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Subject-specific training courses

Anthropology/European ethnology

Course content

  • general use of the University Library
  • the different steps involved in scholarly research
  • electronic research resources (catalogues, databases, electronic journals)
  • subject-specific use of Munich's scholarly libraries (printed and electronic media)

Target group

Students and postgraduate doctoral candidates of anthropology and European ethnology.

Schedule

We are happy to arrange courses to take place within the framework of an existing seminar, or for student study groups. In such cases please contact Nicola Moosauer by e-mail at nicola.moosauer@ub.uni-muenchen.de.

Art history, music and theater studies

Course content

  • the different steps involved in scholarly research
  • subject-specific use of Munich's scholarly libraries (printed and electronic media)

Target group

Students and research assistants of the subjects art history, musicology and theater studies

Schedule

We are happy to arrange courses to take place within the framework of an existing seminar, or for student study groups. In such cases please contact the subject librarian benjamin.auberer@ub.uni-muenchen.de.

Biology

Course content

  • general use of the University Library
  • subject-specific databases
  • subject-specific electronic journals

Target group

Students and postgraduate doctoral candidates of biology

Schedule

We are happy to arrange courses to take place within the framework of an existing seminar, or for student study groups. Please contact Ms. Trapp by e-mail at nikola.trapp@ub.uni-muenchen.de.

Chemistry, pharmacy

Course content

  • general use of the University Library
  • subject-specific databases
  • subject-specific electronic journals

Target group

Students and postgraduate doctoral candidates of chemistry and pharmacy

Schedule

We are happy to arrange courses to take place within the framework of an existing seminar, or for student study groups. Please contact Dr. Will by e-mail at andreas.will@ub.uni-muenchen.de.

Communication studies

Course content

  • general use of the University Library
  • the different steps involved in scholarly research
  • electronic research resources (catalogues, databases, electronic journals)
  • subject-specific use of Munich's scholarly libraries (printed and electronic media)

Target group

Students and postgraduate doctoral candidates of media and communication studies.

Schedule

We are happy to arrange courses to take place within the framework of an existing seminar, or for student study groups. In such cases please contact Nicola Moosauer by e-mail at nicola.moosauer@ub.uni-muenchen.de.

Computer science

Course content

  • general use of the University Library
  • subject-specific databases
  • subject-specific electronic journals

Target group

Students and postgraduate doctoral candidates of computer science

Schedule

We are happy to arrange courses to take place within the framework of an existing seminar, or for student study groups. Please contact Ms. Ziegler by e-mail at caroline.ziegler@ub.uni-muenchen.de.

Earth sciences

Course content

  • general use of the University Library
  • subject-specific databases
  • subject-specific electronic journals

Target group

Students and postgraduate doctoral candidates of earth sciences

Schedule

We are happy to arrange courses to take place within the framework of an existing seminar, or for student study groups. Please contact Ms. Geißelmann by e-mail at agnes.geisselmann@ub.uni-muenchen.de.

History, archaeology

Course content

  • the different steps involved in scholarly research
  • subject-specific use of Munich's scholarly libraries (printed and electronic media)
  • electronic research resources in history, archaeology and the fine arts (catalogues, databases, internet)

Target group

Students and postgraduate doctoral candidates of the humanities

Schedule

We are happy to arrange courses to take place within the framework of an existing seminar, or for student study groups. Please contact Dr. Kondziella by e-mail at verena.kondziella@ub.uni-muenchen.de.

Law

Target group

Students and postgraduate doctoral candidates of law

Schedule

The courses on jurisprudential literature research are offered by the Rechtsinformatikzentrum of the faculty of law.

Rechtsinformatikzentrum der Juristischen Fakultät
contact: ri-kurse@jura.uni-muenchen.de

 

Mathematics

Course content

  • general use of the University Library
  • subject-specific databases
  • subject-specific electronic journals

Target group

Students and postgraduate doctoral candidates of mathematics

Schedule

We are happy to arrange courses to take place within the framework of an existing seminar, or for student study groups. Please contact Ms Teichert by e-mail at astrid.teichert@ub.uni-muenchen.de.

Medicine: Literature searching for first-years

Course content

  • How to search for books on medicine
  • How to access electronic books

The course will be held in German.

Target group

Students of medicine (pre-clinic)

Meeting point

Physiologikum (Physiology Centre), Pettenkoferstraße 14, large computer room (F 0.12)

Schedule

Upcoming dates will be available at the start of the semester.

No advance booking necessary.

 

Philologies: Methodology of scholarly research

Target group

The lecture series is aiming at B.A. students of the Faculty of Languages and Literatures (course: „Schlüsselqualifikation: Informationskompetenz“)

Schedule

See course catalogue (LSF).

Philosophy

Course content

  • the different steps involved in scholarly research
  • subject-specific use of Munich's scholarly libraries (printed and electronic media)
  • electronic research resources in philosophy (catalogues, databases, internet)

Target group

Students of philosophy

Schedule

We are happy to arrange courses to take place within the framework of an existing seminar, or for student study groups. In such cases please contact the subject library team by e-mail at theophil@ub.uni-muenchen.de.

Physics

Course content

  • general use of the University Library
  • subject-specific databases
  • subject-specific electronic journals

Target group

Students and postgraduate doctoral candidates of physics

Schedule

We are happy to arrange courses to take place within the framework of an existing seminar, or for student study groups. Please contact Ms. Trapp by e-mail at nikola.trapp@ub.uni-muenchen.de.

Political science

Course content

  • general use of the University Library
  • the different steps involved in scholarly research
  • electronic research resources (catalogues, databases, electronic journals)
  • subject-specific use of Munich's scholarly libraries (printed and electronic media)

Target group

Students and postgraduate doctoral candidates of political science.

Schedule

We are happy to arrange courses to take place within the framework of an existing seminar, or for student study groups. In such cases please contact Nicola Moosauer by e-mail at nicola.moosauer@ub.uni-muenchen.de.

Psychology, education, sociology

Course content

  • general use of the University Library
  • developing research strategies
  • subject-specific databases
  • subject-specific electronic journals

Target group

Various courses are available for first-years, advanced students and doctoral candidates of psychology, education and sociology.

Schedule

We are happy to arrange courses to take place within the framework of an existing seminar, or for student study groups.  In such cases please contact the subject library team by e-mail at pps@ub.uni-muenchen.de.

Theology, religious studies

Course content

  • the different steps involved in scholarly research
  • subject-specific use of Munich's scholarly libraries (printed and electronic media)
  • electronic research resources in theology and religious studies (catalogues, databases, internet)

Target group

Students of theology and religious studies

Schedule

We are happy to arrange courses to take place within the framework of an existing seminar, or for student study groups. In such cases please contact the subject library team by e-mail at theophil@ub.uni-muenchen.de.

Veterinary medicine

Course content

  • general use of the University Library
  • subject-specific databases
  • subject-specific electronic journals

Target group

Students and postgraduate doctoral candidates of veterinary medicine

Schedule

Upcoming dates will be available at the start of the semester.

Meeting point

University Library training room in the Zentralbibliothek (Main Library), ground floor, room F002

No advance booking necessary.

Location on the floor plan (LMU Raumfinder)