Library

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday
     08:00  – 15:00
     

The collection of the Library includes books, journals, conference proceedings, theses, dissertations, reference material (e.g. dictionaries, encyclopedias) and audiovisual material (e.g. CD-ROMs, DVDs, videotapes).

All members of the University community, as well as the general public, have the right to use the library. For members of the University, a prerequisite for enrollment in the library is the demonstration of academic identity (pass). For the general readership to register and issue a "Member Card" at the library, proof of identity and a photograph are required.

The users of the Library can:

  • Borrow titles (books, theses, CD-ROMs, videotapes, etc.)
  • Renew the titles by phone or on the spot
  • Use the reading-room and information sources (encyclopedias, dictionaries, etc.)
  • Access hard copy and electronic journals
  • Order articles and books by other libraries, subject to a charge (see Inter-library link)
  • Photocopy library materials (card cost: 3 euros for 100 copies).

The maximum number of titles that a user can borrow and the duration of the loan are shown on the following table. In case of a delayed title, the fee is 0.30 € per day.

MEMBER STATUS
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF TITLES
DURATION (DAYS)
BSc Students
10
21
MSc Students
10
28
PhD Students
15
28
External Members
14 

General instructions for performing bibliographic searches in the material of the Library.

Library regulation (available in Greek).