Ground floor (entrance level):
Lists of newly acquired books, e-books and the tables of contents of selected journals can be found under new acquisitions.
|Information||For enquiries related to the library, literature search, book locations, borrowing rules, interlibrary loans or our electronic services, contact the Nikolakloster Library helpdesk.|
|Reading desks||245 desk spaces, of which 16 are in the notebook-free zone upstairs (to the right of the staircase)|
|Network connections and WiFi coverage, EDUROAM, OpenVPN|
A large number of reading desks have power and network connectors. WiFi access is available throughout the reading room.
Eight reading desks in four lockable cubicles upstairs; these are available to doctoral and postdoctoral researchers upon registration.
|Library portal ('Bib-Portal') stations||Two terminals with: |
and three Internet-enabled PCs.
|Copiers and printers|
There are 184 electronically operated daytime lockers. You need your CampusCard to use these. Like the coin-operated lockers, they are free to use. However, to discourage permanent use of these lockers, you will be charged a minimum of 5 euros if the locker is not emptied by the closing time of the relevant reading room.
Longer-term lockers for students writing their dissertation or thesis are available free of charge but in very limited supply. More Information.
|Bag/rucksack policy||You may not take any bags or rucksacks/backpacks, etc. into the reading room. What kinds of bags are permitted in the reading rooms?|
|Mobile phone policy||Mobile phones must be set to 'silent mode' while in the library. You may not make phone calls or listen to voicemail messages. You are allowed to receive text messages, but only with the phone set to 'silent mode' (i.e. no acoustic notifications).|
|Food and drink|
You may not consume food or beverages in the reading room. However, you are allowed to bring drinking water onto the premises in a transparent, sealable glass or plastic bottle.
|Behaviour while in the library||Library regulations|
|Break discs ('Pausenscheibe')||If you wish to leave your desk and intend to return later on, you should set a break discs to indicate when you left. If you do not return within the next 60 minutes, or if you do not leave a break disc indicating when you left, other users have the right to use your desk space, see Desk reservation discs to prevent permanent desk occupancy|
|Library regulations||The relationship between users and the library is governed by the General Regulations on the Use of the Bavarian Public Libraries.|