1 Tarczyńskiego St.
phone: 91 444 23 61 (Administrative Office)
search the catalogue: https://katalog.bg.szczecin.pl/cgi-bin/koha/opac-search.pl
Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.¦ phone 91 444 23 61
Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. ¦ phone: 91 444 23 61
Circulation & Reading Room
Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
phone: 91 444 24 05
Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. ¦ phone: 91 444 24 38
Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. (Bibliography)
Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. (Bibliometry)
phones: 91 444 24 08 (Bibliography) ¦ 91 444 23 52 (Bibliometry)
Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. ¦ phone: 91 444 24 03
The Main Library of the Szczecin University dates back to 1985, which coincides with the foundation of the university. The university was established based on a merger of two smaller entities, the Education College (WSP) and the Transportation Faculty of the Szczecin Polytechnic. The Main Library of the Szczecin University was a merger of the respective libraries of the above-mentioned founding units. The holdings of the new library were also succoured by the collections of four smaller libraries, which ceased their activity in the wake of the socio-economic changes in Poland.
The Library of the Szczecin University is a scientific library hosting almost one million inventory units. Newly acquired items closely follow the demand of the faculty and students of the university not only for research but also for teaching purposes.
The library makes their collections available through a number of libraries:
• the Main Library,
• two economic libraries,
• the Interfaculty Library
• the Law and Administration Library.
Major topics covered:
education, psychology, history, sociology, political science, religious studies, philosophy, theology, culture studies, philology, literature studies, library studies and scientific information, biology, maritime studies, oceanology, physical education, sport, law, administration studies, mathematics, physics, economy, transportation, computer science, environmental protection, Pomeranian studies, and many related sub-disciplines.
Holdings of the Main Library are available from the following sub-units:
• Reading room,
• Main circulation desk,
• Interlibrary loan desk,
• Reading room of the special collections.
The Main Library is accessible for foreign nationals associated with the University of Szczecin as students (BA, BSc, MA, MSc, PhD), research scholars, academic teachers, Erasmus exchange students, and other exchange students from our partner universities. We also welcome visitors from all other foreign scientific research institutions and/or universities.
Library users are required to have a special electronic library ID. The card is issued after registration. The card is issued based on another ID confirming the identity of the applicant. It can be either electronic student’s ID or any other ID supported by a document confirming association with our university or confirming the status of a researcher/academic teacher. A traditional paper card can be alternatively issued in some cases. Both cards are equally good for using the library holdings and for book borrowing.
Circulation is situated on the first floor of the Natural Sciences Education and Research Centre of University of Szczecin.
The majority of items available in the Reading Room represent broadly understood humanities (e.g., education, psychology, sociology, political sciences, philosophy, history, study of literature, and philology). Less numerous are publications dealing with ecology, environmental protection, tourism, and geography. The core collection is represented by encyclopaedias, lexicons, dictionaries, and other information materials. Literature about Pomerania and the city of Szczecin is also available.
There are four computers/terminals with online catalogue access and internet access. Readers with impaired visions can use a professional image magnifier. Wi-Fi is available in the Reading Room and in the Reading Room of Special Collections.
The reading room can be used by all persons who are able to identify themselves with a library card, student ID, or any other valid ID.
Some holdings are physically present in the reading room and can be instantly used. Other items are located in storage rooms and are promptly delivered based on the filled request form (rewers). The waiting time is usually 10–20 min.
Students and staff of the Szczecin University can borrow books for the night. The check-out time is 5:00 p.m.–6:30 p.m. while the return time is next morning at 9:00 a.m.– 9:30 a.m. On Saturdays the check-out time is 1:00 p.m.–1:45 p.m. and the expected return is on Monday morning.
Any delay in returning books may result in a financial penalty specified in the Library Regulations.
Encyclopaedias, lexicons, dictionaries, journals, and items published before 1945 cannot be checked out.
Reading Room of Special Collections & Quiet Reading Room
The number of catalogue items of the special collections approximates 30 thousand, including manuscripts, old prints, maps, papers in underground circulation, and audio-visual materials. The holdings are available on site only and no item can be borrowed. The reading room has fourteen desks for readers. The holdings can be searched using the online catalogue of the special collections. The reading room has a tranquil space with large reading tables for study and reflection.
