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What is happening at the TU Graz Library? Click through the current news items and find the events you won’t want to miss!

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    Holiday opening hours

    Main Library

    08.07. – 02.08.: Mon – Fri, 8:30 am – 3 pm
    05.08. – 02.09.: Mon – Fri, 8:30 am – 1 pm
    05. – 20.09.: Mon – Fri, 8:30 am – 3 pm

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    Subject Libraries Inffeld and NAWI

    08.07. – 20.09: Mon – Fri, 8:30 am – 1:00 pm

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Holiday opening hours

Main Library
08.07 – 02.08.: Mon – Fri, 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
05.08. – 02.09.: Mon – Fri, 8:30 am – 1:00 pm
05. – 20.09.: Mon – Fri, 8:30 am – 3:00 pm

NAWI and Inffeld Subject Libraries
08.07. – 20.09: Mon – Fri, 8:30 am – 1:00 pm

You can return books at any time to the return boxes in front of the entrance to all library branches.

To pick up books at our pick-up station on the same day, please reserve them at least 30 minutes before the library closes. Reservations we receive after that will be ready for you at the next working day.

We wish you nice summer holidays!

Understanding Research Metrics

On 20 June the Library offers an introductory online event to research metrics.

Learn about key concepts such as Journal Impact Factor, h-index and other - alternative - metrics. Participants will gain insight into the significance of these metrics to the scientific community, their benefits, but also their shortcomings.

Understanding Research Metrics
20.06.2024, 10:00–10:45 AM
Online via Webex
In English

Registration online

The Good, the Bad, and the Inbetween, Keeping the Scholarly Record Clean

On 18 June, TU Graz Library, in cooperation with the Austrian Transition to Open Access 2 / sub-project 'Predatory Publishing', invites you to an exchange on the changing face of scientific communication and its impact on good scientific practice and quality assurance.

What about the quality assurance of scientific publications? Phenomena such as predatory publishing or the controversial issue of the reliability of mass open access publishers such as MDPI or Frontiers continue to raise questions about the quality of scholarly communication. These issues will be explored in keynote speeches, a hands-on workshop and discussions to localise these issues and reflect on current practices and standards.

The Good, the Bad, and the Inbetween, Keeping the Scholarly Record Clean
18 June 2024, 1:00 – 5:30 PM
Stremayrgasse 16, EG, SR BMTEG038

This event is held in German.

Registration online

IEEE: Key Points to Getting Published

On 12 June, the Library is hosting an online event specifically for researchers: Eszter Lukács, IEEE Client Services Manager, will give an insight into the publication process at IEEE.

Deciding where to publish your research can be a daunting task. Should you write a conference paper, a journal article, or both? What is peer review, an ORCID ID, a predatory journal, and other publishing jargon? In "Key Points to Getting Published", IEEE's Eszter Lukács provides insights into publishing with IEEE.

Key Points to Getting Published
12.06.2024, 1:00 – 2:00 PM
Online via Webex

This event is held in English.

Registration online

Spotlight: Bibliometrics

A whole month on one topic! The Spotlight format brings you information about library services. In focus this time: Bibliometrics.

From the Journal Impact Factor to the h-Index and altmetrics, the list of metrics in science is long. But in what contexts are they relevant for researchers?

With this Spotlight, the Library is helping researchers to get an overview of bibliometrics and their significance and application. Informative social media posts, online events, and a detailed blog post provide comprehensive information on the topic.

Coffee Lecture: Journal Citation Reports
5 June 2024, 1:30-1:50 pm
Online via Webex
No registration required

Understanding Research Metrics
20 June 2024, 10:00-10:45 am
Online via Webex
Registration online

Late shift at the library

Study and work late into the night with the late shift: on 11, 18 and 25 June the library will be open until midnight.

During the late shift, the library extends the opening hours of one of its branches until midnight. To help you keep going, coffee and cookies will be available from 7 PM.

Tuesday, 11 June 2024, Main Library
Tuesday, 18 June 2024, NAWI Subject Library
Tuesday, 25 June 2024, Inffeld Subject Library

No registration required!

Book Sale

The library's book sale will take place again on 28 May. This time, it will be held at the Inffeld Subject Library.

