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TIB minted the probably first Digital Object Identifier (DOI) for a conference with DataCite


A look back at the year 2020 from the TIB's perspective and what the TIB has achieved is available online in "Our highlights of the year"


TIB participates again with lectures


TIB is featured in the magazine of the L3S Research Center with the OER portal twillo, the AV-Portal and the topic of digital learning and working


we would briefly and clearly explain the TIB's diverse range of topics?


Lower Saxony State Office for the Preservation of Monuments and TIB enter into media partnership


Summary of the webinar series “Doing science in times of crisis: Science studies perspectives on COVID-19” organized by CWTS and TIB


TIB employees are also happy to answer questions in individual discussions after the "Book a Scientist" event


Funding of student assistants for the digitisation of seminars


A short foray into maths videos in the TIB AV-Portal on the occasion of the annually celebrated International Mathematics Day and Pi Day on 14 March


A new video from the open-access.network project explains the basics of Open Access in one minute


Leibniz researchers answer questions on topics that relate to our everyday lives


TIB congratulates the free online encyclopaedia on its anniversary and celebrates free knowledge and openess together with Wikipedia


Current issue of the journal “Bibliothek: Forschung und Praxis“ with four TIB contributions


Individual assistance with researching and publishing scientific films in the TIB AV-Portal


Over 30,000 videos are now available on the TIB AV-Portal


German-language forum for exchange for practitioners: agile working in libraries


In the TIB-Blog we introduce the most important milestones and features of the AV-Portal that have been realised since September 2018


From scholarly communication to data treasures, digital preservation of species and personalised medicine to Open Access


The TIB AV-Portal offers thousands of scientific films, which can be easily viewed and reused thanks to free licensing


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