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Lib4RI News

Electronic Resources: Changes in 2019
Tue 12.02.19

After some distinct adaptions with new resources but also with cancellations in the last years we saw only minor changes in our portfolio in this year. Journals: • Brill: We successfully negotiated a 1-year-trial to the complete Brill E-Journals collection. Brill is a well-known publisher for humanities, but has also a collection ...

Lib4RI Spring Training: Searching & Managing Scientific Information
Tue 05.02.19

Spring will be here soon and it is again time for our biannual introductory course «Searching & Managing Scientific Information» for PhD students and other affiliates of the 4 federal research institutes. Between March and June 2019, we offer six individually bookable modules. In module 1, «Searching Scientific Information», ...

New Book Scanners Available!
Fri 25.01.19

We are happy to announce the arrival of our new A3 colour book scanners! They are easy to handle and very useful for quickly scanning all kind of documents such as articles, book chapters or lab journals with the output formats PDF, TIF and JPG. Come and see us at the Lib4RI library desk in Dübendorf, Villigen or Birmensdorf ...

The Islandora Camp is coming to Lib4RI, Eawag!
Wed 16.01.19

DORA, our institutional repository, is based on the Islandora open-source framework. Therefore, we are happy to announce that we will be hosting the 2019 Islandora Camp this year here at Eawag, Dübendorf. The event takes place on 17-19 June 2019 and will cover a variety of topics surrounding the Islandora framework, including ...


 
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