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Practice & Improve your German with Mango Languages

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    Use Mango Languages to practice your German. This is a great supplementary tool to use with your Spanish classes at Hauptstraße 92!
 

Daily News from The Local - Germany's News in English

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Additional Links & Resources

For photos, videos, and student blogging, visit the Heidelberg Vimeo Site

Heidelberg's Official City Website

Background Facts on Germany

Find out more about Heidelberg on the Lonely Planet

U.S. Department of State Consular Information visit: www.travel.state.gov

U.S. Consulate General Frankfurt
Gießener Str. 30
60435 Frankfurt am Main
Federal Republic of Germany
Phone: (069) 7535

 

Stay Connected Through Pepperdine Libraries!

Get Research Help:
Even while students study abroad, librarians are able to answer research questions and help with class assignments. Contact a librarian via email for questions. Also, the library student worker at your site's location is able to help with basic database and catalog searching.

Access Databases and E-Journals:
Access to databases, electronic journals, and eBooks are available to all students studying abroad. Use your WaveNet ID to access all of the Library's e-resources while you are overseas!

 

 

Travel Guides

Michelin Green Guide Germany

This eBook version of Michelin’s Green Guide Germany features the best of Germany, whether you discover Trier to Koblenz by car, or walk Hamburg’s city center.

Germany Travel Complete Profile

All-inclusive travel report—both “Travel” and “Points of Interest” reports rolled into one guide.

Heidelberg Museums

  • Heidelberg Castle
    Heidelberg Castle (in German: Heidelberger Schloss) is a famous ruin in Germany and landmark of Heidelberg. The castle ruins are among the most important Renaissance structures north of the Alps. The castle has only been partially rebuilt since its demolition in the 17th and 18th centuries.
  • Kurpfälzisches Museum
    The Kurpfälzisches Museum is a museum of art and archaeology in Heidelberg, Germany. It is located in the Palais Morass.
  • Carl Bosch Museum
    The technical historical museum in Heidelberg offers insights on the life and discoveries of Heidelberg’s Nobel Prize winner Carl Bosch (1874-1940).
  • Documentation and Cultural Centre of German Sinti and Roma
    The Documentation and Cultural Centre of German Sinti and Roma was established in Heidelberg, Germany in the early 1990s. It is now home to the world's first permanent exhibition on the genocide perpetrated upon the Sinti and Roma by the Nazis
  • President Friedrich Ebert Memorial
    The President Friedrich Ebert Memorial remembers the life of Germany's first democratic head of state.
  • Bonsai Museum
    The Bonsai Museum offers approximately 80- 100 exhibits, covering an area of 5,000 square meters under glass and an area of 15,000 square meters of public gardens and bamboo forests. The conifers and deciduous trees originate from Japan, China, USA and Europe. One of the main attractions is a 800 year old Californian juniper tree.
 

Heidelberg

Heidelberg, Germany

 

Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan Information

Pepperdine does allow those in our IP locations to Interlibrary Loan journal articles and book chapters. All articles and book chapters are delivered electronically in .pdf format. Instructions for accessing the article online are e-mailed to the student or faculty member once the article is available to view. We are not able to borrow whole books for our students in International Programs.

For more information about interlibrary loans, please visit the ILL webpage.

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