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The University Library constantly acquires new e-books for the Library Science Collection. Bellow are some examples of our latest additions:
Digital Libraries by
Publication Date: 2010-01-06
Of vital interest to all librarians and information specialists, this book presents all aspects of the effects of digitization of today's and tomorrow's libraries. From social to technical issues, Digital Libraries includes chapters on the growth of the role of librarian, the reader experience, cataloging, search engines, OPAC, law, ergonomic studies, and the future of libraries.
World Guide to Libraries 2015
Publication Date: 2015-03-03
The 29th edition of the comprehensive World Guide to Libraries contains current addresses and detailed information on the holdings of a total of approx. 42,500 libraries in more than 200 countries. All types of libraries are covered. Besides contact details, entries include information regarding inter-library lending, library director, book, periodical and manuscript holdings, special holdings, areas of collection and much more.
The Grand Documentation by
Publication Date: 2015-04-17
Ernst Boerschmann was the most influential foreign architectural researcher in China in the first half of the twentieth century. This book concerns his three-year research expedition (1906-1909) through the Chinese Empire and the resulting publications, published in part by De Gruyter. Many of Boerschmann's sketches, blueprints, and photos are being published here for the first time.
Linked Data and User Interaction by
Publication Date: 2015-06-12
This collection of research papers provides extensive information on deploying services, concepts, and approaches for using open linked data from libraries and other cultural heritage institutions. With a special emphasis on how libraries and other cultural heritage institutions can create effective end user interfaces using open, linked data or other datasets. These papers are essential reading for any one interesting in user interface design or the semantic web.
E-books can be searched for in the catalogue via the same method used to find print material. To search for exclusively e-books, go to iDiscover and select the appropriate filter.