The International Space University Library offers various services to alumni of the university. We have noticed that many of you like to keep in touch with the library for your information needs. This is why we have created a special section on our website just for you.
- Online catalog - Use our search box to find our printed and electronic holdings. The catalog
contains bibliographic data on books, journal titles, conference
proceedings, websites and bibliographies. For many sources, only
bibliographic data is available, but also links to full-text are
- Databases - Use the Library website to
access databases which we have selected because they are relevant
to the core studies given at ISU.
You may in particular be interested to search our discovery tool called EBSCO EDS (select guest access). EBSCO EDS is an online research tool that "pulls together" many external space-related sources so that they can be explorer using a single search box . In other words, rather than searching several sources, you can do and EDS search and get a single list of results coming from various sources.
- Open access resources - Our special Open Access document
guides you to a wide range of scientific information that is available
on Open Access platforms.
- Student reports - You can read or download full text reports or executive summaries of the past Team Projects.
- Curated alert service - Subscribe to our current awareness service ASAP with RSS feeds. This is a curated alert service proposed by the Library to keep you informed of recently published academic and scientific literature about subjects relevant to the University's curriculum
- New acquisitions - Under New Acquisitions, you can find our monthly list of latest additions or
you may prefer to subscribe to our "alerts" (RSS feeds) in order to receive a
regular email announcing our latest additions.
- Social medias - You can follow News about the Library on our website or you can join us on our Facebook or Instagram accounts.
Giving to the ISU Library
Today's students, researchers, and faculty expect information 24/7 days a week, wherever they may be. The Library is the heart of the campus: a place of knowledge and resources.
That Library is constantly seeking to improve its resources, create new services to engage more learners, encourage collaboration, create a comfortable atmosphere and use new technologies.
ISU alumni have always been strong supporters of the International Space University library. Your gift will allow us to increase our printed and online collections for the benefit of students, faculty and the community. Donors can support the collection and service by gifts-in-kind (i.e. your published book with a dedication!) or make a donation to the Library.
Our contact details are:
Mrs. Muriel RIESTER
Tel: 33 3 88 65 54 32