At our book sale, we are selling outdated editions of our textbook collection and extra copies of various fields.

1 €, 2 € or 5 € per book
The revenue is used to buy new textbooks.

Date: Tuesday, 28 May 2024, 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Location: Inffeld Subject Library, Inffeldgasse 10

Unlocking Knowledge: TU Graz Repository & Future Data Curation Innovations

On 23 May, the RDM team hosts a special event focused on unlocking the power of research data at TU Graz.

Join us as we delve into our institutional data repository, showcasing its capabilities and highlighting its importance in advancing research across disciplines. In addition to exploring our existing repository, we'll be unveiling a new data curation workflow set to revolutionize how we manage and leverage research data in the months to come.

Don't miss this opportunity to gain insights, ask questions, and shape the future of data-driven research at your university.

Unlocking Knowledge: TU Graz Repository & Future Data Curation Innovations
23 May 2024, 12:30 PM – 3:00 PM
Main Library, Technikerstraße 4, 8010 Graz

Register now to secure your spot!

Creative Commons (CC) Licences for Scientific Publications

On 16 May, the TU Graz library will be hosting a webinar on the use of Creative Commons licences in scientific publications.

A common approach to make a work – such as a scientific paper or a book – available to the public is by using a CC license (e.g., CC BY). In this webinar, DI Elisabeth Rosenberger (Open Access Team of TU Graz Library) will offer fundamental insights into the different CC licenses. Additionally, you'll learn about the prerequisites for correctly utilizing a CC-licensed work.

Creative Commons (CC) Licences for Scientific Publications
16.05.2024, 2:00 pm – 2:45 pm
Online via Webex

This webinar is held in English.

Registration online

Online event: Wissenschaftliche Abschlussarbeiten und Urheberrecht

On 23 April, the library is offering a talk on copyright and theses with Dr Thomas Luzer, Head of the Law Library at the University of Vienna.

At this event, you will receive a brief introduction to the basic rules of copyright law as well as detailed information on the so-called "free use of works", which play an important role in the university environment. Researchers and students will learn how works may be used and in which cases caution is advised.

Wissenschaftliche Abschlussarbeiten und Urheberrecht
23 April 2024, 14:30-16:30
Online via Webex

Please register online. This event is held in German.

 

Online event: Strukturiertes Arbeiten mit Windows

Join us on 16 April for an insight into simple methods and tools for organising and optimising workflows in Windows.

In our online presentation, you will learn how to increase your productivity by making the most of the features and functions in Windows. You will learn practical tips and tricks to effectively organise your file management and application control. Designed for users at all levels of experience, the course offers concrete approaches to improving the way you use Windows and making your day-to-day work easier.

Strukturiertes Arbeiten mit Windows
16 April 2024, 10:00-10:45 am
Online via Webex
Language: German

Registration online

 

Opening hours during the Easter holidays

Library opening hours change during the Easter holidays from 25 March to 5 April.

Main Library
Mon – Fri, 8:30 am – 6:00 pm
Good Friday, 29.03., 8:30 A.M. – 1:00 P.M.

Inffeld and NAWI Subject Libraries
Mon – Thu, 8:30 am – 6:00 pm
Fri, 8:30 am – 1:00 pm

All library branches are closed on East Monday, April 1.

You can return books at any time to the return boxes in front of the entrance to the main library and subject libraries.

We wish you a happy Easter holiday!

Scite: AI tool for literature search

The library has acquired a licence for the full version of the Scite platform for all members of Graz University of Technology. Scite supports literature search with an AI tool.

With the Scite Assistant, Scite offers an interface similar to ChatGPT that generates scientifically sound answers to questions from millions of research articles. The sources cited are reliable and transparent.

Another function of Scite is to do innovative literature searches based on quantitative and qualitative citations. It shows you who cites scientific papers and additionally, performs a qualitative categorisation by highlighting the citation context. Scite uses both full-text articles and its deep learning model for this.

Join one of our introductory webinars to learn more about Scite's features. Two dates are available for the webinar:

Introduction to Scite
20 March 2024, 10:00am - 11:00am (Registration online)
04 April 2024, 11:00am -12:00pm (Registration online)

After registering, you will receive an email with a link to the webinar. A link to the webinar recording will be emailed to all registered attendees after the event.

