Finding your way through our new website

As you may have noticed, the Institute and the Library have released their new website on Monday. While navigation through the new design might be disconcerting for the first few days, remember that the Library is still accessible here:

http://www.graduateinstitute.ch/library

It can also be found through the quick navigation menu on any page of the Graduate Institute website:



The new design improves usability on smartphones, and all the information you used to get from the old site is still there.

To search for documents in our collections or databases, visit “Find resources”. Looking for practical information about the Library? Check out “Use the Library”. Do you need a guide or trainings on citation management or research data? Visit our “Learning & research support” page!

We hope you enjoy the new design – let us know of any suggestions!

The Fight for Justice in Afghanistan: the Memory Box Project

The Graduate Institute Library’s Davis Lounge is hosting an exhibition from 11 April to 10 May, illustrating the fight for truth and justice by the civil society in Afghanistan through a memorialisation project.

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Horaire d’examen / Exam Opening Hours

Du 6 au 12 avril, la Bibliothèque passe à l’horaire d’examen :

  • Samedi : 9 h – 23 h
  • Dimanche : 9 h – 19 h (Accès réservé à la communauté IHEID)
  • Lundi – vendredi : 8 h – 23 h

Library special exam opening hours from 6 to 12 April:

  • Saturday: 9 am – 11 pm
  • Sunday: 9 am – 7 pm (Access for the Graduate Institute community only)
  • Monday – Friday: 8 am – 11 pm

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Sustainability Week: a Look Through our Collections

The Library is happy to join the activities organised at the Institute for Sustainability Week from April 1 to 5. To celebrate the event, an exhibition is taking place in the Davis Lounge, where a selection of documents on the Environment will be exposed.

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