Place to Study and Work
Bookeye - Overhead Scanner
Students and members of the University of Hamburg and other Hamburg universities can use the scanner after prior reservation.
Our self-service machine has touch-screen devices with clear instructions. All scanning is full-color and can be saved in different formats (.pdf, .jpg) to a USB drive.
The Scanner is for general use and free of charge.
Students and members of the University of Hamburg and other Hamburg universities can use the spiral binding tool in the library after prior reservation.
Spirals - in various sizes - and cover sheet are available at the loan desk of the Informatics Library.
The use of the binding machine as well as the spirals are free of charge.
You forgot your charging cable at home? At the loan desk you can borrow various charging cables for a short time.
Do you study at the library regularly? You don't want to transport your own books, papers, etc. that you use in the library from home to the library and back every day? Then borrow one of our caddies!
The loan period is 4 weeks. Extensions are possible - as long as there are no reservations.
In addition to personal materials, documents and folders, you may also store your own or borrowed media in the caddy. The shelf mark of books should be visible from the outside. It is not permitted to place food, drink, and valuables in the caddy.
The caddy should not block escape routes within the library. Overnight the caddy has to be left in the loan desk.
At the end of the loan period, the caddy has to be cleared and the key returned to the loan desk. In case of key loss, 15 € will be charged.
The library is authorized to carry out checks in the caddys. No liability will be accepted for items lost from the caddy. If the caddy is not used several times a week, the right of use ends.
also useful ...
We offer you serveral tools to make working in the library easier:
Kensington locks / bookends / multi-pole sockets / earplugs
In summer, fans and sunscreens for laptops are available for working on the library terrace.
If you are interested, please ask us!