The webinars will be held in English.

Programme Summer semester 2024

All events organised by the library and its partners at a glance: From coffee lectures for students to the library’s popular book sale and online workshops on publication-related topics for researchers, there is something for everyone in the programme!

You can either download the event programme for students (in German) and for researchers or pick up a handy A5 card at one of our library branches. All event details are also available on our website.

We look forward to seeing you at one or more of our events!

Wiley Author Workshops

Wiley is offering Open Access workshops for authors in February and March.

In these online workshops you will learn how the workflow for Open Access publications in Wiley's hybrid journals works. Authors will also receive tips on how to optimise the publication process.

The one-hour workshop can be attended free of charge on one of three dates:

22 February 2024, 9:00-10:00 am
11 March 2024, 14:00-15:00 pm
19 March 2024, 9:00-10:00 am

The workshops will be conducted in English. Please register online to receive the link to attend.

Opening hours during semester break

Main Library
05.02.2024 – 23.02.2024: 8:30 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.
Shrove Tuesday, 13.02.2024: 8:30 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.

Subject Libraries
Inffeld und NAWI
05.02.2024 – 23.02.2024: 8:30 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.

You can return books at any time to the return boxes in front of the entrance to the main library and subject libraries.

We wish you a happy semester break!

Spotlight: Predatory Practices

A whole month on one topic! The Spotlight format brings you information about library services. In focus this time: Predatory practices.

So-called predatory publishers pretend to offer publishing services to researchers, but then fail to provide them. Examples of services that are not provided include peer review, editorial work or adequate archiving of scholarly articles. Publishing in predatory journals or attending predatory conferences not only costs researchers money, but can also severely damage their reputation.

With this Spotlight, the Library is helping researchers avoid the trap of predatory publishers. Informative social media posts, a one-hour event with a Q&A session, and a detailed blog post provide comprehensive information on how to protect yourself from such practices.

Spotting Predatory Practices in Publishing
16 January 2024, 10:00-11:00 am
Online via Webex
Language: English
Registration online
Please, find all details on the event on the library's event page.

24-hour pick-up service for the subject libraries

The 24-hour pick-up service is now available for books from the NAWI and Inffeld subject libraries.

To have your books automatically delivered to you via the pick-up-service, please provide the library with your mobile phone number by e-mail, telephone or in person at the circulation desk.

NAWI Subject Library:
fbnawi.bibliotheknoSpam@tugraz.at, 0316 873 6177

Inffeld Subject Library:
fbinff.bibliotheknoSpam@tugraz.at, 0316 873 4165

Activation is only valid for the location to which you have sent your number. If you wish to use the service at a different location, please register there separately.

Reservations made at subject libraries may take one to two days to be ready for collection at the pick-up station.

We make sure your data is processed in compliance with data protection. You can withdraw your consent to use this service at any time.

Information on how to use the pick-up service for the Main Library can be found here.

 

Opening hours during Christmas holidays

Main Library
22.12.2023 – 05.01.2024 | 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM

Inffeld Subject Library
27.12.2023 – 05.01.2024 | 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM

NAWI Subject Library
27. – 29.12.2023 | closed
02. – 05.01.2024 | 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM

All library branches will be closed for the public holidays on 25 and 26 December 2023 and 1 January 2024.

You can return books at any time to the return boxes in front of the entrance to the main library and subject libraries.

We wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year!

Open Access Funding for FWF Projects

From 1 January 2024, the Open Access team of TU Graz will take over the processing of FWF Open Access funding.

The FWF’s Peer-Reviewed Publications program will be replaced by the FWF Open Access Block Grant, which is administered through the Library's Open Access Team. From 1 January 2024, please contact the Open Access team directly before submitting articles from FWF-funded projects. Authors will no longer need to submit an application to the FWF.

All details on eligible publications, requirements and processing can be found on the library’s open access page.

Legal and Ethical Aspects of Research Data, and Data Management Plans

The RDM team is hosting an event on the legal and ethical aspects of research data on 7 December.

This event will introduce and deal with legal aspects of digital objects necessitating data management planning. There are requirements for research results to meet privacy, confidentiality and cultural considerations. You will hear details on legal bases for digital objects created or managed during the research process featuring talks by several legal experts. In addition, the new DMP tool will be introduced.

