The Business and Economics Library has more than 185 individual workstations. All the workstations are equipped with wireless Internet access, and print or download options are also available. In addition to individual carrel desks in the reading room, there are group work areas near the textbook collections and open stacks. There is a separate quiet room for undisturbed studying. Numerous computers are available for research purposes, and the library has modern photocopiers and scanners.
During the final phase of their studies, students at the School of Business and Economics can reserve a particular carrel desk in the reading room as well as a locker in the library, where they can safely store their papers and checked-out books.
The library offers a variety of courses and workshops for students enrolled in the School of Business and Economics. The courses include training in working with databases and EndNote, how to research and write academic papers or make presentations. It is also possible to get individualized training in doing research in business and economics.
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