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Introduction to literature research

Course

This course is about the application of basic research strategies and the most important databases in veterinary medicine. You will also gain an insight into the library's main services. The course can be attended by students and all members of the TiHo and is particularly suitable for doctoral students at the beginning of their doctorate. The online course (MS Teams) takes place by appointment and lasts approx. 2 hours.
Please send your appointment request for this course by e-mail to hans-juergen.osigus@tiho-hannover.de or   karolin.skiba@tiho-hannover.de

 

Literature management with Endnote

General questions

Do you have general questions regarding the use of EndNote 21? Please contact:

Dr. Hans Jürgen Osigus (hans-juergen.osigus@tiho-hannover.de+49 511 953-7117)
or Karolin Skiba (karolin.skiba@tiho-hannover.de/ +49 511 953-7111). 

EndNote 21 course

In this course you will get to know the basics of the literature management programme EndNote 21. The course can be taken by students and all members of the TiHo and is particularly suitable for doctoral students at the beginning of their doctorate. The online course (MS Teams) takes place by appointment and lasts approx. 2 hours. Please send your request for this course by e-mail to:
karolin.skiba@tiho-hannover.de

Notes on use

The TiHo has licensed the EndNote 21 software for all university members. For the installation of EndNote, please use only the installation files provided by us.

Literature management with Zotero

Zotero

The free and platform-independent software Zoterooffers you good integration with the browser and the current version of Microsoft Office. Zoterois freely available for download or can also be installed via the IDS software pool.

Zotero is a collection of possibly helpful scientific databases. The library team is happy to receive suggestions for additions.

Additional information

Literature management programmes in comparison

Other free and web-based tools for literature management:

Literature management programmes in comparison

Literature management programmes in comparison

Other free and web-based tools for literature management:

Introduction to research data management

Course

Here, you will learn about approaches for the structured and sustainable handling of scientific data sets. You will also gain insights into various aspects of research data management and Open Science. This course can be taken by students and all members of the TiHo and is particularly suitable for doctoral students at the beginning of their doctorate or new scientific staff. The online course (MS Teams) takes place by appointment and lasts approx. 2 hours.
Please send your request for this course by e-mail to: karolin.skiba@tiho-hannover.de

Further information on research data management

You can get a quick overview about the topic here: Research data
Do you have specific questions regarding your research project? Contact our TiHo advisory body for research data management!

External access to library resources

Would you like to access TiHo-licensed content from home/on the move?
You can find instructions here:

External access to the campus network

Online offer library time

During the library time, every Monday from 13:30-16:00 we meet online via MS Teams to work together in a concentrated way. Whether it's studying for an upcoming exam or writing your dissertation, everyone is welcome!

Participation can be done easily via this Link.

Coffee-Lectures

Laptop und Kaffeetasse stehen nebeneinander auf dem Tisch

Unfortunately, our Coffee Lectures cannot take place in their usual form in the coming semester. We are currently working on a new concept.

 

Working with MS Word and MS Excel

Courses on the use of MS Word or MS Excel are offered by the Society of Friends of the TiHo

 

Additional information

Studtools – Digital aids for your studies

The brochure „Studtools – Digitale Hilfen für dein Studium“ was published by topic area 13 of the eCULT+  project and provides tips for online learning.

 

Upcoming online courses

  • Mon 22.07.2024, 09:30-11:30: Introduction to research data management
  • Wed 24.07.2024, 13:30-15:30: Literature management with EndNote

Would you like to attend? / Would you like to participate, but the listed date does not suit you?
In both cases, please contact Karolin Skiba