The Wiley Online Library is available to the EUF until 31.03.2022. The interdisciplinary literature platform focuses on health and natural sciences as well as social sciences and humanities and offers access to more than 20,000 e-books. You can find the titles at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com and soon in the Discoverysystem.
From 04/12/2021, a three-month trial access to the Passport database will be available for both universities. The database comprises the modules Industry, Economy and Consumers with more than 100 million internationally standardised statistics and over 20,000 market reports. It thus provides a comprehensive range of data for country and market studies.
Passport can be accessed via VPN at https://www.portal.euromonitor.com/
The provider Euromonitor offers a free training on 04/19/2021 at 4pm. You can participate without pre-registration via the following link: Webinar
on Monday, the 15th of March, the ZHB will open lending operations with the following restrictions
Wearing a medical mouth-nose protection (surgical mask or mask of the standards FFP 2, N95 or KN95) is mandatory.A maximum of 100 users are allowed in the ZHB at any one time.Users must register at the entrance and have a ZHB book basket with them in order to enter the library. The length of stay is limited to 1 hour and may only be used for borrowing and returning media.Workstations, photocopiers, lockers, information services, inernet and research PCs, guided tours and training courses, etc. cannot be offered for the time being.
The use of the book scanners is permittedThe payment of fees is possible
You can now find a digital tour of the library on the ZHB website. Learn the most important points about library use in short videos.In addition, you can take a short tour of the library at the ZHB using the free Actionbound app.The videos and the library rally with Actionbound are tailored to the current hygiene and usage concept of the ZHB.
As of today, you will find short learning videos on the ZHB website.
These currently include an introduction to the Discoverysystem including the use of e-books and e-journals. Further videos on interlibrary loan and databases, among other things, as well as English versions are to follow in the coming weeks.
You can find the videos here.