Starting from Jan 21, the Library goes online with the new chat service Ask a Librarian live!.
To enter the chatroom, access Summon tools at the top of the page from Monday to Friday at 10am-12am and 4pm-7pm.
The Library has activated a new trial for the complete collection of the e-journals published by The University of Chicago Press.
Trial ends on March 19th, 2020.
On the Epiphany Day, the Library suspends the activities.
On the occasion of the upcoming Christmas, the Library will suspend the activities from 2019, Dec 24 to 2020, Jan 1 inclusive.
On the feast of the Immaculate Conception, the Library will suspend the activities.
During the exam weeks from Saturday December 7, 2019 to Sunday February 2, 2020, the Library will extend its opening hours to accommodate the study needs of students.
On Friday November 1, the Library suspends activities on the occasion of the All Saints' Day. Starting from November 2, the Library is regularly open.
Starting from Saturday October 26 2019, the Library will be extending its opening hours over weekends, so that users can access study spaces 7 days a week.
The Political Science Room will be opened on Saturday until 9pm, and on Sunday 9am-9pm.
Patrons can return books using the self-check station. A computer with a scanner is also available for bibliographic research and digital reproduction.
Last month the Bloomberg student monthly webinars resumed. Find below the dates and times (GMT) for the webinars planned for the rest of this year:
The Library has activated a new subscription to Westlaw (Thomson Reuters). Huge US portal for legal information with collections of Case law, Treaties, Legislation related to both the United States and the European Union, and to other countries of the world.