Legal and Ethical Aspects of Research Data, and Data Management Plans
07.12.2023, 9:00–11:00 AM
Inffeld Subject Library, Inffeldgasse 10
Language: English

Registration online

NEW: Feedback Wall

We value your opinion: send us your ideas, comments and requests via the new digital Feedback Wall.

The feedback wall is available online. In addition, you will find stands with a QR code at all library locations that will direct you to the feedback wall.

We look forward to your feedback and will do our best to put your ideas into practice.

Spotlight: Reference managers

A whole month on one topic! The Spotlight format brings you information about library services. This time it's all about reference management software.

Reference managers can make your study and research life much easier: collect and process all your references, annotate PDFs, easily export your bibliography to a word processor of your choice and much more.

The Library's Spotlight on Reference Managers gives you an easy introduction to the subject, and you can learn valuable tips and tricks about the software through informative articles, our social media channels, our blog, YouTube videos and a Coffee Lecture.

Coffee Lecture: "LaTex und Literaturverwaltungsprogramme" (in German)
23.02.2023, 13:30-13:45
Main Library, 4th floor group room
Free coffee and cookies included!
No registration required.

Avoiding rejection: Successfully Navigating the Publishing Process

Join TU Graz Library and Victoria Babbit from Taylor & Francis on 16 November to find out how to publish successfully in a journal!

Each year millions of articles are rejected by journals. While experiencing rejection in the publishing process is a normal aspect of every researcher’s work life, there are ways to reduce the rate of rejection.

This workshop looks at some of the main reasons for articles being rejected and provides tips for avoiding that fate. The workshop will look specifically at journal selection, manuscript preparation, publishing ethics, and the peer-review process.

Successfully Navigating the Publishing Process
16.11.2023, 10:30 am–12:00 pm
Online via Webex
Lecturer: Victoria Babbit (Taylor & Francis)
Language: English

Registration online

 

OPEN Access: How to Publish OPEN at TU Graz

On 9 November OPENness Initiative and TU Graz Library offer an event about how to publish open at TU Graz.

Do you want to publish your thesis, papers or even book open but you need more information on how to do this? At “How to publish OPEN at TU Graz”, you will have the opportunity to learn more about the Open Access services of the TU Graz library. You will meet the library's Open Access experts and they will explain the support they can offer you.

Students, researchers, teachers and administrative staff, everybody interested in the open activities at TU Graz is invited to join.

An event by OPENness Initiative in collaboration with TU Graz Library and Archives.

How to Publish OPEN at TU Graz
09.11.2023, 11:00 am–1:00 pm
Inffeldgasse 11, Magna Steyr Hörsaal (New location!)
Lecturers: Dr. Ulrike Krießmann, Franz Pichler, Dipl. Ing. Elisabeth Rosenberger
Language: English

Registration online

Book Sale

  • Tuesday, October 17, 2023
  • 10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
  • Main Library, Technikerstraße 4/Ground floor, 8010 Graz

We are selling outdated editions of our textbook collection and extra copies of various fields. 

Price: 1 €, 2 € or 5 € per book

The revenue is used to buy new textbooks.

Programme WS 2023/24

All events organised by the library and its partners at a glance: From coffee lectures for students to the library’s popular book sale and online workshops on publication-related topics for researchers, there is something for everyone in the programme!

You can either download the event programme for students (in German) and for researchers or pick up a handy A5 card at one of our library branches. All event details are also available on our website.

We look forward to seeing you at one or more of our events!

Course for doctoral students

With 'Finding scientific information and publishing your research', the Library offers PhD students a course on the 'research lifecycle' - fully online.

From effective research to choosing the right journal for your research and using research data: The seminar 'Finding scientific information and publishing your research results' offers PhD students in particular an intensive introduction to areas of scientific work on the way to their own publication. Participants will learn how to develop their own research strategies, how to distinguish between serious and predictive publishers, how to increase their visibility in the scientific community and how to deal with their own and other people's research data.

The course starts on 5 October. Registration closes on 4 October.

Register now via TUGRAZonline!

