News galore on the Eastern front: Searching, subscribing to and requesting new materials on East and Southeast Europe
|Thursday, 20 January 2022||at 10:30|
|No on-site dates in the 1st half of 2022|
Do you wish to stay up to date comfortably about new literature and source materials becoming available on East and Southeast Europe? At the same time, do you wish to use the opportunity to suggest materials for acquisition, digitization or web archiving which have so far not or only scarcely been available, or to have a journal evaluated for article search?
The Specialised Information Service for Russian, East and Southeast European Studies at the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek offers a number of services which will bring the library’s extensive East European collection – one of the most important collections of its kind worldwide – literally "closer to you".
The webinar offers insight into the various possibilities of searching in targeted manner for newly acquired materials on East and Southeast Europe and of staying up to date by means of specialised subscription services. In addition, you can learn how and under what conditions you can have your own requests relating to gaps in the library holdings or other material requirements checked.
Since this is an interactive webinar with exercise units, we recommend taking part using a PC or a laptop computer.
With respect to this course, it is not possible to issue confirmations of participation.
- Recent acquisitions service "New Books and More on Eastern Europe"
- Articles database ARTOS with ARTOS AboService: Search and subscribe to articles and reviews on East and Southeast Europe
- Request-a-book service: Acquisition requests, digitization requests and much more
Target groups: Students, teachers and researchers of East and Southeast European studies, librarians and information professionals and generally everybody interested in Eastern, Eastern-Central and South-Eastern Europe
► To the webinar room
(You are asked to assign any desired guest name.)
(The webinar will be held in German.)
Please allow for around 1.5 hours duration of the course.
Access to the webinar room will be enabled 15 minutes before the scheduled start.