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ATTENTION


The main library will be reopen with restrictions on April 27, 2020.
NEW - Social Science Library will be reopen with restrictions on May 18, 2020.

All other libraries remain closed.

We kindly ask you to observe the following information regarding library use:

  • During the closing period, physical media cannot be ordered or pre-ordered, borrowed or returned.
  • Book return boxes are not operated.
  • All media loans (even when already pre-ordered) are extended for the duration of the closing period.
  • During closing period, reminder fees and late fines will not be added or will be cancelled for the duration of the closing respectively.
  • Interlibrary loans are suspended.
  • Please do not return borrowed media by mail!
  • Pre-orders on lent out media will be observed. Media, made ready for pick up will be available for one week after regular library services have resumed.
  • During closing period, library cards will not be issued.
  • Library tours, workshops and events are cancelled.

CURRENT INFORMATION FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF SALZBURG ON THE CORONA VIRUS CAN BE FOUND ON THE HOMEPAGE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF SALZBURG.

  • News
    The botanical gardens of the University of Salzburg will reopen on the 2nd June. Normal opening times will apply from the 2nd June.
    01.09.-12.09.2020, https://ditact.ac.at. Due to the current pandemic situation the ditact_womens IT summer studies of the University of Salzburg will take place a week later than planned, from the 01.09.-12.09.2020. Most of the courses will be held online.
    The Vice Rectorate for Research, Nicola Hüsing, received five thousand face masks, which were donated by Gebrüder Woerle Ges.m.b.H. in keeping with the motto „SHARING is CARING“ . The face masks were given out to the employees of the University of Salzburg.
    Due to the current situation personal contact with the Psychological Counseling Center is not possible at the moment. We are however available by e-mail, telephone, chat or video chat. Unfortunately, our normal range of workshops cannot take place in the usual way. We would however like to offer the following webinars as an alternative.
    We are gradually learning how to adapt to the Corona outbreak, both in our everyday lives as well as at the university. For us, this means changing to online teaching for the duration of the current semester. Courses and exams held in lecture halls and seminar rooms will not be possible, with exception to some special exams. Regulations for this are currently being drawn up; exceptions are also to be made for selected laboratory exercises and practical sports courses.
    Information of 23rd April 2020: The Minister of Science’s new ruling on special regulations for study law at universities has now been announced, which gives us the opportunity to regulate some important matters. Please note that these regulations have been set for a limited time period (i.e. for this semester, but sometimes even beyond this).
    Current information on labour law at PLUS
    The most important information on the changes to research services at the University of Salzburg.
    Distance learning for exchange students and the completion of courses from overseas.
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