You are reading the first edition of the new EUI Library newsletter, #LibJab. #LibJab has an intentionally hybrid nature that allows a conversation between the Library and its users. Every item appearing in print can be found in the Library blog, where we encourage you to leave your comments. This will help us to better […]
The European Documentation Centre is part of the EUI Library since 1976 and is open to EUI researchers as well as to external users. It was conceived by the European Commission as one of the legal repositories across Europe of EU institutional publications and official documents. Its well-regarded collection ranges from official EU publications and […]
Fake news has been much in the real news recently but what’s new about that? Fake news has been around as long as the other sort of news but what has changed are the circumstances in which it is transmitted, which have put the existence of conventional newspapers themselves under threat. The sales of news-papers […]
Many eBooks are now available in the Library’s law collection. After Oxford University Press, Springer, Cambridge and Brill, now also Hart eBooks published in 2017 can be accessed through the catalogue. You can also find them in the Publication Finder. This trend towards eBooks only applies to recent years. Most of the law books can […]
It’s been 7 months since the implementation of the Book Delivery Service. Here’s how we do it.
An Open Access publication is immediately and freely available online, to read, download, copy, print, disseminate or search. As a publicly-funded institute, our aim is to increase the proportion of research publications in Open Access. The EUI Open Access Policy encourages its members to facilitate the dissemination of their published research by depositing it with […]