„Scheinklimaschutz überwinden“: Lecture by Reinhard Steurer

As part of the event series "Österreich liest. Treffpunkt Bibliothek", Reinhard Steurer, Professor of Climate Policy at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna will talk about superficial climate protection and how we can overcome it.

Despite 30 years of climate policy, we continue to exacerbate the climate crisis. For decades, we have been addressing the climate crisis psychologically rather than physically, including fooling ourselves into believing that we are seriously working on solutions, while primarily preserving our fossil lifestyle. In his talk, Reinhard Steurer will explain how society can overcome this superficial climate protection and what really helps.

„Scheinklimaschutz überwinden – Wie wir das Klima-Chaos verhindern können“

Lecture by Reinhard Steurer
Wednesday, October 18, 2023, 7:00 PM
Main Library, Technikerstraße 4, 8010 Graz
Welcome and moderation: Ulrike Krießmann
Buffet and live music

Registration online requested

Admission free

Spotlight: Literature Search

In our Spotlight in June, find out everything about literature search: from searching in the TU Graz LibrarySearch to databases and the latest search tools on the World Wide Web.

With the spotlight on literature search, the library offers an easy introduction to the topic. Informative posts provide you with valuable tips and tricks on search tools and search strategies – through our social media channels as well as through a coffee lecture and our blog. Stay tuned this month and visit us here on the website, on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.

Literature search tools: SearchSmart, Web of Science, Open Knowledge Maps, Citavi and more.
Coffee Lecture (free coffee and cookies for all participants)
14 June 2023, 13:30-13:45
Main Library, Group Room, 4th floor
In German

On 13 June, the “Long Night against Procrastination” will also take place in the Main Library. You will have the opportunity to work on your project all night, get advice on literature search and writing, and attend breakout sessions. Registration via the TeachCenter.

Training on Campus: Maximising the use of CAS SciFinder-n

On the 5th and 6th of June, the TU Graz Library offers a training series on the database CAS SciFinder-n with Ralf Heim and Lena Blumenthal – suitable for beginners and advanced users.

CAS SciFinder-n is a specialised database for chemistry and related fields such as chemical engineering, materials science, pharmacology, biology and biotechnology. It allows you to search for literature references, substances and reactions. We have invited Ralf Heim and Lena Blumenthal, experts in CAS SciFinder-n, to give the training sessions.

The training sessions will take place over two consecutive days (5 and 6 June) and will consist of the following optional modules:

Monday, 5 June:
13:00-14:00: The New SciFinder-n Platform / Fundamentals (A1)
14:15-15:15: Searching for Substances & Reactions / Best Practice (A2)
15:30-16:30: Organic Chemistry & Synthesis Planning / Advanced Search Strategies (B1)
16:45-18:00: Hands-on Training / Open Discussion with CAS SciFinder-n Experts (S1)

Tuesday, 6 June
12:30-13:30: Searching for Applied Chemistry & Advanced Materials (B2)
13:45-14:45: Unlock the full Potential of Text Searching (B3)
15:00-16:00: Unlock the full Potential of Substance Searching (B4)

The trainings take place at Campus Neue Technik, Kopernikusgasse 24, in lecture hall H "Ulrich Santner".

During the event, participants will have the opportunity to ask questions. You are also welcome to send your questions in advance by email.

Please register for the training sessions by email to service.bibliotheknoSpam@tugraz.at, indicating the modules (A1-B4) you wish to attend. Registered participants will receive the presentation slides by email after the session.

The training sessions will be held in German or English if necessary. The speakers will adapt to the language preference of the participants.

Copyright and exploitation rights when publishing

On May 23rd, the library will host a talk by lawyer Dr. Rainer Beck on copyright in the university context.

At this event, you will receive information on the following topics:

  • Copyright and exploitation rights when publishing
  • Copyright and research data
  • Self archiving and repositories
  • Publishing contracts and what to consider
  • Using AI such as Chat GPT in research
  • Cumulative theses

There will be an opportunity to ask questions during the event. You are also welcome to send your questions in advance to service.bibliothek@tugraz.at.

The talk will take place on May 23rd from 2:30 to 4:30 pm in the lecture hall HS i6, Inffeldgasse 25D, 1st floor, and will also be streamed live.

