The library consists of a research library known as the 'EURAC Library' and a specialised library on environment and ecology, called the 'ECO Library'. (Library presentation, pdf).


EURAC Library

The EURAC Library is a publicly accessible, specialised scientific library. It supports the research of the Academy's institutes, as well as other scientific work, further education, and general information needs. To this end, it collects, makes accessible and loans out up-to-date publications and media on EURAC’s main research areas and subjects: Applied Linguistics, Minorities and Autonomies, Sustainable Development, Management & Corporate Culture and Life Sciences. External users can consult the library’s resources in the reading room (reference library).




ECO Library

The ECO Library is the largest library in South Tyrol specialising in the environment and ecology. Its facilities are available to the general public and it  offers particular support to educational institutions such as schools and public libraries. For this purpose, it collects, makes accessible and loans out media on the following topics: nature and environmental protection, ecology, building biology, horticulture, agriculture, nutrition and naturopathy, as well as hiking, travel, sports and games. All resources are freely accessible and may be borrowed from the library. Special media packages are also available for schools and other institutions.