Literature search & administration
Literature search and library catalogue
Enter the search terms (e.g. keywords, author names) in the search field and click on search.
- The Search Engine assumes that you are searching for all the words you type, unless Boolean operators like OR or NOT are specified between the words and phrases. To use Boolean operators (AND, OR, NOT) within search phrases, you must enter them in uppercase letters. Otherwise, the online catalogue will consider them as part of the query.
- If you enter several terms, they are automatically linked by the AND operator. Only entries that contain all search terms are displayed in the results.
Example: marketing leadership
- If you are looking for a specific phrase, enclose your search terms in quotation marks. You can combine words and phrases in your search:
Example: „strategy development for“
- If you are looking for synonymous search terms, link them with the OR operator. In order to search for titles which contain the word “social media” or the word “web”, enter the following in the search field:
Example: social media OR web
- To exclude a term from your search results, which includes certain words or phrases use the NOT Operator
Example: social media NOT web
- If you are not sure how to spell a word or if you want to simultaneously search for several word endings, use a so-called placeholders.
Replaces a single letter
Enter wom?n to search for woman and women .
*: Replaces several letters
Enter cultur* to search for culture, cultural and culturally.
If you want to combine several search options in one query, put them in parenthesis:
Example: Marketing (“personal” OR “hrm”)
In the advanced search, you can link search terms in various search fields.
You can also narrow your search for specific criteria in advance (e.g. media type, language etc.).
Select an index and enter a search term. The results are listed in alphabetical order. For every entry, the number of respective records is shown.
When you have searched for a topic, you can filter the results specifically by degree theses (Master’s and Diploma theses) written at CAMPUS 02. Just select them under medium.
Since winter semester 2016/17, Master’s theses can only be submitted electronically. Depending on the mode of submission the following request options are available.
If you want to receive a list of all degree theses of a single degree programme, you have two options:
- Proceed via advanced search: Signature – contains – 103.1.*
- Proceed via the index: Signature – 103.1.
103.1. – Degree theses International Marketing & Sales Management
103.2. – Degree theses Financial Accounting & Management Accounting
103.3. – Degree theses Automation Technology
103.4. – Degree theses Information Technologies & Business Informatics
103.5. – Degree theses Innovation Management
When using the simple search function, enter the Master degree programme you are looking for, e.g. “Master Degree Programme in Automation Technology”. Filter the hit list for Master’s theses (Hochschulschriften) to be provided with a list of titles of printed and electronic Master’s theses. With the filter “year of publication” (Erscheinungsjahr), select the years starting from 2016 (start of electronic submissions).
- Search result list
- Several editions of a book
- How can I use printed works?
- How can I use online resources
- Export research result data?
- displays all entries/data sets/publications/works that contain the search term(s) entered
- displays both printed and electronic works
- can be sorted according to relevance, author, title or publication year of the works found
- can be filtered according to various criteria
For some books, the CAMPUS 02 library owns several editions. In the result list, they are listed as one hit. Click on the link “View all x versions” to view all entries.
|Resource type||Book or journal – printed or electronic|
|Date of publication||Restrict your search results to works published in a given year|
|Language||Filter works in a given language|
|Author/Institution||Search for works by a specific author|
|Topic||Refine your search by restricting it to a given topic.|
|Genre||Find out what type of published work it is, such as a degree thesis, course book, collection of essays, etc.|
|RVK classification||Our books are classified thematically and shelved according to this classification system.|
You can retrieve books from the shelves and check them out at the service desk. See our website for detailed instructions: Borrowing books and other resources
|Location||Is the book available? Where is the book located? The tab “location” contains a list of all locations where the book can be found. For more information about the available copy of the book, click on the respective location|
|Details||Bibliographical data (title, author, year etc.)|
|Virtual Browse||Books that are located on the same shelf as the book you searched for|
Newspapers and journals can only be used on site in the library. However, in the CAMPUS 02 building 2 colour copiers and scanners are available to make the copies you need for your studies.
|Locations||Where is the journal located?
Which publication years are available?
|Details||Bibliographical data (publisher, ISSN etc.) Where is the journal located? Which publication years are available?|
Students and staff have access to all online resources on CAMPUS 02. Outside CAMPUS 02, a VPN connection must be used to access most of the online resources.
The online resource tab displays immediately accessible online content such as tables of contents, full-texts or reviews.
Individual data sets
Carry out the search. In case of a hit, click on the “details” tab and select the desired option on the right side under “actions”.
Several data sets simultaneously
Carry out the search. Click on the “e-shelf” symbol to add an item to your e-shelf. Click on “Favourites” in the top right corner. Select the items you want to export and choose the exporting option from the drop-down menu.
If you are logged in, you can:
- access your account
- renew books you have checked out
- place a hold request for a book
- save search results, search queries and Settings
- set up alerts
Don’t forget to log out when you have completed your search to protect your account information and personal settings from unauthorized access. This applies especially, if you are using a publicly accessible PC.