Link to the stream: http://bitly.ws/DAIc

We kindly ask you to register by email at service.bibliothek@tugraz.at. Everyone who has registered will receive the slides by email afterwards.

The talk is held in German.

New Open-Access Website & Publishing Agreements

The library's open access website has been newly revised and is now also available in English.

The website with the new design can be accessed via www.openaccess.tugraz.at/en. There, you also find information about the new publishing agreements with Oxford University Press and Taylor & Francis, in whose journals corresponding authors from TU Graz publish now without any additional costs. Additionally, since 2023, the library supports Subscribe to Open for the "Pacific Journal of Mathematics" published by MSP.

All news on open access and new publishing agreements in German and English can be found in the news section of the open-access website.

Spotlight: Visibility & Impact

The spotlight in April focuses on the topic of visibility and impact! Learn more about how to increase the visibility of your research in blog posts, workshops, and tutorials.

To position your research work best within the scientific community, there are various strategies. With this month's spotlight, you can learn more about author profiles, persistent identifiers - specifically about ORCID - and other ways to maximize your impact.

With informative articles and events, the library offers an introduction to the topic with the spotlight. We provide valuable input on what you can do to increase your visibility and impact in workshops, lectures, blog posts, and our social media channels. Stay tuned this month and visit us on the library blog, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

Workshop „Maximize your Impact – Author Profiles and Persistent Identifiers”

  • Wednesday, April 19, 2023, 2:00-3:00 PM
  • Online via Webex
  • Language: English
  • No registration required

Coffee Lecture "ORCID - What and Why?" (short presentation)

  • Wednesday, April 26, 2:00-2:15 PM
  • Online via BigBlueButton
  • Language: English
  • No registration required

Opening hours during the Easter holidays

Main Library

Mon, 03.04. – Thu, 06.04.2019, 8:30 A.M. – 6:00 P.M.
Good Friday: 07.04., 8:30 A.M. – 1:00 P.M.
Easter Monday, 10.04.: closed
Tue, 11.04.– Fri, 14.04., 8:30 A.M. – 6:00 P.M.

Subject Libraries Inffeld and NAWI

Mon, 03.04. – Thu, 06.04.: 8:30 A.M. – 6:00 P.M.
Good Friday: 07.04., 8:30 A.M. – 1:00 P.M.
Easter Monday, 10.04.: closed
Tue, 11.04. – Thu, 13.04.: 8:30 AM – 6:00 P.M.
Fri, 14.04.: 8:30 AM – 1:00 P.M.

You can return books at any time to the return boxes in front of the entrance to the main library and subject libraries.

To pick up books at our pick-up station on the same day, please reserve them at least 30 minutes before the library closes. Reservations we receive after that will be ready for you at the next working day.

We wish you a happy Easter holiday!

New e-books: Cambridge University Press

The library is expanding its e-book collection: all titles in the "Science, Technology, Medicine" collection from Cambridge University Press have recently become available to you.

The collection comprises of roughly 11,000 titles from the last six years and is available until the end of 2023. After that, the library will acquire the most-used e-books permanently.

You find all titles as usual via the search bar in TU Graz LibrarySearch. In addition, we present the entire collection in our “display window”. This allows you to exclusively browse the included titles and to search for specific keywords within the collection.

Spotlight: Reference managers

A whole month on one topic! The new format "Spotlight" offers you information about library services. This time in February: Reference managers.

Reference managers can significantly ease your everyday study and research life: collect and process all your literature references, annotate PDFs, easily export your bibliography to a word processing program of your choice and much more.

With the spotlight on reference managers, the library offers you an easy introduction to the topic. In informative posts, you will learn valuable tips and tricks about the programs - through our social media channels, our website, as well as through coffee lectures and blog posts. Stay tuned this month and visit us here on the website, on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.

Coffee Lectures - Short lecture with coffee:

How your thesis (almost) writes itself! Optimal use of Citavi and Mendeley (15 minutes)
16.02.2023, 3:00 P.M., online via BigBlueButton
22.02.2023, 11:00 A.M., Subject Library Inffeld, group room 1st floor
23.02.2023, 2:00 P.M., Main Library, group room 4th floor

No registration required. The Coffee Lectures will be held in German. At the library locations, there is free coffee for all participants at the coffee lectures.