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Use your credentials to log in and to take advantage of all services.

This is an overview of available services:

    • Reading rooms

      More than 150 reading rooms (approximately 5900 seating places) are available. You may find a map from the Libraries section (on the top of the page).

    • 24h study rooms

      Three study rooms are open from 9:00pm to 8:00am (Department of Earth Sciences - CU005 building, Department of Private law - CU018 building, and Department of Basic and Applied Sciences for Engineering, Via Antonio Scarpa 16 - RM007 building).

    • Collections

      Sapienza libraries own about 3.5 million of books, journals, and multimedia materials, described in the catalogue, except for some less recent resources.

      E-journals and e-books: except for some e-resources available only in specific libraries, you may use the Discovery (above) to search these collections. To access e-resources outside the LAN, please use EasyBixy (proxy service).

    • Borrowing

      If you are logged in the catalogue, once found the desired item you may use the “Borrowing request” function. Since some collections may be stored off-site, you may use this function to request the desired item and pick it up at library desk.

      Usually, items may be borrowed for 15 days. Special and reference materials do not circulate. More details are available at your library.

    • Inter-library loan (ILL) and Document delivery (DD)

      If an item is owned by an Italian or foreign library, you may ask your library for an inter-library loan (fees may be applicable).

    • Reference services

      Library staff is available for quick information and reference service. Furthermore, information literacy classes (in Italian) are held by libraries. Ask your library for details.

    • Reproduction services

      Photocopying and reproduction are allowed under the respect of Italian legislation. Photocopiers and scanners are available in most Sapienza libraries. Users are recommended to handle items with care in order not to cause physical damages.