Important Informations for Students in their First Semester
There are PCs for research or working on the internet and 2 photocopiers; printing and scanning is also possible. You can use the Library’s modern book scanner to digitise texts.
By using Wi-Fi, you can connect your own portable devices to the university network and work on them in the reading room. Further information on this topic is provided on the Computer Centre’s webpages.
Get to know the Library
At the beginning of your studies you will be offered a tour through the library, which will prepare you for using the library. The guided tour lasts for approx. 1 hour and apart from showing you the facilities and introducing you to the library services, we will provide you with the first tips for searching for literature and show you how to manage your library account.
Loans and Extensions
Using the library is free. Before taking out your first loans you will need to activate your library account at the Service Desk, which will require you to indicate your university email address.
As a member of the University, you will receive a University Card, which also functions as your Library Card.
You will need the Library Number (under the barcode) later to login to your library account via the internet, to use our self-service machines or to place orders for interlibrary loans.
Use the library catalogue to search our collections. You can show the exact location of the media and find out its availability.
Electronic books and journals are also provided by the library and can also be found in the catalogue. Furthermore, you can use several databases for literature searches.
Our publication service provides the Digital Library Neubrandenburg with an ever growing number of free full-length texts (dissertations) than can be accessed online.
Working from Home
If you are working from home, you should always use remote access to the Library for any searches. To do so, install our VPN client on your computer.
The client provides access to all of the databases, catalogues, e-books and e-journals from outside of the campus.