Virtual Exhibition „Do not Forget the Joy and not the Sorrow“
The first evicence of Jewish life in Germany is 1700 years old. In this context the ULB takes part in a virtual exhibition about the collective cultural heritage.
PC-Maintenance on 14 December
On Tuesday, 14 December routine maintenance is to be carried out on all PCs from 4pm on. During this time login, catalogue and internet search are switched off on all public ULB computers. Thank you for your understanding.
Christmas Break 2021/22
This year all library locations will be closed for the public between Christmas an New Year. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy and healthy New Year!
Online Panel Discussion on the Commodification of Open Research
On 9 December 2021, an online panel discussion on the commodification of Open Research will take place from 4.30pm – 6.30pm. Titel is: If you are not paying for the product, you are the product?
Hessian History of Parliamentarism Online
In time of the 75th anniversary of Hessia, the digital archive for the history of Hessian parliamentarism has been released.
Extensive mask obligation from 22. November
Due to the renewed increase in the number of infections, masks will be compulsory from Monday, 22. November for the entire duration of stay in the ULB.
PC-Maintenance on 16 November
On Tuesday, 16 November routine maintenance is to be carried out on all PCs from 4pm on. During this time login, catalogue and internet search are switched off on all public ULB computers. Thank you for your understanding.
ULB now member of Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR)
As a member of COAR the ULB aims to reinforce the international cooperation with providers of scientific repositories and to enhance the visibility of its own repositories TUprints and TUdatalib.
Citavi web version available
Starting now the literature managing system Citavi is also available in a web based version called Citavi Web .
International Open Access Week 2021
The International Open Access Week will be held 25-31 October 2021. This year's theme: “It Matters How We Open Knowledge: Building Structural Equity”