On Tuesday, 1 May will be closed:
Since April 2018, ETH Library is on opendata.swiss with its open holdings and metadata. Thirteen freely accessible datasets were included and described, such as the C.G. Jung letter collection, photographs of Max Frisch and the metadata set of all the translations in the Thomas Mann Archives.
opendata.swiss is the portal of the Swiss authorities for open, i.e. freely available, data. The portal is an integral part of the Swiss Federal Council’s Open Government Data Strategy for Switzerland 2014-2018.opendata.swiss
ETH Library has added another network to its social media presence. We now post images from everyday library life on Instagram: sneak-peeks behind the scenes, impressions from the library premises, events or other exciting topics.
Follow us to stay in the picture!ETH Library's Instagram presence
On Monday, 16 April will be closed at 12.45:
The Image Archive Online has now surpassed 400,000 digitized images. The catalogue Image Archive Online has now been in operation on E-Pics for ten years and is constantly growing with new digitized images. This can be between 25,000 and 40,000 photographs per year.
The current digitization projects include:
The Image Archive boasts extensive and historically valuable holdings with over 3.5 million analogue photographs from the 1860s onwards. Within the scope of various crowdsourcing initiatives, volunteers are also called upon to help identify digitized images and furnish additional information.
E-Pics, ETH Zurich's platform for images, photographs and illustrations, is an ETH Library service.Image Archive Online