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Webinar: Bloomberg Training
Monday June 24, 06:00pm – 07:30pm
The Webinar is addressed to MBA and MFIN students. If you wish to join, please fill out the Google doc by visiting this link.
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As a joint organization of Tarih Vakfı and ANAMED Library, “Library Talks" will continue on the 2nd of July, Tuesday, with Helga Anetshofer, Erdem Çıpa ve Hakan Karateke. Based on their 2018 book Disliking Others: Loathing, Hostility, and Distrust in Premodern Ottoman Lands, athors will criticize the widely accepted "Pax Ottomanica" view within the premodern Ottoman context. For the details: http://bit.ly/LT0719ACK
-The talk will be in Turkish.
Please be informed that the Library will be closed between 7.30 and 11.00 am on Sunday, June 23th due to Istanbul Elections. The regular hours of service will resume at 11.00 am.
24 Hours Study Hall will remain open.
Starting from May 22, 2019, all books and bound journals that you checked-out from your account are due September 24, 2019.
Have a nice holiday,
Webinar: Nano - Nature Research Solution. Accelerate your research through AI powered nanotechnology solution
Thursday July 4, 11:00am – 12:00pm
This is an interactive webinar where you will learn how Nano can help you accelerate your research output!
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The Library offers trial access to "Medline Complete" database.
The Library offers trial access to "Humanities Source Ultimate" database.
Bibliopera project comes to life. Within the scope of the project, 500,000 printed publications, which are gathered in a common catalogue, as well as more than 2 million documents and resources, will be open to people on the website https://www.bibliopera.org. Participating institutions include the Library with the partnership of the Istanbul Research Inst., Koç Uni. Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations, SALT Research, Deutsches Archäologisches Inst.-Istanbul, Netherlands Inst. in Turkey, Inst. Français d’Études Anatoliennes, Orient-Inst. Istanbul, Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul and Sismanoglio Megaro.