The library offers trainings for students and members of ZU. In addition to basic library introductions, further, as well as more in-depth information on, among other things, research techniques and databases is offered.
Current training dates
It is one of our main tasks to support students in the acquisition and expansion of their search and information competences. Therefore, we regularly offer the following tutorials:
We offer a personal information session to new scientists and scholars for a brief introduction to our library.
In addition, we provide an overview of new tools and research sources within the framework of special training offers. Upon request, we are also happy to visit your course.
To supplement and refresh the introductions to library use, the library offers information on literature research. Below you will find some useful information offers on the topic of literature research and scientific work:
ILIAS - The Open Source Learning Management System
ILIAS is an open source e-learning learning platform and offers a flexible learning and working environment with integrated tools. Various learning and working materials can be provided via the platform.
Lotse - Library Online Tour and Self-Paced Education
Via Lotse you can find articles and link lists around the topic of literature research and scientific work. Parallel to this, there is also a Lotse YouTube channel. Lotse is maintained by the ULB Münster.
ZBW - Leibniz Information Center for Economics
The ZBW is a specialized library for economic literature and the world's largest research infrastructure for economic literature with a supra-regional mission.
ULB Münster - Lotse Citation
Via the Lotse website of Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Münster* (ULB), you will find information about citation and scientific work. Topics such as citation styles, bibliographies or "What gets cited?" are covered. An article on the topic of "Citing electronic sources" is also available.
*Münster University and State Library
The books listed can be found under their respective shelf numbers in the library's collection. Some titles may be located on the Study Tips subject shelf (New Acquisitions Shelf). Books are available for loan unless otherwise noted.
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