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In Spring semester 2020, we offer several library courses and database instructions.
All content that is available on uni.recht.ch can already be accessed as well on Swisslex.
The next event of our reading series will see Simone Lappert reading from «Der Sprung» on Thursday, 28 November 2019. The reading will be in German.
MPIL offers you access to the databases Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law (MPEiPro) and Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (MPEPIL).
The University of St. Gallen replaced its authentication system SWITCHHaai with the new SWITCH edu-ID on July 17, 2019. For library users this will change how to access the Ebook Central platform.
You can now access Swissdox, a newspaper archive offering access to more than 270 news sources from Switzerland.
Now you can find the most important French-language commentaries together with other Helbing Lichtenhahn publications in legalis.
The next event of our reading series will see Kristine Bilkau reading from «Eine Liebe, in Gedanken» on Thursday, 21 February 2019. The reading will be in German.
Two new databases are available from November 2018 on: Westlaw International and Westlaw UK.
You can now access ecommerceDB.com, a data portal containing revenue data of more than 5,000 online shops worldwide, as well as Statista Global Consumer Survey, containing research on consumer behaviour and media use worldwide.
The next event of our reading series will see Hansjörg Schertenleib reading from «Die Fliegengöttin» on Tuesday, 30 October 2018. The reading will be in German.
What is an H-index? How can I use data mining in the library? What alternatives to Swisslex are available for research in law?
Starting this autumn semester, the EBookShelf app will be available on the large touch screen in the library’s entrance area.
As of this Autumn Semester, you can chat with the library on WhatsApp. You can reach us during our opening hours on 079 836 87 76. We are looking forward to your messages!
Until 30 April 2019, you have access to more than 10'000 e-books from several collections by Elsevier («Finance», «Social Sciences», «Computer Sciences», «Mathematics», «Medicine», «Environmental Sciences» etc.).
Smartphones can be charged wirelessly on our standing desks on the ground floor. For smartphones not supporting Qi charging, receiver available at the circulation desk.
The "textbook collection" will be discontinued, all textbooks are integrated into our regular collection.
The next event of our reading series will be on World Book Day on Monday, 23 April 2018. The reading will be in German.