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Looking back on an eventful 2016
The next event of our reading series will see Doris Knecht reading from «Alles über Beziehungen» on Wednesday, 5 April 2017. The reading will be in German.
New furniture on the upper floor of the HSG Library
In Spring Semester 2017, we offer several library courses and database instructions.
Access to the complete journal archives of Cambridge University Press, de Gruyter and Oxford University Press is open to the general public in Switzerland. More than two million articles from 1770 to 2015 are freely available.
The next event of our reading series «Das andere Buch an der Uni», will see Judith Hermann reading from «Lettipark» on Thursday, 24 November 2016. The reading will be in German.
The e-book platform Ebrary is now called Ebook Central. The platform and its functionalities remain the same.
You can now search in the Metasearch database using citations. We also offer a new video-tutorial to introduce Metasearch.
Academic Writing Helpdesk at the HSG Library:Tuesdays 5 - 7 p.m. at the Search and Find Service
As of now, HSG students and staff can access the financial database Thomson Reuters Eikon. We have also licensed several new e-book portals and journal archives.
Study zone planned on the upper floor of the library in February 2017
We have taken advantage of the calm summer months to implement a variety of improvements for you.
New at the university? Curious about the library's services? Unsure about the library's opening hours?
Construction work in the library and in building 09 from the 25th of July until the 12th of September 2016
The next event of our reading series «Das andere Buch an der Uni», will see Yvonn Scherrer reading from «Hänglisch» on Thursday, 28 April 2016. The reading will be in Swiss German.
As of April 2016, you have access to more than 48'000 videos in this database.
Since February, our new Book Scanner is in Service. You can try it in the basement of the library.
Innovation in the HSG-Library thanks to students and staff