What is a loose-leaf edition?
A loose-leaf edition is a publication which is intended to be open-ended and which is kept up to date by exchanging individual pages containing supplements and corrections. The loose-leaf format is preferred for works whose individual sections become rapidly outdated such as collections of laws.
Can I borrow loose-leaf editions?
No. In general, loose-leaf editions are not lendable.
Where do I find loose-leaf editions?
In the LK Library, you will find loose-leaf editions of all subjects on the 1st floor. They can be identified in the Primo catalogue by the location mark "D12".
More loose-leaf editions can be found in the branch libraries BA and MC and in the information collections.
In the Humanities and Social Sciences Library, you will find loose-leaf editions on the ground floor. They can be identified in the Primo catalogue by the location mark "E14". Loose-leaf editions with the location mark "E12" are available at the information desk on the 2nd floor.
The loose-leaf editions that belong to the stock of the MNT Library (location marks E30 and E40) can be found there near the group study rooms.