The Physics Department Library offers the following study spaces:
Book storage trolleys
The materials in the Physics Department Library are shelved separately by journals and monographs.
Journals (bound volumes and current issues) are located in the periodical shelves in alphabetical order.
The monographs are organized into 19 subject classifications.
The subject classifications
Within these subject classifications are subject categories, where items are arranged alphabetically by author or title. Using our electronic version of local classifications, you can conduct a topic search in the Physics Department Library’s holdings online.
Course reserves are resources for current courses which are put together by course instructors themselves.
Under the heading “TU course reserves” in the Primo Knowledge Portal, you can search for course reserves by instructor or course name. You will be shown a list of the items in the course reserves.
Course reserves are located diagonally across from the information desk.
Items placed on course reserve cannot be loaned but are available for studying and scanning in the library. Course reserves are kept in place for the duration of the course (usually for one semester). After that the reserves are cleared and items are returned to the shelves.
You can make a suggestion for new items either in the suggestion notebook provided in the library or online. The notebook is located below the new acquisitions shelf.