#OAWeek2019 Open Access Books

Books on opennessThe focus and beginning of the Open Access movement has always been more on journals and journal articles. In the meantime, however, there are not only books on the subject of openness. More and more books are published Open Access.

How to find Open Access books?

A few examples of Open Access books on openness

Write open books yourself

You can learn to write books openly in a tutorial that reflects experiences with collaborative writing of books and journal articles with the GitLab Wiki as part of the project Modern Publishing at Hamburg Open Science (HOS).

New online books from MIT Press

Access is now possible within the TUHH to online books from MIT Press with the years 2015 until 2018 via the platform IEEE Xplore. Further titles from the areas computer sciences, engineering and media (time range from 1943 to 2014) have been available since the beginning of the year 2015.

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.

Essential Knowledge Series

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Learning German – new online books

New are e-books from the publisher Hueber. As usual they are available within the TUHH intranet.

We have selected these books for you:

Grammar to download

A textbook on German grammar, also available in English, French and Russian langauge

A grammar book with exercises and German word pool for beginners

A grammar book for advanced learners

And another grammar and further books on the German treasury of words

An e-book on German as a foreign language for engineers has been also available for some time.

And in the library!?

For some time you already have found printed dictionaries and materials for language courses (books in our catalog tub.find) for loan in room 1.006 (in a corridor starting from the upper reading room in the TUHH library) as well as two [tu:speak] rooms as rooms for practicing German (1.007 und 1.008) equipped with two PCs each.