The Departmental Library is home of the current book and journal collection for the Humanities and Theology.
|Opening Hours||Monday - Sunday||9.00 a.m. - 10.00 p.m.|
|Service Hours||Monday - Friday||9.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m.|
The University Library`s facilities are closed on public holidays.
The Departmental Library has 256 user workstations with LAN and Wifi connections. 20 of these workstations are equipped with PCs and there are 12 individual carrels and 3 group carrels for up to 6 persons. Furthermore, there are 13 OPAC PCs that can be used for catalogue searches.
The workplaces in the departmental library are primarily available to students and employees in the humanities and theology.
The literature is displayed on open shelves (for self-service). A large proportion of the media can be lend out, the rest can only be used in the library (non-circulation collection).
Textbooks and the course reserved collection for these subjects are also located in the Departmental Library.
Users can make copies of resources that are intended for library use only at one of the scanners/photocopiers that are located on each floor.
Books can be lend out at the service desk or the self-service terminals using the Library card or Student ID Card.
Room Information System V:Scout for the Departmental Library
Collections at the Departmental Library
- General Reference Books
- Media and Communication Studies
- Educational Science
- General and Comparative Language and Literary Studies
- Classical Languages and Literature
- German Language and Literature
- Finnish and Scandinavian Studies
- British and North American Studies
- Romance Languages and Literature
- Slavonic Studies/Baltic Studies
- Classical Archaeology
- Political Science
Tel.: +49 3834 420 1680
Fax: +49 3834 420 1501
Post (e.g. book returns) for the Departmental Library should always be addressed to the Central University Library.
The Central University Library offers courses on searching for literature in catalogues and databases and the reference management programme Citavi.