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Important note for all users of TEMA The company WTI-Frankfurt GmbH, which has operated this database for technology and management, has filed for insolvency in December 2021. Therefore, it is now uncertain how long this database can still be accessed.
Digital semesters due to the Corona crisis also lead to expanded offers of online books or e-books in the TUHH network at the TU Hamburg. As early as May 2020, we had responded to this together with other Hamburg libraries. With the year 2021, online books from additional publishers have now been added to the
The TUHH Library participates in funding open access books from the International Water Association (IWA). IWA Publishing’s e-books cover topics from all areas of water treatment and wastewater purification. These are accessible through the Open Research Library of the open access service provider Knowledge Unlatched. In Knowledge Unlatched’s funding model, libraries jointly fund books from
We are pleased to inform you that the VDE Standards Library is now available for the TU Hamburg campus network. At https://normenbibliothek.de you will find the VDE Standards, which were previously only accessible in the library as a single-user version. Unfortunately, printing – or saving – is not possible here.
Do you need current research literature on an important topic? The research possibilities of Google Scholar are not enough for you? You want to be more sure that you don’t miss anything? For this purpose, the University Library (tub.) offers an important range of subject databases on the TUHH network. Databases important for the engineering
The Hamburg State and University Library has adapted its services for the period of the corona pandemic. For all users* in the Hamburg Metropolitan Region it offers a “Virtual Walk-In” service for electronic media during CoVid-19.
Last summer marked the 200th birthday of Eunice Foote. The now somewhat better known women’s rights activist from the USA was one of the rare female researchers in the field of physical sciences in the 19th century. On the occasion of International Women’s Day on March 8, Eunice Foote will be briefly introduced here.