MIT Press, affiliated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is one of the well-respected university presses in the United States. Its focus often referred to engineering content of long-lasting quality, which also reflects socio-cultural developments in technology.
Below you find a selection of newly available online books from MIT Press. In the moment the works are not included in the catalog tub.find and can only be found via IEEE Xplore.
Introductury literature tostartstudyingor evenfor thefirstexams, should be foundinthe textbook collectionin the left areaof the reading roomon the ground floor. The booksareinalphabetical orderof the subject groups.The firstshelf blockbegins withAgricultural Sciences(AG), in the middle blockcan be foundMathematics(MA) and Mechanical Engineering(MS), on the window siderearfollow for exampleProcess Technology(VT) andMaterials Sciences(WK).
Inthe textbook collection there are often a large numberof circulating librarycopies of one title. If you will not find any loan copies, there are otheroptions: Sometimesan electroniceditionis available, in every case there is for every textbooktitleat least onearchivecopy(reference copy). It may notbe borrowed, and therefore it is available for everybody during theopening hours.
Coming to the library at noontime for a coffee! In the end of June and in July you are invited to attend our “tub.talks”. After a brief impulse as thematic input, there will be room for joint discussions and a coffee, this is the new format, that we would like to continue with this second series after its launch in March – at that time under the label „Coffee talks“.
The topics include aspects of using information, like publishing, researching or visualising as well as issues of the (new) German intellectual property law.
4 dates in in June and July, each on Monday, 1.15 pm to 1.45 pm in room 0.004, in the large group room behind the information desk:
Monday, June 25, 2018
Transparent research – citation analysis with special databases
(Impulse and moderation: Thomas Hapke)
Monday, July 2, 2018
The new UrhWissG (german intelectual property law): worth knowing for research
(Impulse and moderation: Nazime Assly)
Monday, July 9, 2018
Visualisation in academic work
(Impulse and moderation: Detlev Bieler)
According the motto “tub. – talking and making” you are invited to make little handicrafts with paper (for children and adults), little bookmarks or booklets with tipps for using information for academic work, as well as to talk about intellectual property rights and other challenges when handling information and working as academic.
Visit us between 1 pm and 6 pm at our stand in the Denickestr. in opposite of the students’ restaurant (Mensa):
Starting on Thursday, June 14, 2018, there will be our traditional book flea market in the TUHH library.
Tomorrow, Thursday, 22.03.18, the offers at the Windows pool computers in the library will not be available all day due to maintenance work! This concerns the Windows pool workstations in the upper reading room, as well as the workstations in the group workroom (room 1005) on the upper floor. We apologize for the inconvenience.
The “Kleine Nacht” is organized by the TUHH Student Counseling Center in cooperation with the students’ union executive committee AStA, the TUHH library, University Sports, and the TU Computing Centre as well as several internal and external contributors.