Here you may find information on university library co-operations of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
Sponsoring campaign "Ex libris" – Alumni and friends
Alumni and friends of German universities donate for books, periodicals and the digital library service.
More at: www.wissenschaffen.de
The Friedrich-Althoff-Konsortium is a Berlin-Brandenburg merger of academic libraries for the provision of scientific information from digitized publications.
Information- and Documentation Service Point of the Centre for Trans-disciplinary Gender Studies (ZtG)
The gender library has collected information and items on the trans-disciplinary field of gender studies since 1989/90.
More at: www.gender.hu-berlin.de/genderbib
Co-operative Library Network Berlin-Brandenburg (KOBV)
KOBV is the mutual platform of all university and college libraries as well as all public libraries and numerous academic, special and government agency libraries in Berlin und Brandenburg.
More at: www.kobv.de
Medical Central Library of Charité
The Medical Library of Charité is allocated to the three locations Virchow-Klinikum (CVK), Campus Charité Mitte (CCM) and Zentrum für Zahnmedizin.
More at: bibliothek.charite.de
ids hochschule – University and college information research portal
ids Hochschule records scientific publications in the fields of university research and reform.
More at: ids.hof.uni-halle.de
German Ethnological Association (dgv)
The subject association ‘Folklore / European Ethnology / Empirical Cultural Studies / Socio-Cultural Anthropology’ is a member of the special collections’ advisory panel on the field of Folklore and Ethnology.
More at: www.d-g-v.org
German Ethnographical Association (DGV)
The subject association for Ethnography and Ethnology delegates representatives to the special collections’ advisory panel on the field of Folklore and Ethnology.
More at: www.dgv-net.de
Max-Planck-Institute for Ethnological Research (Halle)
The research institute is an associate member of the special collection advisory panel ‘Folklore and Ethnology’ and cooperates with virtual special library EVIFA.
More at: www.eth.mpg.de