Portal der Zentralen Fachbibliotheken GOPORTIS nimmt Fahrt auf

August 2007
Bibliotheksdienst;aug2007, Vol. 41 Issue 8, p917
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The article discusses the creation of a cooperative portal called GOPORTIS for the three German central technical libraries (ZFB). The portal gives access to the Technical Information Library (TIB), the Central Library for Medicine (ZB MED), and the Central Library for Economic Sciences. The portal's logo is described in detail.


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