Die NTNM-Bibliothek ist die gemeinsame Bibliothek für Naturwissenschaft und Technik der
Naturwissenschaftlich-Technischen Fakultät (NT) der Universität des Saarlandes (UdS) sowie des Leibniz-Instituts für Neue Materialien (INM).
The NTNM library licenses electronic media packages for scientists
The NTNM library offers a wide range of textbooks to students of the NT faculty
Vidijo is the NTNM Library’s virtual journal display for open access journals in Natural Sciences
The NTNM library is the central documentation center for the publication output of the INM – Leibniz Institute for New Materials
The NTNM library is the joint library for natural science and technology of the Natural Science and Technology Faculty (NT) of the Saarland University (UdS) and the Leibniz Institute for New Materials (INM). It is open to be used by students and members of the university and INM as well as external interested parties.
The NTNM library offers its target group a demand-oriented range of print and electronic media as well as services and consulting in the field of scientific publishing and Open Access.
The NTNM library licenses electronic media packages for scientists of the INM and in cooperation with the SULB for members of the Faculty of Science and Technology of the UdS. Visitors of the NTNM Library can access license rooms of the INM and the UdS for most publishing products during their stay in the NTNM building (walk-in principle).
The NTNM library offers a wide range of textbooks to students of the NT faculty. Borrowing textbooks from all disciplines of the faculty are available in multiple copies. We keep our offer upto date by regularly asking the department chairs for the recommended semester literature.
Vidijo is the NTNM Library’s virtual journal display for open access journals in Natural Sciences. In addition to a browsing view that visually replicates the physical journal display in the library, entry points by category or subject are also available. VIDIJO is a self-developed web application and is an open source software under the GPLv3 license that is available for free reuse by interested libraries and information institutions.
The NTNM library is the central documentation center for the publication output of the INM – Leibniz Institute for New Materials. It supports INM scientists and the NT Faculty in the verification of their publications through the verification tools of the UdS. Information regarding infrastructures and services to support the publication process is also provided. The INM’s publication database has been tracking the publications of all INM scientists since the foundation of the institute in 1987.