1.Training Seminars offered via distance learning or in the location of the Library.
The Library of the H.O.U. offers training seminars to its users so that they can be fully familiarized with the process of searching books and find out more about the available web bibliographical sources as well as the general services provided by the Library. These training seminars, which are offered through filling in an application form, can take place either on site in the location of the Library, or through a Skype connection. You can fill in the application form for the training seminars, choosing only one (1) unit at a time. For more information please call +30 2610 367830.
2. Online Library Presentations
3. Guide Manuals
The Library has prepared the following Guide Manuals in order to help and train its on line distance users.
The JStor database has created helpful tutorials to familiarize students with the database:
If someone wishes to see all theses from a program, they can enter EAP Repository. There he can type in the Subject field the word "diplomas" and then the program code, e.g. "diplomatic exp". The search can also be done with any of the other fields if we know any of them, e.g. the name of the author, the title, etc.
Click here and follow the instructions so you can access the e-books collections.
Here you can find the Reference Guide (APA) which has been prepared by the Laboratory of Educational Material and Educational Methodology (EΕΜΕΜ/EΑΠ) of the EAP and which you can use in your work.
Instructions for use can be found here.
The EAP student support system is a research project (PENER) funded by EAP and its creation lasted 2 years. This system is addressed to new students of EAP, to anyone interested in seeing how the system of open and distance education works and all academic practices at EAP, but also to all students who are already studying. It is free and accessible to everyone. For the first time such a project is being created in a student-centered alternative university with a single purpose: to support and serve all students.
If you click on eeyem.eap.gr/services/guides/ you can find useful material for the writing of your thesis or your dissertation, such as the Bachelor and Master Thesis Authoring Specifications and the Bachelor and Master Thesis Template (in English).
The maximum allowed size of a thesis for posting on apothesis is 30MB for all schools.
The following guides have also been created for STHET & SAS schools:
Click here for the instructions for the preparation of a diploma thesis of the STHET.
Click here for YOUR thesis preparation instructions.
Search the Apothesis Foundation Repository:
Αναζήτηση στον Ενιαίο Κατάλογο “Mitos”
Ενιαία Μηχανή Αναζήτησης Ηλεκτρονικών Πηγών “Summon”
Search the Library Master Catalog
Search the "Kallipos" repository