Library trainings and workshops: choose your menu!

Check out our new guide for an overview of all the trainings, workshops and presentations the Library has to offer. Choose your menu depending on your profile and appetite!

  • For starters, we suggest introductions to better know the Library, its services and collections.
  • Continue with more substantial trainings to learn about Zotero – a bibliographic reference manager –, research data management, and open access.
  • For dessert, toppings are very short presentations on a specific subject such as Unpaywall or Creative Commons licenses.

Check out the calendar and register now!

We can also offer personalised support – make an appointment with a librarian through the “Tête-à-tête” form.

Enjoy your meal!


Our menu: https://libguides.graduateinstitute.ch/library_courses_trainings_workshops

Illustration: Menu, by stokpic (Pixabay license)

Bonne année ! / Happy new year!

“Le début est la partie la plus importante du travail.” – Platon

La Bibliothèque vous souhaite une très belle année 2021 et vous accueille à nouveau dès le jeudi 7 janvier à 8 h 00.

“The beginning is the most important part of the work.” – Plato

The Library wishes a safe and prosperous new year and will welcome you back on January 7 at 08:00.

Illustration: pixabay, AnnaliseArt

swisscovery goes live!

Thank you for bearing with us while we were migrating to our new catalogue to the Swiss Library Service Plateform (SLSP). All services should now be active again, including loans, orders, etc. Some disruptions and delays are still to be expected, while we get used to the new system.

Please take some time to discover swisscovery IHEID, our new research interface. If you have not done so yet, please register your account for the new catalogue by following the instructions posted previously.

So, what next? In the near future, we will share some information on how to use this new catalogue with maximum efficiency. In January, you should also notice an important expansion of our digital resources through agreements with major e-journal publishers. We hope you like the changes, and wish you the best for the last weeks of a difficult year.