Courses: Coffee Lectures

No time for regular courses? In our "Coffee Lectures" you will get 10 minutes of information about current topics and services of the main library.

Due to the special situation the Coffee Lectures are held online. with ZOOM. Under the course description you find the access information for the ZOOM meetings.

past Coffee Lectures:

  • This spring semester, the main library is again offering coffee lectures. Due to the current situation the Coffee Lectures are held online via ZOOM. The access information for each Coffee Lecture is ...

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  • In literature search, there are some myths. We want to show 3 myths and refute them with facts. Myth #1: Web of Science as well as Google Scholar are freely accessibleGoogle Scholar is freely ...

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  • Data should be open and accessible – to everyone and for all purposes. That is the definition of Open Data. More and more research funders are behind this, including the SNSF. On the one hand, ...

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  • Guest post by Dr. Lars Malmström, S3IT, Computational Biology, UZH Scientific endeavors across multiple domains, including the life sciences, are changing as a result of the proliferation of digital ...

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  • Guest post by Dr. Eva Furrer, Center for Reproducible Science, UZH p-hacking, among others also called data dredging or fishing for significance, is one of several questionable research practices, ...

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