Education, History and Antiquity Library

Extended opening hours from 20 July

Starting on 20 July 2020, the Campus Library Südstadt, the Education, History, and Antiquity Library, the Linguistics and Literary Studies Library, the Theology and Philosophy Library will extend their opening hours.

Visiting the Centre for Patents and Standards, the Special Collections and the University Archive continues to require a prior appointment.

Please take note of current guidelines and restrictions – such as the mandatory wearing of masks and scanning of your library card – before your visit.

 

Education, History and Antiquity Library

The Education, History and Antiquity Library is part of the Campus Library Innenstadt. It is located on floors 1-7 of the University building at August-Bebel-Straße 28. The entrance is on the first floor.

 

Adress

Campusbibliothek Innenstadt
Fachbibliothek Bildung, Geschichte, Altertum
August-Bebel-Straße 28
18055 Rostock

 

Subject areas

General and Bibliographies A

The General and Bibliographies collection is shelved according to the Regensburg Classification System under shelf mark A.

The majority of the collection is housed on the first and second floor (rooms 1029 to 2030).

 

Layout, Education, History and Antiquity Library, 1st floor
Layout, Education, History and Antiquity Library, 2nd floor

Subject Specialist

Stefan Siebert


Tel.: +49 381 498-8701
Fax +49 381 498-8602

Antiquity LD - LG, F, NF and NG

The Antiquity collection is shelved according to the Regensburg Classification System under shelf marks LD - LG, F, NF and NG.

For further information, please see Facheinstieg Altertumswissenschaften.

The majority of the collection is housed on floor seven.

Layout, Education, History and Antiquity Library, 6th floor
Layout, Education, History and Antiquity Library, 7th floor

Subject Specialist

Sylvia Sobiech

Sylvia Sobiech


Tel.: +49 381 498-8700
Fax +49 381 498-8602

Educational Sciences D

The Educational Sciences collection is shelved according to the Regensburg Classification System under shelf marks CL - DN.

The majority of the collection is housed on the second and third floor (rooms 2018 to 3018).

For further information, please see Facheinstieg Bildungswissenchaften.

 

Layout, Education, History and Antiquity Library, 2nd floor
Layout, Education, History and Antiquity Library, 3rd floor

Subject Specialist

History N and GDR History M

The History collection is shelved according to the Regensburg Classification System under shelf mark N (GDR history also under shelf mark M).

The majority of the collection is housed on floors three to six (rooms 3018 to 6026).

For further information, please see Facheinstieg Geschichtswissenschaften.

 

Layout, Education, History and Antiquity Library, 3rd floor
Layout, Education, History and Antiquity Library, 4th floor
Layout, Education, History and Antiquity Library, 5th floor
Layout, Education, History and Antiquity Library, 6th floor

Subject Specialist

Annika Bostelmann
Fine Arts LD, LH - LO

The Fine Arts collection is shelved according to the Regensburg Classification System. Printed items  can be found under shelf marks LD, LH - LO on the seventh floor.

A large part of the Fine Arts collection is in closed stacks. You can use Discovery or the Catalogue to request these items.

 

Layout, Education, History and Antiquity Library, 7th floor

Subject Specialist

Michael Hexel


Tel.: +49 381 498-8676/8720

Teaching Library

The Teaching Library was established at Rostock University Library on behalf of the state of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania. It collects teaching materials to prepare lessons and all state-approved textbooks. The textbooks and materials are collected by subject in the appropriate libraries.

In rooms 1023 and 1029 of the Education and History Library, teaching materials for the following school subjects are available: Art, Danish, English, French, German, Greek, History, Latin, Norwegian, Philosophy, Polish, Religion, Russian, Social Studies, Spanish, and Swedish.

For further information, please see Facheinstieg Bildungswissenschaften.

 

Layout, Education, History and Antiquity Library, 1st floor

Subject Specialist

Media Research AP

The Media Research collection is shelved according to the Regensburg Classification System under shelf mark AP.

The majority of the collection is housed on the first and second floor (rooms 1029 to 2030).

For further information, please see Facheinstieg Medienforschung.

