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Opening hours during the holidays

From 1st July to 1st September, 2017 the Library will be open:

Monday, Tuesday
2 pm - 9 pm
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
9 am - 4 pm
 Saturday, Sunday
closed

Registration: 

Monday, Tuesday
2 pm - 8 pm
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
9 am - 3 pm
 Saturday, Sunday
closed

 Department opening hours

 
The Owls’ Night in BUW

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From Monday 5th to Friday 30th June 2017 the Library will be open until 5 am.
In 14th and 16th June the Library will be open until 10 pm.
In 15th, 19th and 20th June the Library will be closed.
On Saturdays (10th, 17th and 24th June) the Library will be open from 9 am until 9 pm. On Sundays (11th, 18th and 25th June) the Library will be open from 3 to 8 pm.

•  After 10 pm will be available: Information Desk, Reading Room as well as open stacks on levels 1, 2 and 3.
•  After 10 pm and on Sunday Circulation Desk and Storage will be closed.
• After 10 pm Cloak room will be closed. You will be able to use deposite lockers from Monday to Saturday until 5 am.
•  Only for readers with valid library cards.

We kindly remind you that during the nights no other drinks but bottled water and no food is allowed in the Library.

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Multi-search at UW. One window – many views

Type the subject from your field of interest and check how it works.  
Multi-search gives you the access to the majority of e-resources available at UW and the UW libraries catalogue.
You will easily find all the publications that you need.

Discover each of four new tabs: 1. multi-search, 2. easy access to AtoZ list. 3. catalogue search and 4. Others – we put there a list of e-books and e-resources not covered by the multi-search

 
Opening hours during the academic year

University of Warsaw Library regular opening hours:

Mondays - Fridays  

8 am - 10 pm

Saturdays  

9 am - 9 pm

 Sundays   

3 pm - 8 pm

 
The Maps Department
The Maps Department is temporarily unavailable to readers because of reorganization.
We apologize for the inconvenience.

 
Faculty of Economic Sciences Library

Because of the renewing of the Faculty of Economic Sciences, the Library is moving to the University of Warsaw Library (BUW) on 56/66 Dobra street.

Faculty of Economic Sciences Library Opening Hours:
Monday – Friday : 9 am – 4 pm
Saturday: 12 am – 4 pm
Contact:
Wojtek (wmagnuszewski@wne.edu.pl), 9 am -2:30 pm
Rafał (rlojewski@wne.uw.edu.pl), 9 am - 4 pm
phone 22 55 49 162.
Borrowing rights:
Only registered students and employees of the Faculty of Economic Sciences at the University of Warsaw are entitled to borrow books from WNE Library.
Instructions:
You can search for books and materials using the UW Libraries Online Catalogue.
To access WNE Library Collection directly from UW Libraries Online Catalogue find Location tag on left side of  menu and select Wydział Nauk Ekonom.  option.

- Location BUW WNE Wolny Dostęp (BUW WNE Open Stacks) means direct access to stacks for browsing and selecting books. BUW Open Stacks  can be found on the second floor of the University of Warsaw Library (BUW)  To borrow a book from WNE UW Library Open Stacks select a book from an Open Stacks shelf, take it to Room 137 located on the first floor of the University of Warsaw Library (BUW)  and staff will issue the book to you.

- Location BUW WNE-pokój 137 means that the book is available in Room 137 located on the first floor of the University of Warsaw Library (BUW).
To borrow a book from this location go to Room 137 and ask a librarian on duty for assistance.

- Location BUW WNE Magazyn (BUW WNE Closed Stacks) means that book is held in closed stacks, i.e. it is housed in special storage areas not accessible to users. If you need access to a Closed Stacks item, please request the item via email first library@wne.uw.edu.pl or fill in the call slip available in Room 137 located on the first floor of the University of Warsaw Library (BUW)  and submit it to a librarian on duty.

Books are available for 30 day loan. It is important to return items on loan by the due date.
Once processed Closed Stacks requested items will be kept automatically for 3 days.
Book renewals - the book loan period can be extended for up to 30 days from the initial due date. The book renewal must be done in person or via email (wmagnuszewski@wne.uw.edu.pl) before the end of the loan period.

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Opinion poll results

Dear Readers,

we would like to thank you for filling in the opinion poll which was carried out in March 2015. Its aim was to measure the level of satisfaction of the University of Warsaw Library’s services. We have received altogether 4245 questionnaires. Many of them included some additional remarks, which have been thoroughly studied and are now considered in our discussions about the Library’s activity. Below you will find the link to the website presenting the first results of the study.

Opinion poll - results

Kind regards,
Strategy Development Working Group
University of Warsaw Library

 
Where are we?
The University of Warsaw Library is situated not far from the city center -  in Powiśle district in the vicinity of the Old Town and Vistula river. It is only 10 minutes walking distance from the main Campus of the University in Krakowskie Przedmieście and the Royal Route.There is  a convenient bus connection. Four buses (105, 118, 127) stop right next to the Library. It is very easy to get here from the airport or from other outlying suburbs (you must get to Krakowskie Przedmieście and walk the escarpment down).
 
Address

Dobra 56/66

00 – 312 Warszawa

 
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