⇒ Coats, backpacks, briefcases, bags, and laptop cases must be left in the cloakroom
⇒ Eating, drinking, and cell phone usage are prohibited
⇒ Conversations should be avoided
⇒ Any private printed materials should be reported to the librarian.
|NAME OF BRANCHES||LIBRARIES||ABBR.||ADDRESSES|
|N°1 FACULTY OF MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS||Biblioteka Wydziału Matematyczno-Fizycznego||N, NC||15 Wielkopolska St.,
|N°2 FACULTY OF LAW AND ADMINISTRATION||Biblioteka Wydziału Prawa i Administracji||SA, SAc, SAM||17a Narutowicza St.,
|N°3 FACULTY OF HUMANITIES||Biblioteka Humanistyczna||ANS, DAAD, F, Fc, INFS, IZP, H, Hc, Hx, Pd (partly)||72/79 Krakowska St.,
|N°4 FACULTY OF THEOLOGY||Biblioteka Wydziału Teologicznego||WT||2 Papieża Pawła VI St.,
• Institute of German Philology
• Faculty of Physical Education and Health Promotion
• Institute of Polish and Slavonic Philology
• Institute of Foreign Languages
|Biblioteka Międzywydziałowa||A, Ac, BC, G, Gc, JO, JOc, P, Pc, R, Rc, WF, WFc,||40 b Piastów Ave., block 3,
|N°6 FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT||Biblioteka Ekonomiczna na Wydziale Nauk Ekonomicznych i Zarządzania (WNEIZ)||E, Ec, S||64 Mickiewicza St.
|N°7 FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS OF SERVICES (MANAGEMENT INFORMATION’S CENTER)||Biblioteka na Wydziale Zarządzania i Ekonomiki Usług (WZIEU)||T, Tc, TM, TS, SIL||8 Cukrowa St.,
The items from the eliminated Biological Sciences Library have been incorporated into the Main Library collection.
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There is no need to register, if you just want to browse HAL for research material, if you just want to download material, or if you want to receive RSS feeds from HAL. All these functions are independent of registration.
However, if you are considering depositing or submitting a research document to HAL, you should register first.
|IOP – The Institute of Physics|
|IOP Publishing provides a range of journals, ebooks, magazines, websites and services that enable researchers and research organisations to reach the widest possible audience for their research. We combine the culture of a learned society with global reach and highly efficient and effective publishing systems.|
|JSTOR is a digital library for scholars, researchers, and students. Now we have access to collection: Language & Literature and Business & Economics.|
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|Web of Science|
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You can access the library’s licensed electronic resources and collections even outside the campus using proxy.
About Remote Access:
* Only for authorized users (currently enrolled):
– Students and Staff of University of Szczecin.
– Retired Academic Staff members of University of Szczecin.
* By valable library or interlibrary card issued by the Main Library of University of Szczecin or faculty libraries.
* As a login you have to use the number under the barcode on your student card, password is generated after the activation of the off campus access.
* MA, MSc, PhD students generate password every 60 days.
* The Univeristy’s Staff can obtain an annual password to login from off-campus and should contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Remote Access Rules and Regulations
As part of remote access
It is allowed to:
* browse and search databases, magazines, articles, abstracts, bibliography
* only make single copies of records printed or saved electronically
* use the reproductions solely for personal, scientific or educational purposes
It is prohibited to:
* mass reproduce electronically or on paper as well as download complete notebooks of a given journal title
* engage in sales, resale and other commercial use of licensed media
* publish of all or parts of articles in the original form or changed without specifying the source and copyrights
* provide personal login or password for remote access to the library website to third parties.
Authorized users are granted online access to the Licensed Materials (databases, journals, books) and they may download, save or print text, search results, or other information only for their private use or research.
More detailed information about using the databases –Reading Room, Main Library, 1st floor, room 103;
phone: 91 444 24 38 or e-mail: email@example.com.
(91) 444-23-61fax.: (91) 444-23-62