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September 2017 Ι PRIMO Search – Our new library catalogue
Beta version ouf our new library catalogue is live!

A good research opens up knowledge!
We encourage our library users to test the new PRIMO Search.
More information about the new search platform and about how to get involved here.


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November 2016 | New entry platform for academic e-journals

Can‘t find a journal in our catalogue or databases? Try Electronic Journals Library (EZB).
Electronic Journals Library (EZB) enables students and employees of the University of Liechtenstein to see if the journal is available electronically and for what period we have licensed it. A simple system helps you.
Find online access to Electronic Journals Library (EZB) and more information or tutorials here.




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November 2016 | ALL YOU CAN READ

The library offers students and employees of the University of Liechtenstein free use of all e-books published by HERDT Campus. The HERDT “All-you-can-read” product offers a wide range of learning materials in the field of information technology.

List of topics

  • Windows
  • Office
  • Graphic Design, Image Processing, DTP, Web
  • CAD
  • Share, Outlook, Notes, Skype, Lync, GroupWise
  • Systems/Networks
  • Programming
  • HTML/CSS/XML; JavaScript/PHP; Content Management Systems
  • Databases
  • and many more.

Access is granted within the campus network or via VPN Citrix. Users have to register first to be able to read or download e-books. For further information read the tutorial on the library website.

 


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April 2016 | The library considerably expands its ebook collection

Effectively immediately, students and employees of the University of Liechtenstein have access to more than 45 000 ebooks from 100 different publishers on the platform Ebook Central. This way, users will be actively involved in the inventory build-up of the library. 

The ebooks can be borrowed for one day or one week and downloaded to personal computers or mobile devices. Access is granted within the campus network or via VPN Citrix.