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How to be motivated and learn without the reading room from the HSG library? With our virtual reading room you can study together via livestream from home and prepare for your exam.
The library building will remain closed from 3rd July until 6th September due to renovation work. However, the university will still be offering a multitude of services.
Temporary extended access to the Swisslex legal database
Starting Wednesday, April 22 Bloomberg.com media subscriptions are offered to college and grad students worldwide for three months.
We are happy to offer you services:- consultations by phone or email- orders of documents and articles- E-ResourcesWe look forward to your inquiry!
The library has recently subscribed to Preqin.
The HSG Library has now licensed the video streaming platform Kanopy.
Provider Refinitiv has speedily and simply enabled us to offer you EIKON / Datastream at home and not just in the university’s data room.
Remove paywalls to support research on Covid-19!
Libraries and publishers expand access to books and articles
All content that is available on uni.recht.ch can already be accessed as well on Swisslex.
The next event of our reading series will see Simone Lappert reading from «Der Sprung» on Thursday, 28 November 2019. The reading will be in German.
MPIL offers you access to the databases Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law (MPEiPro) and Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (MPEPIL).
The University of St. Gallen replaced its authentication system SWITCHHaai with the new SWITCH edu-ID on July 17, 2019. For library users this will change how to access the Ebook Central platform.
You can now access Swissdox, a newspaper archive offering access to more than 270 news sources from Switzerland.
Now you can find the most important French-language commentaries together with other Helbing Lichtenhahn publications in legalis.
The next event of our reading series will see Kristine Bilkau reading from «Eine Liebe, in Gedanken» on Thursday, 21 February 2019. The reading will be in German.
Two new databases are available from November 2018 on: Westlaw International and Westlaw UK.