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The library can be accessed using the unique, intransmittable library card.
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- By accessing:
- If you encounter difficulties, please ask a librarian here
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The Library Loan service offers the possibility to loan the publications held by this department for a period of 10 days.
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Through the Internal and international inter-library loan service, you can request publications not owned by the library.
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1. For publications requested from the deposit
- Reading rooms I, II and III, designed for students and other categories of users
Access though the “Emil Racoviță” Catalogue Room
Ground floor – 220 seats
- The “Alexandru Lapedatu” Room is resigned for university professors
Ground floor, left wing – 20 seats
- The “Mikó Imre” Room is designed for researchers
First floor, left wing – 30 seats
- The "Adrian Marino" Room is designed for PhD candidates and young researchers
Second floor, right wing – 32 seats
- The “Raițu-Tilea” Room" is designed for all user categories to consult periodicals (newspapers and magazines) published the previous year.
Access through the “Adrian Marino” Room
Second floor, right wing – 30 seats
- The “Lucian Blaga” Roomis designed for all user categories. It contains an open-shelf collection of publications on social and judiciary sciences.
Second floor – 60 seats
- The Psychology and Education Sciences Library is designed especially for the students and professors of the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences
Second floor – 46 seats
- The “Gheorghe Barițiu” Current Periodicals Room is designed for all user categories who wish to consult current periodicals.
First floor, right wing – 36 seats
3. Specialized reading rooms
- The “Gheorghe Sion” Room – Special Collections is designed for all user categories who wish to consult the patrimony collections (old books, manuscripts etc.)
First floor, left wing – 32 seats
- The Reference Room is designed for all user categories. It contains dictionaries, encyclopedias and other works of reference.
Ground floor – 24 seats
- The Multimedia Room is designed for all user categories. It offers access to the internet and to scientific resources.
First floor – 20 seats
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- The “Lucian Blaga” Room contains scientific publications in the contemporary social sciences field. For judiciary information, you can access the LEX legislative database.
- The Psychology and Education Sciences Library contains an important collection of specialized publications, monographs, periodicals, reference works (dictionaries and encyclopedias).
- The Reference Room offers access to dictionaries, encyclopedias and other types of reference documents.
- The “Gheorghe Barițiu” Room contains subscribed Romanian and foreign periodicals.
- The “Gheorghe Sion” Room – Special Collections contains old books, manuscripts, engravings, albums, maps etc.
- The “Adrian Marino” Rooms contains publications from the “Adrian Marino” collection.
- The “Rațiu-Tilea” Room contains publications from the “Ion-Rațiu – Viorel V. Tilea” collection.
- The Multimedia Room offers internet access and specialized aid in using online scientific resources.
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- Online request for publications from the deposit or for the reading rooms:
- From the online catalogue
- From the digitized traditional catalogues – books
- From the digitized traditional catalogues – periodicals
- Online extension of the loaning period for the publications the user had taken home
- Online reservation for home loans
- Alerts and RSS
- Document shipping
- Internet access
- Access to scientific resources
- Bibliographies on request (from the all library resources)
Where? Documentation Office, main building, first floor.
- E-mail references
Where? The Multiplication, Micrographs and Digitization Lab, main building, semi-basement.
- Photocopying (Xerox) - with a card acquired from the Registration Office or from the “Emil Racoviță” Catalogue Room, on the ground floor.
- Photocopying with payment on the spot (Monday-Friday 11.00-14.00)
Where? The “Emil Racoviță” Catalogue Room, on the ground floor.
Using a personal camera
Where? The “Adrian Marino” Room, main building, second floor