Books which are very old, valuable, or infrequently borrowed are kept in the closed stacks.
It is also possible to order loanable items from the Open Access Area (1st-3rd floors of the Central Library, textbook collection, as well as department and special libraries).
You will receive an email with collection details once your ordered items are ready.
You will receive an email with collection details once your reserved items are ready.
|Loanable books from the Central Library, the department and special libraries
|Depending on the selected pickup location (see email with collection details)
|Non-loanable items (reading room orders), Rare books, non-loanable interlibrary loans
|Information desk on the 3rd floor
|Loanable inter-library loans and audiovisual media
|Circulation desk in the Central Library
The University Library card is issued to you personally and is not transferable. If you are unable to come to the library and borrow items yourself, you can authorize someone to do so for you.
How do I issue a library card authorization for others?
To prevent misuse of your library card, you must issue a library card authorization stating the name, date of birth and address of the authorized person. The library card authorization must be current date and signed by you personally.The authorization is only valid for one transaction at a time and will be archived by us.
When do I need a library card authorization for others?
In order to borrow or pick up reserved items, the authorized person must show his or her identity card or passport and puts the authorization and your library card at the library.
We do not require your library card or authorization for returns.
You will find your requested items arranged on the shelf by the first two letters of your last name and the last four digits of your library card number: