starting on Wednesday the 23.06.2021 the INEF-library will be open to the public again. Every Wednesday between 10.00 and 15.30 our staff is on site and offers you the possibility to access the library.
The following rules apply to all visitors due to the ongoing pandemic:
- It is not necessary to schedule a previous appointment for your visit of the library
- However, no more than one visitor at a time is allowed inside the library
- Wearing masks is mandatory
- Visitors are required to leave their contact information to trace possible infections
Because the library offers very limited opening-hours, it is still possible to ask the staff for scanned copies of urgently needed literature in limited amounts. Please contact the library staff at the e-mail address below.
As the INEF library is a presence library, items cannot be borrowed.
Please send requests by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your library team
In our collection you find a special selection of literature concerned with the following subjects:
• Development Theories • Globalization and Global Governance • Political Systems
• Peace and Conflict Research • International Relations
The library is currently open on the following days:
10.00 - 15.30
Please note that the INEF library remains closed on public holidays.
Please note that our library is a reference library. This means that books may not be lent from it. However, it is possible to make copies and scans with a copy card from the university on-site.
For searches in the library catalogue we provide a computer in our library. Our collection is incorporated in the main online catalogue "Primo" (Link to Primo, currently at https://www.uni-due.de/ub/index.php) of the university library. It is listed at the location "D50". After a search query in the catalogue you can restrict search results to INEF library.
During our opening hours we are happy to assist you personally, by phone or email with your questions and concerns. Please address postal enquiries and deliveries directly to the library (not to the library management) at:
Phone: +49 (0)203 - 370 4427