News from the library
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The library is looking forward to welcome Jonathan West from Newcastle as its first Humboldt Fellow. Jonathan West is an expert in German historical linguistics and will work at the ULB at his machine readable text corpus (more than 27 M different word forms) for three months, starting on 1 March. go
Due to the reduction in the “Funds for improving the quality of teaching and study conditions” (QSL-funds) and the omission of extra funds the ULB is no longer able to finance and license the following electronic resources in 2019:
The project “Darmstadt WiFi”, supported by the city council of Darmstadt, the energy supplier ENTEGA and the transportation company HEAG mobile, promotes the “Digital City of Darmstadt” by installing public hotspots in the town centre. Since December the University Computer Centre (HRZ) and the ULB are participating in this project. “Darmstadt WiFi” can now be used in ULB Stadtmitte and ULB Lichtwiese via the local WLAN infrastructure.
After five weeks, on 1 December the first cultural hackathon “Coding Da Vinci” endet with a festive awards ceremony in the State Museum at Mainz. The ULB supplied the data and organized the competition.
Zu den Themen Entwicklung des Campus Lichtwiese und Bau der ULB Lichtwiese sind Bilder, Bücher und Texte in den Vitrinen ausgestellt, zu besichtigen im HMZ im Durchgang zum Maschinenbaugebäude.