Temporary electronic access to hundreds of e-books in the IEEE eLearning Library until 30.06.2020

Temporary electronic access to hundreds of e-books in the IEEE eLearning Library until 30.06.2020

We would like to inform you that, as part of our activities to support distance learning for the duration of the coronavirus, the IEEE e Learning Library is providing free access to its e-books until June 30, 2020.  Access to the content is possible only with authentication via the VPN service or via Shibboleth (Select Institutional Sign In from the publisher’s web site  -->. Shibboleth --> Heal-link --> Athens University of Economics and Business --> institutional password).  

The IEEE eLearning Library offers high-quality online courses with topics that are related to engineering sciences (aeromechanics, biotechnology, informatics, telecommunications, robotics, energy, etc.)  Hundreds of hours of courses in basic and emerging technologies are offered, providing the teaching staff and the students at academic institutions with enriched ways of learning. 

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