New from 1. 1. 2017 – loaning books from the freely accessible library holdings

 

We would draw the attention of users to the introduction of a new option for loaning documents – this new development is the possibility of loaning selected titles from the freely accessible library holdings marked with shelf marks I 01–I 25 and taking them off the study premises.

(See the Library Rules valid from 1 January 2017, point 3.2 Off-site loans from the freely accessible library holdings)

Who can make loans from the holdings?

Users with valid membership allowing the loan of documents to be taken off the study premises, i.e. users with off-site membership.

What is available for loan?

Selected documents from the freely accessible library holdings marked on the spine with a white label with a shelf mark printed in black.

What is not available for loan?

All other documents, i.e. documents issued in the years up to and including 1950, periodicals, original digital data carriers, encyclopaedias, and reference, factual and branch-significant literature. These documents, which can still be studied only at the library, have a black label on the spine with a shelf mark printed in white or are not marked on the spine.

How can a loan be made?

The user must have the given document recorded on his or her user account at the loans counter before leaving the library. A document is considered loaned only after the user has signed the loan ticket.

More information about freely accessible library holdings