Our services during library closure
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Literature available from home
Students, teachers and other university employees have access to all e-resources available at VŠE: professional articles, ca. 200,000 e-books, millions of statistical data, overviews, profiles and data on companies and markets etc. For more information see https://library.vse.cz/resources.
For online access from home, please use the link mentioned above. After clicking on the title of a selected e-resource log in using your username and password to the Study Information System.
If you have any questions or if you need further advice, contact us via email@example.com.
Elsevier resources freely available until 30th August 2020
Until 30th August 2020 you can use the variety of resources made available by Elsevier to support universities, students and researchers. You find a collection of Elsevier monographs here. Then choose “Seznam knih” (“List of books”).
E-books published by Taylor & Francis
Until 30th June 2020 you can exploit a trial access to a complete collection of ebooks in science, technology, engineering, medicine, humanities and social science published by Taylor & Francis. All the ebooks within the Taylor & Francis Group platform are only for online usage with no possibility of downloading them.
Until 30th June 2020 you can use the collection of 75 000 ebooks in science, technology, engineering, medicine, humanities and social science published by De Gruyter.
Until 30th June 2020 is available the database Statista, which contains more than 1,5 million multi-disciplinary statistics, facts, market data, various reports, infographics and forecasts.
Training workshops – now online as webinars
Webinars take place via Microsoft Teams, the access code is tdf80tl. After the highly requested past events “How to quote properly” and “E-resources”, further webinars will be offered. See Events at VŠE.
Consultations are possible via Microsoft Teams. Use the access code tdf80tl or contact us as usual via firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can we help you?
Let us know, if you have any suggestions, how to improve or extend our online services. We are looking forward to receiving new ideas.