It has been 18 years, since our pay machine started working in the library. Many coins and notes have entered its slit for various fees. But in its old days trouble started, when new Euro notes would not be accepted. So on March 1st the machine was taken out of service. For the time being […]
Are you using Google Scholar or rather Web of Science? Is Citavi your favorite tool for reference management or do you prefer Papers, Mendeley or Zotero? What is your favorite word processor? Your answers can help us to choose the right tools for your support. TUHH participates in a “survey of scholarly communication tool usage”
TUHH, TuTech and partners are participating in the European research project “LifelongJoints” (LLJ) in the area of nano-materials aiming to improve the lifespan and performance of implants used for joint replacement. Research at TUHH ist done by Professor Michael M. Morlock at Institute of Biomechanics. Correct management of research data (RDM) is important if LLJ
Beluga – the catalog for Hamburg Libraries – started in december 2012. From today on, beluga offers a lot more content: millions of articles can be searched via the new article tab. If available links to full text are shown. You can also check the holdings of the other Hamburg Libraries. Of course: If you
And we are happy to provide you with books, you need for your individual work or study at TUHH. So please tell us, if you are searching TUBfind and the book you are looking for is not included in the library yet: Acquisition Proposal If you like, we put a hold on the book, as
The Mendeley team has confirmed the rumors: Team Mendeley is joining Elsevier. Mendeley has been a rather popular reference mangament tool combined with a web-based social network. According to their post, only little will change for their users. As a bonus storage space will be increased. The free version of Mendeley is to be continued.
Beluga is the new catalog for library holdings of Hamburg libraries. Since 3rd December more than 7 million titels from scientific libraries in Hamburg, 6 million titles from German Nationallizenzen and many more articles from Online Contents database are available for discovery. The Beluga project of Hamburg Libraries has first surfaced in 2010. And til
Michael Stephens: Learning Everywhere. Transformative Libraries & Services. Presentation held on 26-10-12 at TUHH.
Since 1994 our library has been presenting itself on the web. Since 2001 English pages are available as well. Since 2003 we depend on Content Management Systems. Now it is time for a relaunch: With TUBfind we have a catalog, which we are very happy to present prominently.. We have radically reduced our pages to