The library is composed of the EURAC's scientific library and the ECO library, specialised in ecology and environment. The whole stock is freely accessible to all users. The items of the EURAC library can be consulted in the reading room while those of the ECO library can also be borrowed.
In both parts of the library, current publications on the respective sections of specialisation are collected. The library has currently a stock of approximately 40,000 monographs, 350 current journals, databases, CDs, CD-ROMs, DVDs and other media at its disposal. All available items are listed and can be found in
The EURAC library has ca. 350 current journals at its disposal which can all be found in PRIMO. In order to facilitate the search for available journal subscriptions, users can consult the following lists that are updated regularly:
Updated: January 2013
The following regulations determine the guidelines for the use of the EURAC library. Excepting the use of the internet and of the copying machine, the services of the library are free.
Everyone can become a user of the library. For the registration you need a valid identity card and have to fill in and sign a registration form. All users get their personal library card. Minors (under the age of 18) need a written authorisation from their parents or legal guardian.