How to Browse the Lindau Mediatheque
How Can I Search the Mediatheque?
The Lindau Mediatheque’s page design reflects the major research sources that you can find in this unique online archive. In order to enable a targeted and fast research, the mediatheque offers a page-specific search with various filter options in addition to a full text keyword search. The filter search for each rubric page is slightly adjusted according to the page-specific needs.
What Can I Find in the Lindau Mediatheque?
In the mediatheque you will find extensive information on the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings as well as the research of the participating Nobel Laureates. To ensure optimal accessibility of its comprehensive offer, the multimedia archive is divided into the following categories: Laureates, Meetings, Recordings, Topics and Educational.
In the Laureates section, you will find all relevant information on the Nobel laureate's research as well as on his or her relations to the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings.
In the Meeting section you will find extensive information on the Nobel Laureate Meetings, which have been held in Lindau since 1951.
Since 1952, lectures held by Nobel Laureates at the Lindau Meetings have been recorded. The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) called this archive a “digital treasure trove”, and so the Council and Foundation for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings in 2009 started the ambitious project of making the material freely available online. To date, nearly 800 video lectures and 220 educational films, covering more than 530 Laureates and 80 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, are available online.
By clustering and contextualising related mediatheque content in Topic Clusters, a team of editors continuously compiles comprehensible introductions to major scientific fields and topics. Recent examples are viruses, gravitational waves, or innovative energy storage solutions.
The constant content development of the Lindau Mediatheque aims to provide a unique learning infrastructure and research source for scientists, teachers, students and those fascinated by science. The Foundation and the Council for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings embarked on a strategy to collaborate with non-profit Partners providing digital educational content. In the Educational section you will find the mediatheque’s teaching resources developed for use in schools.
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