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Library Services as of December 6, 2021

A seat reservation is required in all three library locations (Central Library, Library for Law, Library for Social Sciences). Please note the regulations on 2,5-G as well as the FFP2 masks in the libraries.

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Important information for external library patrons

If you would like to reserve a seat or scanner or if you need to borrow books or and do not have a library card yet, please register for an appointment to receive your library card first.

Season's greetings from the WU Library

We have put together a collection of 24 recommendations for this Advent season in read!t for you!

Have fun and winter greetings!
The WU library team

Information on the Corona virus | Contact tracing at WU

To make sure everyone stays safe, the WU has introduced a contact tracing program. All reported infections and suspected infections are managed centrally. As soon as a case is confirmed, individuals who were in contact with the infected person will be notified. All confirmed cases at WU, i.e. also in the libraries, will be published on this site.

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Fit4Research - the WU Library’s eLearning program

literature research - finding your way around the Library - managing references

read!t – the new tool for course literature

WU Library’s Reading List Management System “read!t” offers numerous advantages for both students and teachers.

Textbook collection, literature research & reference management – First Aid at the WU Library

Do you need to know how to borrow books and where the textbook collection is located? Are you writing your thesis and need some tips for your research?

Update on reference management – EndNote

Even more reference management: In addition to the programs Citavi, Zotero and Juris-M, WU students can now also use the desktop application EndNote 20 starting with June 1, 2021.

New digital collection: Historical wallcharts

Have you ever wondered what nutmeg or black pepper look like under a microscope?

BIB-Insider: Reference management

Which reference management program is best suited to your needs? You have questions about importing references or need a particular citation style?