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Online help for the abstracts search
- Searching facilites (overview) - What can be found where
- Abstracts search
- Library catalogues
- General searching facilities (Google, Yahoo etc.)
Online help for the abstacts data input
- Sequence of actions for the data input (overview)
- Legal rights
- Login & Start
- General information
- More help is available in German. You may use the "DEUTSCH" button above to switch to the German version.
Getting help within the web application
- When you click to "Hilfe" or "Help", you get the general on-line help web pages which you are reading just now.
- When you move the mouse to the help symbol (information symbol "i") next to an input field, you get a short explanation for this input field.
- When you move the mouse to the change history symbol (triangle arrow) next to an input field, you can see which data had been input and changed at which date by which user.
- Input fields which you are only allowed to read, but not to change, appear in grey.
- In the overview of the data sets, those data sets that you are allowed to edit are marked with an editing symbol (pencil) and those that you are not allowed to edit any more are marked with a viewing symbol (looking glass).
- The application is bilingual. Within the application, you can switch between German and English with a select box in the upper right corner.
- The web pages of the online help which you are reading right now, are bilingual, too. In the web pages, you can switch between German and English with a menu item in the menu bar on top of each page.
More questions or problems
- If you are a student and need help with the abstracts input procedure, please contact your advisor.
- If you are an advisor and need technical help with the abstracts input application or with the general procedure, please contact our hotline mail address hotline(at)boku.ac.at.
- If you have questions regarding the contents of the abstracts or of the thesis, please do not contact the technical hotline, but contact the authors and their advisors or some other scientists in the respective departments.