ZBW raises more than one million Euros in third-party funds to research the digitisation of the science system
Three research project proposals of the ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics have been approved– ZBW extends its research of the digitisation of the science system
Nationwide project GeRDI to set up a linked research data infrastructure as a German contribution to the European Open Science Cloud
Experts on Digitisation of the Science System met in Cologne from 3 to 4 May 2016 – Topic: Discover the European Open Science Cloud
Participants at the first International Conference on Economics and Business Information agree: stakeholder management has top priority
ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics brings together specialist librarians for economics from all over the world for the first time – First international conference for libraries active in the field of economics information was booked out.
The Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0 led by the ZBW receives 200,000 Euros as a budget supplement – Investment serves to establish Science 2.0 internationally as field of research
ZBW researcher Isabella Peters appointed to the High Level Expert Group on Altmetrics – Group to advise the European Commission regarding alternative indicators and methods to evaluate research findings
European research consortium creates working environment for digital information and innovation management – ZBW is leading research partner and responsible for text and data mining
Seventh international conference “Semantic Web in Libraries” concludes successfully – Conference videos and slides online
170 participants from 29 countries met in Hamburg from 23 to 25 November 2015 – Keynote speakers from Spain, Belgium and the USA – Pre-conference workshops sold out
Goportis presents results of social media survey | Wikipedia, tools for sharing and exchanging data, and professional and research networks – these are the three most frequently used social media by researchers in their everyday work
Germany’s largest repository for economics now belongs to the twelve largest Open Access archives worldwide.
Klaus Tochtermann has been appointed as one of ten members of the High Level Expert Group ‘European Open Science Cloud’ – Expert Group will provide strategic advice on research data infrastructure
International Linked Open Data scene meets in Hamburg for the conference “Semantic Web in Libraries” from 23 to 25 November 2015 – Keynote speakers from Spain, Belgium and the USA
145 participants from 10 countries met in Hamburg on 25 and 26 March 2015 – International experts discussed Science 2.0 in the context of Altmetrics, Citizen Science and Big Data Analytics
Second International Science 2.0 Conference on 25 and 26 March 2015 in Hamburg – First presentation of the results of the EU’s Public Consultation on Science 2.0
Sixth international conference “Semantic Web in libraries” comes to a successful close – conference videos and slides online
165 participants from 24 countries gathered in Bonn from 1 to 3 December 2014. Some of the international guests travelled from the USA, Canada, Kenia and Burundi to attend SWIB 2014.
Latest study from the ZBW: One in three economists uses professional networks for research and teaching – Half of German economists use Wikipedia and content sharing tools for their work
Humboldt University in Berlin ranks service quality of 152 publication servers at German universities and non-university research institutions
German National Library of Economics named as Library of the Year 2014: excellence and radical innovation convince the jury
Berlin, 30th June 2014 The German Library Association (dbv) honours the ZBW – German National Library of Economics – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics as “Library of the Year 2014”. The ZBW will receive the only national library award...
ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics brings on board the first international business school, the S P Jain School of Global Management with campuses in Dubai, Singapore and Sydney.
First international Science 2.0 Conference comes to a successful close – Academic libraries are a driving force for the research and publishing processes of the future
More than 150 participants from 11 countries met in Hamburg on 26 and 27 March 2014 – International audience from EU politics, research and science infrastructures attended the first transdisciplinary conference on digital science