Dear Readers, with a heavy heart I will have to annouce the discontinuation of our library weblog.
Over the years this weblog has been the avenue with which we shared all kinds of news regarding the library, it’s tools, the institute, events and much more. But as all good things do it has to come to an end. Starting today we will no longer post updates on this medium.
But this doesn’t mean we will stop informing you about what’s new! We have made some changes to the library website:
to display important information that was previously here.
From now on you can find three new pages directly on the library website:
And for anyone interested old articles will still be avalibe to read for some time.
Our interactive online workshop will help you to select and apply the most appropriate resources and tools for your research. Learn more on how to quickly find and analyze relevant scientific literature. The two databases Web of Science and SciFinder will be presented and discussed in detail.
Monday, March 14, 2021 –2pm
The workshop lasts about 45 minutes. Please register and inform us (firstname.lastname@example.org) about your focus of interest.
More details on how to join the workshop will be
announced by e-mail.
Online Workshop on Reference Management Systems Friday, 4 March 2022 – 11:00am
This course explains what reference management systems (also known as bibliographic or citation management software) are, why they are useful for any kind of research, and what to look out for when considering the use of one of the numerous available bibliographic management applications. The two systems EndNote and Mendeley are demonstrated as examples. The course will also cover multiple reference management applications for mobile devices.
The United Nations have declared 2022 the International Year Of Glass to highlight the importance of glass for science and society.
The International Commission on Glass (ICG) and the Community of Glass Assocciations (CGA) will host various events and activities, including a congress to be held in Berlin in July 2022. This coincides with the 100th Anniversary of the Deutsche Glastechnische Gesellschaft (DGG, German Society of Glass Technology).
The joint website of the DGG and the Hüttentechnische Vereinigung der Deutschen Glasindustrie (HVG) presents an overview of many other events with both popular and professional scope in Germany.
For additional information, including ways to support the project financially, visit the IYOG2022 website.