As of 1 March 2021 until further notice the DAMU Library opening hours ONLY for individual visits of students will be as follows:
Monday - Thursday 10:00-15:00 h
The direct sale of textbooks for cash and the payment of fee is currently unavailable.
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Prague, 1 March 2021
Mgr. Iveta Davidová, Ph.D., head of the library DAMU
From 17 March 2021 is the entrance to the faculty building available only according extraordinary measures - only those persons who can prove a negative result of an antigen or PCR test for COVID-19.
Automatic prolongation will end on 9 April 2021.
Look into the Central and Eastern European Online Library (during year 2021), the leading repository offering highly specialized and comprehensive collection of full text indexed documents in the fields of Humanities and Social Science publications from and about Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe. CEEOL from the very beginning took responsibility and advocacy for academic publishing in Humanities and Social Sciences in the respective native languages.
The DAMU Library provides services chiefly to AMU students and teachers, although it is also accessible to the public according to its capacity and the rules stated in the Library and Lending Rules and their relevant Addenda.
Those interested (AMU teachers and students) in borrowing for use outside the library can register in each AMU faculty library. All they need is an AMU identity card. They will then be allocated a user category which specifies their particular rights. Registration is free of charge.
On registering the user must be acquainted with the Library and Lending Rules and their Addenda.
In some cases a security deposit is required for documents.
Lending outside the library (only for registered users)
- books, scripts
In-library study: (for every user according to capacity)
- CD, MC, CD ROMs, videocassettes, DVD, magazines, newspapers, qualifications work, encyclopaedias, dictionaries and other books (including from the reference collection)
reference, information, information on internal and external information resources per subject: consultation, research, bibliographies and annotations
Possibility to work independently with computer technology – only AMU students and employees have access to the network.
Sale of scripts:
In the library only for AMU students and teachers.
Other people should contact the AMU Publishing House.
Monday - Thursday: 10-15 h
The reading room si closed.
Guidelines for thesis submission, including access to the electronic identification form, licence agreement and manual are here.