Drs J.A.G. (Jan) Jüngen

Liaison Librarian History/Culture and Media
University Library - Erasmus University Rotterdam

Visiting address: Burgemeester Oudlaan 50, H building, 3rd floor
Postal address: PO Box 1738, 3000 DR Rotterdam
T +31 (0)10 408 2184
F +31 (0)10 408 9052

E jungen@ubib.eur.nl



Available
On campus from 10:00 till 16:00 p.m. on weekdays, excepting external obligations
EUR staff can use my calendar to view my activities and to suggest a meeting.

Communication with the User Support Department (management of reading room collections, reference desks, circulations desk, contact with an information intermediary) is possible via the University Library’s Virtual Desk or by telephone, +31 (0)10 408 1198.

Service package
As subject librarian for history/culture and media, at the University Library, I’m responsible for both the content and organisation of the scientific information available to the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication (ESHCC). This means that I’m available to the faculty as contact person.

In principle, all services are on-demand. Contact with the ESHCC as an organisation on the one hand and with individual researchers, lecturers and students on the other, provides direction for library services. As subject librarian, I initiate these contacts myself. At the same time, I’m open to initiatives from the faculty.

The following disciplines are central:

  • History, in the broadest sense
  • Art and Cultural Studies
  • Media and Journalism

The discipline-focused service consists of realising adequate access to the sources and literature relevant to the ESHCC through

  • optimizing and expanding the University Library’s collections in print (collection management printed publications);
  • optimizing and expanding the digital collection available through the University Library (databases, journals, e-books);
  • making acquisitions on the basis of purchase suggestions.

An additional service is providing advice, support and training aimed at

  • doing literature research;
  • using alerting services;
  • using databases effectively;
  • using the medium of electronic publishing;
  • providing scientific information through subject portals;
  • using digital pathways to seek, find, select, validate and apply scientific information.

Advice, support and training programs are offered through generic channels (websites, printed publications), or as tailor-made programs. Upon request, a specific program can be arranged for groups of employees or students.

About the collections
Detailed information about the University Library's collections in history, art, culture, media and journalism is available here. The principle points are discussed, as well as the current state of affairs.

Online training
The following online courses/training programs are now available. The courses on offer are updated and extended regularly:

About electronic publishing
The RePub repository of Erasmus University Rotterdam. The University Library places scientific articles written by EUR academics in this repository, where they are freely accessible to all. See the publications of employees of the ESHCC in RePub.

About the subject librarian
Click here for Curriculum Vitae and expertise (in Dutch).

Acquisitions

Most recent additions.


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