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Closing time

Please note the following closing times:

The lending desk and reading rooms Campus Treskowallee are closed from 12:30 pm - 3.30 pm on Wed, 12.06.2024 due to an internal event. Campus Wilhelminenhof is not affected and remains open.

Thank you for your understanding!

This month online training from the library via Moodle:

  • Especially recommended for first semester students, we offer basic training for WebOPAC, online resources and VPN for a complete overview right from the start: Wed, 19th June 2024 - 4:00 p.m. (in English)
  • And for all those who are about to write their final thesis, we offer the Citavi training - literature management with one click: Thu, 27th June 2024 - 5:00 p.m. (in English)

For further appointments and enquiries please send an e-mail to .

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To the Moodle course and to the registration >>>

Lunch-Talk series: Understanding Open Access

What does it mean to publish in Open Access? How do I find a suitable open access journal for my article? Which open licence should I use? These and similar questions will be answered in the new lunch talk series "Understanding Open Access" organised by the University Library.

During the summer semester 2024, we have planned four sessions of approx. 45 minutes each, in which a specific OA-related topic will be discussed. The HTW OA team will introduce each of these topics. Participants will then have the opportunity to discuss their questions.

The talks will take place in online or hybrid format. Registration is not required. The first meeting will take place in hybrid format (room C227, Campus WH). Here is the permanent access link to the virtual room.

Here are the planned appointments:

  • 14.05.2024, 1:00 pm: Open Access publishing (hybrid format, seminar room C227, Campus WH)
  • 28.05.2024, 1:00 pm: Financing Open Access
  • 11.06.2024, 1:00 pm: How do I find a suitable open access journal?
  • 25.06.2024, 1:00 pm: Second publication at the HTW Berlin

For further information, please contact the Open Access team.