The Zug-Rotkreuz Campus library holds a collection of printed and electronic specialist literature and journals to support degree programs and continuing education programs at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts School of Computer Science and Information Technology and the Institute of Financial Services Zug IFZ.
The library is also a specialist reference source for researchers on campus.
You can search all of the library's resources – printed and electronic – using the swisscovery RZS search portal.
The library provides literature on the fundamental subject areas taught on campus in degree and continuing education programs. Examples include:
- Algorithms and Data Structures
- Computer Architecture
- Operating Systems
- Computer Graphics
- General Principles of Programming
- Human-Machine interaction
- Artificial Intelligence
- Machine Learning
- General Principles of Mathematics
- Applied Statistics
- Business Organization
- Business Processes
- Game Theory and
- Financial Mathematics
The library also provides access to more in-depth specialist literature such as:
- Database Systems
- Computer Security
- Data Protection
- Data and Information Management
- Software Development
- Audio and Video Technology
- Digital Cartography
- Developing Mobile and Ubiquitous Applications
- Software Ergonomics
- Big Data, and
- Deep Learning.
The library has even more to offer. Just like the degree and continuing education programs at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, the library is designed to be interdisciplinary. The holdings at Zug-Rotkreuz Campus include literature on the interfaces between information technology and economy, to
- Soft Skills
- Cognitive Science
- Natural Sciences
- Forensics and Criminology
- National and International Law.
What's more, the library holds guide books on student life and academic writing.
A selection of fiction and non-fiction books concerning IT, technology and business completes the library's holdings. You can also borrow DVDs, Blue-rays and video games on the same subjects.
The library's holdings are classified using the Regensburg Library Classification Scheme (RVK).