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3 days, more than 100 contributions from over 200 active persons make up a 70-hour programme for 1,200 participants – a first positive conclusion


TIB present with webinars and digital dialogue


The German Library Association and Deutsche Telekom Stiftung honour TIB in recognition of its outstanding work


Most of the videos are now available in the TIB AV-Portal: long-term archived, provided with licenses for reuse and a DOI


TIB's AV-Portal successfully accredited by the Europeana Aggregator Forum


OER-Portal Niedersachsen starts beta test at www.oernds.de


Lower Saxony as partner state of the largest foreign cultural festival in Estonia


The current issue of the TIB-News informs about Digital Object Identifier, ten years of DataCite and the TIB activities in the field of research data


21st International Conference on Grey Literature: Experts discuss grey literature in Hannover


Project partners discuss milestones and tasks at kick-off meeting


An interview with Prof. em. Dr. Georg Rüppell from Braunschweig


The 21st International Conference on Grey Literature (GL21) will take place on 22 and 23 October 2019 in Hannover


Best Paper Award for the paper "Understanding, Categorizing and Predicting Semantic Image-Text Relations"


Presentation on TIB's AV portal: reliable access to scientific films and videos in higher education teaching


Cooperation between TIB and OA publisher Copernicus enables publication of video abstracts in the AV portal and their display directly in the article


Review of the Digital Salon on the various aspects of the handling of research data


Celebrating the 5th anniversary of the AV-Portal, some cooperation partners and publisher of scientific videos introduce themselves


We organise tomorrow’s knowledge – and support the different stages of research in science and industry


Lambert Heller of the TIB talks about FAIR principles and their importance for open science in an interview with Nature Index


In the TIB blog, we look back on the life and work of the Nobel Laureate in Chemistry