Zotero, a free and open-source reference management software for bibliographic data and research materials, was created at the Center for History and New Media (now Roy Rosenzweig CHNM) in Fairfax Virginia, USA. The project was initially funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Alfred P. Sloan […]
When the Library doesn’t have the books that someone needs and it’s not possible to buy them (mostly when books are out of print), InterLibrary loans come to the rescue. EUI members may request up to 80 InterLibrary loans a year. The colleagues in charge of InterLibrary loans (or ILLs) are very busy all year round […]
Many of our print volumes have been moved out of the Library and into storage. Most, but not all, of these volumes are made up of our print journals and serials. However, don’t worry, they are available online for your consultation. Our ultimate goal is to create an upgraded Library environment with more work spaces for our users and […]
Tommaso Giordano’s career as a librarian started in 1972, when he joined the University of Florence. He worked at the EUI from 1983 to 2014, where he started as deputy director and then became Library director. This is a translated and abridged version of his lectio magistralis, held on 24 November 2017 at the general […]
The history of the EUI Library traineeships is an exciting one. Everything you always wanted to know is right here in this infographic. If you wish to apply for a traineeship in 2018/19, all the relevant information is available on our website.
The 6th edition of the EUI Library’s Research Data Guide was published on 1 March 2018. New content and updates relate to: preparation of datasets for inclusion in the EUI ResData repository; data management plans (DMPs); handling and use of research data during the project cycle; data protection and copyright; and compliance with EU research data requirements in Horizon 2020. The 6th edition of the Research Data Guide has ten sections: