://askia.uneca.org/
Connecting Africa. A service that provides access to African research information and materials produced in the Netherlands and elsewhere. http://www.connecting-africa.net/
DART-Europe E-theses Portal. Search electronically published open access dissertations and theses from more than 500 universities in close to 30 European countries. http://www.dart-europe.eu/
IlissAfrica - Internet Library Sub-Saharan Africa. Find literature, internet resources, contacts and further information concerning African Studies, http://www.ilissafrica.de/en/
Nordicom databases on Nordic media research. The NCOM 1975-2006 database contains some 40.000 references to nordic media research publications. The succcessor NCOM continues from 2006/2007 including four different data types: nordic media researchers, research institutions, research projects and research publications.
NCOM 1975-2006: http://www.statsbiblioteket.dk/nordicom/
NCOM [2006/2007-]: http://nordicom.statsbiblioteket.dk
Population Index. Abstracts of demographic literature published in the period 1986–2000. http://popindex.princeton.edu/
UNBISNET, United Nations Bibliographic Information System. References to UN documents and publications, articles and books about the UN, speeches of the General Assembly from 1983-, voting records and more. http://unbisnet.un.org/
Uppsala University Library, http://www.ub.uu.se/en/Search/Databases/
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As of January 2013 you have access to the database SA Media from NAI. 3+ million articles mainly focused on southern Africa.
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