Thousands of ebooks produced by American universities
De Gruyter, a leading academic publishing house, has temporarily opened a huge collection of 75,000 electronic books to Masaryk University, including titles from prestigious North American universities and other partners.
There are more than 5,000 items in the field Business & Economics. Indicative numbers of titles by selected publishers are in the following table:
|Columbia University Press||274|
|Cornell University Press||52|
|Harvard University Press||273|
|Princeton University Press||512|
|University of California Press*||16|
|University of Chicago Press*||290|
|University of Pennsylvania Press||159|
|University of Toronto Press||186|
|Yale University Press*||98|
* The titles of these universities will be available during the second half of April 2020.
Titles published in 2017 and older are available. Books can be searched and filtered by subject, availability, language, year of publication, and publisher. Found titles can be downloaded in PDF format. More information about the offer can be found in the information leaflet.
Temporary access to the eBook collection is negotiated until 30 June 2020.
New measures in the library
Everything is now on order – borrowing books, scanning books on demand and downloading the necessary data from the Bloomberg terminal.
Thousands e-books from MIT Press for the second time
Second chance: by mid-December 2020, all MUNI users have the opportunity to read and download almost three thousand e-books from MIT Press.
Beginning Monday, MU will be on red alert
University buildings will be closed. They will be accessible only to ensure classes are taught and for students in fields of study allowed by the government.
Tutorials for online teaching at the FEA
Centre for Information and Communication Technologies has prepared tutorials for the needs of distance teaching.