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Coronavirus emergency and the libraries at la Statale - updates

All the University libraries are closed due to the Coronavirus emergency, unless otherwise provided. Library staff will work remotely: if you do not know which services you can access from home and you need assistance, check out the FAQs.

Notices
Sunday, March 8, 2020

Coronavirus emergency and the libraries at la Statale

Due to the ongoing health emergency, the University ordered the closing of libraries until April 3, unless otherwise provided. Therefore:

  • It is not possible to go to the library to consult, borrow or return books
  • Librarians are working remotely, with no access to library collections. Front-desk services are not provided and loan requests from the Catalogue are suspended
  • All expiring loans will be extended throughout the emergency period (watch the video to find out how to check your loans in the Personal Area of the Catalogue)
  • For loans expired before February 24, the closing period will not count towards the loan duration
  • Access to graduation exams is allowed even to students with pending loans: the material may be returned after the emergency period

Please notice that digital resources can be accessed from home as usual. Just login using your University e-mail credentials: go to the Digital Library.

Moreover, it is always possible to communicate with University libraries through the usual online channels: by email (check the address on your library website); through the service: Ask a Librarian; through your library’s social accounts.

Please check this page for further information and updates on library services.

All information on the measures adopted by the University, also regarding services and teaching, is available on the page Coronavirus: urgent measures for the university community.

News
Wednesday, October 23, 2019

New resources in the University Digital Library

We would like to inform digital library users that there are new resources on economic, financial and legal materials available in the University's digital library using the A-Z list of e-books or the Explora search tool:

  • Factiva, from Dow Jones: essential business news and information together with the content delivery tools and services
  • Atoka research: search engine on Italian companies
  • Orbis Intellectual Property: company and patent information for intellectual property management and strategy
  • Westlaw UK, a full text databases of United Kingdom case law, legislation, news, legal journals, commentary and EU legal materials
  • Lexis360, a complete data base of French law
News
Friday, February 15, 2019

New resources in the University digital Library

We would like to inform digital library users that there are new resources available in the University's digital library using the A-Z list of e-books or the Explora search tool:

Notices
Wednesday, January 2, 2019

'Value added taxation in Europe' and 'European Tax Explorer plus': suspension of subscription

As of 1 January 2019 subscriptions to 'Value added taxation in Europe' and 'European Tax Explorer plus' have not been renewed. Users will no longer have access to both resources within the IBFD database (International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation).

Access to both 'Bulletin for International taxation online' and 'European Taxation journals' has been maintained via the Digital library's list of databases.

News
Thursday, December 13, 2018

Comprehensive Medicinal Chemistry III

We would like to inform digital library users that there is a new ebook for biomedical researchers: Chackalamannil, Samuel, Rotella, David, Ward, Simon. Comprehensive Medicinal Chemistry III. Vol 1-8. 3rd ed. GB: Elsevier; 2017. It can be accessed from the ebook list and Explora, the University discovery tool.

 

 

News
Sunday, October 14, 2018

16 new dictionaries in the Digital library

The Digital library has subscribed to new resources via the platform eLexico.com: 16 online dictionaries of Italian and other languages (among others: English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese and Latin) are now available to users.