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Illustration from: «De rerum naturis» by Hrabanus Maurus, Amberg (?)1425 -
beginning of the Chapter ‚de Bybliotheca’ with the
miniature of a library,
Cod. Pal. Lat. 291, Fol. 43 r



May 13th, 2019
New Acquisitions of Books

The Max Planck Digital Library has been mandated to discontinue their Elsevier subscription when the current agreement expires on December 31, 2018. Nevertheless, most journal articles published until that date will remain available, due to the rights stipulated in the MPG contracts to date. To fulfill the content needs of Max Planck researchers when Elsevier shuts off access to recent content at the beginning of January, the Max Planck libraries and MPDL have coordinated the setup of a common document order service. This will be integrated into the MPG/SFX interface. See for detailed information

The American Physical Society (APS) and CERN, as the host organization of SCOAP3, have entered into an open access agreement. Under this agreement, which will be in effect come January 1st, 2018, high-energy physics (HEP) articles will be published open access at no direct costs to the authors in three of the leading APS journals (Physical Review C, Physical Review D and Physical Review Letters).

Online Trainings for staff and guests of the Max Planck Society

The Max Planck Society established an agreement with Springer ("Springer Compact") which includes access to more than 2,000 of Springer’s subscription journals as well as allowing authors to publish open access in subscription journals.  read more ...

Online Workshops for Staff and Guests of the MPS

PressReader as new Platform for "Library PressDisplay". More than 3500 Full-Content-Journals and Magazines from 100 Countries in 60 Languages

 How to set  MPG/SFX-Links in the ADS

Ein Publikationsmodell der Zukunft / ein Beitrag von Rolf-Dieter Heuer, Generaldirektor des CERN im "Physik Journal" (in German)

MPS-wide Licence for IEEE/IET Electronic Library

 American Physical Society Announces Physical Review X, an Open Access Journal

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