 

Layout, Education, History and Antiquity Library, 1st floor
Layout, Education, History and Antiquity Library, 2nd floor

Subject Specialist

Stefan Siebert


Tel.: +49 381 498-8701
Fax +49 381 498-8602

Musicology LD, LP - LY

The Musicology collection is shelved according to the Regensburg Classification System under shelf marks LD, LP - LY .

The journal collection is housed on the seventh floor.

All printed books and recordings are available at the library of Hochschule für Musik und Theater.

Layout, Education, History and Antiquity Library, 7th floor

Subject Specialist

Sylvia Sobiech

Sylvia Sobiech


Tel.: +49 381 498-8700
Fax +49 381 498-8602

Psychology CL - CZ

The Psychology collection is shelved according to the Regensburg Classification System under shelf marks CL-CZ.

The majority of the collection is housed on the second floor (rooms 2018 to 2029).

For further information, please see  Facheinstieg Bildungswissenschaften.

 

Layout, Education, History and Antiquity Library, 2nd floor

Subject Specialist

Course Reserves

A course reserve is a collection of literature that is deemed so important for a class that it needs to be constantly available to all students of that class. The books do not circulate for the duration of the term. Liste aller Semesterapparate

 

  • Media Research course reserves are located in room 1030

  • Pedagogy course reserves are located on the second floor, room 2028

  •  The course reserves for History and Ancient History are located on the fourth floor, in room 4028.

  • The course reserves for Classical Philology and Classical Archaeology are located on the sixth floor, in room 6023.

 

Study Spaces

PC Workspaces

PC Workspaces

The library offers 16 PC workspaces, located in rooms1031, 1023, 1028, 5023 and 5018. How to log in. Find a workspace.

 

 

Workspaces

Workspaces

The library has 172 workspaces. Connect to WIFI

 

Group Study Rooms

Group Study Rooms

Rooms 2027, 3027, 4023, 5021, 5022 and 6028 are group study rooms.

 

Microfilm Readers

Microfilm Readers

Readers for magnifying of microfiches or microfilms are located on the first floor. Please contact a member of staff for information and guidance.

 

Features

Lockers

Lockers

There are 40 lockers, located near the entrance, for locking away your personal belongings while you are in the library. You must present your library card to obtain a locker key at the Circulation Desk. The key must be returned on the same day, as lockers are emptied daily.

Long-Term Lockers

Long-Term Lockers

There are 24 lockers available for long-term use. You may rent one of these for 10, 30  or 60 days (rental fees apply) and store books and learning materials there. Please see Requesting a long-term locker for further information and terms of use.

Lost and Found

Lost and Found

Lost and found property is kept at the circulation desk for a few days before being handed over to the University's caretaker.

 

Equipment Lending

Equipment Lending

The Circulation Desk can lend you a USB devices for a few hours.

 

Break Rooms

Break Rooms

A Break Room (1033) is located to the right of the entrance. It contains a snack vending machine and is meant as a space to take a break, eat, and talk. In room 6025 is another Break Room.

 

Baby Changing Room

Baby Changing Room

There is a baby changing room near the building's entrance.

 

Ear Plug Dispenser

Ear Plug Dispenser

The ear plug dispenser is located near the entrance.

 

Accessibility

Accessibility

This library is not wheelchair accessible. A member of staff will collect the materials you need for you.

 

Copy, scan and print

Topping up your copy card credit

Topping up your copy card credit

You can recharge your copy card using the charging unit near the entrance.

 

Copiers

Copiers

You can find black and white copiers in Room 1030, as well as on floors 2-6. Room 1030 addictionally contains a colour copier. There is a coin-operated copier on the third floor, which only accepts the correct amount of money and is not connected to the server. Therefore, you can only use this machine to copy, not to print. Instructions on how to activate a copy card for students and Rostock University staff

Obtaining a copy card

Obtaining a copy card

Readers who are not members of the University, can buy a copy card using the vending machine in room 1018, near the entrance. The minimum credit amount is 10 Euros, including a nominal charge of 3 Euros. The card can be used to make copies and to print from USB devices.

 

Book scanners

Book scanners

There are 3 book scanners, located on the third, fourth and fifth floor (rooms 3017, 4025 and 5027, respectively). The scanners may be used without registration – you only need a USB device for saving your scanned documents.