News from the library
Working and study rooms – ULB Stadtmitte and ULB Lichtwiese
Reservations for the working and study rooms at the ULB Stadtmitte and at the ULB Lichtwiese will be available starting at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday June 27rd 2017. Reservations are limited, once the capacity is reached the application form will no longer be available.
24 hour opening ULB Stadtmitte from June to August
The dates for 24 hour opening in the ULB Stadtmitte for the rest of the summer term will be: Thursday 1 June to Monday 31 August 2017 (7 days a week).
The exhibition documents for the first time the live, work and literary influence of Emmanuel Bove. It shows a selection of documents which have never been exhibited before, among them two newly discovered, unknown short stories. go
The ULB purchased the Morgan & Claypool “Synthesis” e-books collection and also the e-book collection „Mathematics and Statistics“ by Springer. go
In cooperation with the Academy of Arts in Berlin and the Communal Gallery of Arts in Karlsruhe the TU Darmstadt conceived a large retrospective of the Architect Otto Bartning (1883 – 1959). go
Open access publishing fund
Since January 1st 2017 the TU Darmstadt finances the publication of current research results of its members in fee-based open access journals. For detailed information see www.ulb.tu-darmstadt.de/oa-fonds.
EndNote-Version X8 now available
The ULB has licensed the new version X8 of EndNote for Windows and Macintosh. TU members can download the new version of the reference management software from the ULB website. The ULB offers also regular workshops for using EndNote. For questions please contact email@example.com-….
Starting from now three new databases are available in TUfind and DBIS, the local database information system. All electronic resources are accessible within the IP range of the TU Darmstadt (including wi-fi via Eduroam) and for TU-members via VPN from outside. go
The ULB has licenced the digital Version of Loeb Classical Library. The database offers more than 520 classical works in Greek and Latin: epics and lyrics, tragedies and comedies, historical and travel literature, medical and mathematical classics. go