Please note that the libraries are also impacted by the University’s year-end closure.
From 4.12.2023, service hours of the Central Library's Circulation Department will change on weekdays.
New service hours from Monday to Friday:
Library card matters:
Collection of interlibrary loans and UdK audiovisual materials, borrowing of book locker keys:
Please use our machines for borrowing and returning items.
In the last few weeks, the University Archives of the Technische Universität Berlin has released the last missing entries in the Catalogus professorum database. The database includes professors and other lecturers of TU Berlin as well as its predecessor institutions. This means that you can now search for all lecturers who taught from 1770 onwards,…
You can now use our ScanTents to easily scan book pages up to DIN A3 format with your own smartphone. It's free and intuitive to use. You are welcome to try it.
You will find a ScanTent in the Copy Center and on the 3rd floor of the Central Library opposite the Information Desk, as well as in the Architecture and Art Studies Department Library.
Single study rooms (carrels) are available for use during the 1st quarter from 04.01. to 27.03.2024.
Applications for single study rooms are accepted from 13.11. until 16:00 on 20.12.2023.
As the number of applications usually exceeds the number of study rooms available, a draw will be held to allocate rooms.
We would like to inform you that unfortunately both elevators in the University Libraries of TU Berlin and UdK Berlin (Fasanenstr. 88) are currently out of order. We have already arranged for the repair work to be carried out, but there are delays in obtaining a replacement part.
If you need assistance, please contact staff on site at any time.
As of now, group study rooms and workbays can once again be reserved by TU Berlin and UdK students. A new feature is that you can now book more than one group study room or workbay per day. You can reserve up to twelve hours per week and spread these hours flexibly over the course of the week.
In addition, two…
Zum Abschluss der diesjährigen Interviewreihe zur Open Access Week kommt Prof. Uwe Nestmann vom Institut für Softwaretechnik und Theoretische Informatik der Fakultät IV zu Wort. Open Access ist durch die intensive Nutzung von Preprint-Servern wie beispielsweise arXiv.org in seinem Fachgebiet schon seit langem ein Thema und etabliert.