We regretfully notify our users that this weekend such works will be executed in the building which require us to turn off all the servers in the building, including the servers of the Klebelsberg Library and the ones that operate the building (air condition, cooling etc.).
For this reason, beside May 24 and May 25 (Whit Sunday and Whit Monday) the Library will be CLOSED on May 23 (Saturday), too. During these three days no access will be available to any of the services of the Klebelsberg Library (no home page, catalog, repositories, etc.)
Thank you for you understanding!
On May 11, Monday such works will start in the Study and Information Centre which aim at modernizing the energy supply of the building and using renewable energy. The works will last until August 22.
There will be no changes in the operation, opening hours, services of the Klebelsberg Library but please note the following:
Thank you for your understanding for the possible inconveniences.
Please note that on May 8 (Friday), due to a program held in the building, the Klebelsbelg Library will close earlier, at 6 o'clock pm.
Thank you for your understanding.
On April 30, Thursday the Klebelsberg Library will close earlier, at 6 pm.
May 1 (Friday), May 2 (Saturday) and May 3 (Sunday): the Library will be closed.
On May 4, Monday - due to "first Monday" maintenance works - the Library will open at 12 o'clock.
On April 3, Friday the Library will close earlier, at 6 pm. Next opening: 8 am, April 7, 2015.
On March 20, Friday the Library - due to a program held in the building - will close earlier, at 5 pm. Thank you for your understanding.
Did the butler do it? This year on March 18, in the Klebelsberg Library of the University of Szeged, we will make sure everybody finds out the truth during our annual Library Night as we will focus on crime stories and detectives solving crimes in them.
Our chosen topic gives us a plethora of characters in literature, film and TV, who, especially from the end of the 19th century, became more and more popular with their singularities, extravagances, idiosyncrasies, addictions, methods and madness. Characters like Sherlock Holmes, Poirot, Miss Marple, Inspector Maigret, Lieutenant Columbo from books and TV, Gordianus from the Roman Empire, Matthew Shardlake from 16th century England, or our contemporaries like Agatha Raisin have inspired a wide variety of genres and the idea of investigating, closely inspecting, deducing does not seem to be running out of juice. On our special night, we will make our best to let our patrons look into the world of crime stories from as many aspects as possible.
Most of our activities and programs are oriented towards a Hungarian-speaking audience, but take a look at the English website and you’ll see that you’ll have plenty to look at and enjoy.
Please note: February 2 is the first Monday of the month therefore the Library will open at 12:00.
On February 14, Saturday the Library - due to a program held in the building - will close earlier, at 2 pm. Thank you for your understanding.
Elsevier's new e-books are available on the Library's network thanks to the subscription by the University of Szeged, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry and Faculty of Pharmacy Foreign Language Programs. Register here for 27 new fully-functional medical and pharmaceutical e-books (highlighting, footnotes, bookmarks, etc.). In case you need to use the books offline, install the Elsevie e-reader. The complete list of new titles is below.