In your user account you can
- see all your account information (present checkouts, requests and items placed on hold, fees, blocks and messages) at a glance
- renew books you have checked out online (except due titles or hold requests for a book)
- change your personal Settings
Use the “e-shelf” function to save items from the search results. Items that have been saved in the e-shelf can:
- be organized in folders
- be annotated with notes
- be sent by email
- be printed
- be exported for reference management software
Please log in to save items permanently.
PLEASE NOTE: You cannot request several works at once using the Favourites function. Every item has to be placed on hold separately.
Click on the “e-shelf” symbol to add or delete an item from your favourites:
Save search query
Log in and carry out your search. Click on “Save search” on the right of the search results. Choose a name for your saved query and activate an alert if necessary.
Set up an alert
Log in and carry out your search. Click on “save search” on the right of the search results. Select “save and activate alert” and name the search profile.
The tab “my searches” contains the following options:
|This session’s queries||This folder lists all of the queries that you have performed in the current session.|
|Saved queries & alerts||This folder lists all of the queries and alerts that you have saved.|
If you are not logged in, your queries are available only during the current session. You can save a query yourself or set up an alert to remind you.
What is an alert?
An alert is a process that runs your query automatically at scheduled times and sends you new results via e-mail.
Viewing and activating alerts
To view the list of alerts, click the “saved queries & alerts” menu. To configure an alert for a saved query, click the “update” link for that query and then specify the alert settings.
Activating RSS feeds
Activate RSS feeds to regularly receive updates on search hits. You can activate RSS feeds from the research results list or in the e-shelf folder “saved queries & alerts”. If your browser supports RSS, then click on the RSS button. A window will open for you to subscribe. Follow the instructions.
If your browser does not support RSS feeds, copy the feed’s URL and paste it into any RSS reader.
Suggest a purchase
If a perfect search does not lead to any hits, then our collections need to be expanded. Help us expand it! The form below gives you the chance to suggest a purchase.
Ordering happens on behalf of the degree programmes, which means that we have to enquire whether the order is allowed to be placed at their expense. Once your suggestion has been accepted or rejected, you will be notified. These services are exclusive for CAMPUS 02 students.
To place an order, you must fill at least the mandatory fields (*), they are required.
Have you found a book in another library, then we will get this for you!
|Request||Fill out our interlibrary loan form. It is also possible to borrow items from abroad. No additional research is required. Simply complete the request form.|
|Delivery||The item will be sent to the library. This takes approximately 1-2 weeks (possibly longer from abroad) and depends how quickly the lending library processes our request.|
|Collection||You will receive an email as soon as the item has arrived and can be collected at the library. PLEASE NOTE: Some institutions only allow loaned items to be used within our premises. The loan period is set by the lending library and may be less than two weeks.|
Costs are set by the lending library. Loans to staff are charged to the relevant cost centre.
Austrian Libraries: Interlibrary loans from external libraries generally cost 4 euros per item. Some libraries charge up to 7 euros per item.
Foreign libraries charge at least 8 euros per item.
|Return||Please return media at the CAMPUS 02 library.|
The following media (interlibrary loan restrictions) cannot be borrowed on interlibrary loan.
For our colleagues from other libraries: For ILL-requests please contact us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) Only requests from libraries are accepted.
Reference Management - Citavi
The reference management programme Citavi supports your scientific work. You can
- manage and analyse references
- search resources worldwide
- save ideas and citations
- plan your work
- create and write presentations, reports, articles and books
With our licence you have the opportunity to use Citavi free of charge for study, teaching and research purposes at work or at home.
The current version, Citavi 5, offers a broad range of options to facilitate scientific and academic work even more.
Install Citavi Free on your computer. Citavi Free is a complete version with limited memory.
Memory: 4 GB RAM or more is recommended
Operation system: Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008 (with all updates) or Windows Server 2012
Request a license key
Request your own licence key with your CAMPUS 02 email address ( request a license key)
With a licence key you can get the full version of Citavi for Windows. This way, CAMPUS 02 students, staff and lecturers can use the unlimited version of Citavi on two computers (or one computer and one USB stick).
I’m working with the free version of Citavi and would like to change to the unlimited version; can I continue working with already recorded references?
If you have already worked with the free version of Citavi, you can upgrade your account to Citavi for Windows with your license key and continue using previously recorded data. After upgrading, you can use the full version!
How long can I use Citavi for?
CAMPUS 02 has licenced Citavi until June 2017.
I have graduated – what will happen to my data in Citavi?
Your data is not lost! Once the limit has been reached, Citavi continues as the free version. In the free version you can continue working with previously stored references. The only thing that is different is that you can no longer store data in a project that has more than 100 titles. This limitation to your license does not apply to a project with fewer than 100 titles.
If you would like to continue working with the full version, you can purchase a private license key on Citavi’s website. Private users even get a 50 % discount on the current price.