The University Library System (SBA) offers qualified resources and services in teaching and research, thus meeting the information needs of the university community. The library system is divided into eight specialised libraries that collect documentary heritage belonging to related disciplines.
Some libraries are organised into sections located in the various university premises and conceived in order to be as close as possible to students and professors. It also hosts the literary heritage of the Italo Latin American Institute, that is partly available in Economics and Political Studies library.
The University Library System provides over 950,000 paper documents, electronic and digital documents, and it is constantly updated in order to offer the most advanced IT resources.
Link identifier #identifier__161043-1History and mission
Below are listed the main services provided by the University Library System:
- Link identifier #identifier__148741-2Reading rooms
- Link identifier #identifier__142196-3Reading and consult
- Link identifier #identifier__107141-4Loans: service conditions
- Link identifier #identifier__55558-5Intra-system loans
- Link identifier #identifier__75894-6Bibliographic counseling
- Link identifier #identifier__149044-7
- Link identifier #identifier__103355-8Electronic resources
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Information and contact details
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- University Library System (SBA)
- Link identifier #identifier__131024-5Arts Library
- Link identifier #identifier__189033-6Humanities Library “Angelo Broccoli”
- Link identifier #identifier__141188-7Law-Economics-Politics Library “Pierangelo Garegnani” (Economics Section)
- Link identifier #identifier__187389-8Law-Economics-Politics Library “Pietro Grilli di Cortona” (Political Science Section)
- Link identifier #identifier__89039-9Law-Economics-Politics Library (Law Section)
- Link identifier #identifier__127976-10Science and Technology Library
- Link identifier #identifier__127187-1Humanities Library “Giorgio Petrocchi”