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Starting this autumn semester, the EBookShelf app will be available on the large touch screen in the library’s entrance area.
As of this Autumn Semester, you can chat with the library on WhatsApp. You can reach us during our opening hours on 079 836 87 76. We are looking forward to your messages!
From Monday, 17 September 2018 the library is open until 10 p.m. on weekdays and until 7 p.m. on Saturdays.
Until 30 April 2019, you have access to more than 10'000 e-books from several collections by Elsevier («Finance», «Social Sciences», «Computer Sciences», «Mathematics», «Medicine», «Environmental Sciences» etc.).
Smartphones can be charged wirelessly on our standing desks on the ground floor. For smartphones not supporting Qi charging, receiver available at the circulation desk.
The "textbook collection" will be discontinued, all textbooks are integrated into our regular collection.
The next event of our reading series will be on World Book Day on Monday, 23 April 2018. The reading will be in German.
Need help with your laptop? Have you got a question about the university's IT-infrastructure?
The University of St. Gallen has now access to the newspaper archive F.A.Z. (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung).
For students in the Assessment Year: Night of Writing Skills on Thursday, 26 October 2017, 6 - 10 p.m., in the Library building 09
We regret to announce that the reading with Adolf Muschg on 14 November 2017 is unfortunately cancelled due to illness of the author. We wish Adolf Muschg a speedy recovery and thank you for your understanding.
As of September 2017, we offer you access to Oxford University Press' «Very Short Introduction» .
The University of St. Gallen has now access to Business Source Ultimate, an upgrade of the Business Source Complete database provided by EBSCO.
MPECCoL offers a global view of all areas of constitutional law from a comparative perspective.
NEW: Virtual Bookshelf for our textbook collection
Once again we have made use of the quiet summer months to implement a variety of improvements.
We have made available for you the portal 'Rights, Action and Social Responsibility" from De Gruyter.It contains more than 500 ebooks and is intended to help combat false news sources, to support reflection on the nature of truth and ethics, and to encourage understanding of the struggles facing all members of society.
As of 2019 the library shelves, including our external depot will be full. How can we assure space in a sustainable way for around 650.000 books?