Scanning books on demand
To our students and teachers we temporarily offer that we will scan books that are not accessible online and put them to MUNI archive of digitized texts, which is now remotely available.
As we negotiated to make the university “E-loans” service temporarily accessible from home, we offer to complement this archive of digitized books according to the needs of our users.
It's simple – the books we have in the collection, you need them, but they aren't currently available online, we'll scan for you, put them in the “E-loans” archive, and let you know. We prefer to meet the requirements of teachers who need a book to teach and students who need a book to complete their theses.
For detailed instructions on how to submit a demand, see the library webpage Scanning books on demand.
Library services during summer 2020
We plan to extend the opening hours or make the study places and the Bloomberg terminal accessible.
Remote access to digitized books is coming to an end
On May 17, remote access to the archives of the digitized books E-loans (operated by MU) and Kramerius (operated by the National Library of the Czech Republic) will end.
Participation in research into the effects of the pandemic on employees
The Department of Corporate Economics is involved in international research to determine the impact of the pandemic and lockdown on employees and their work.
The State of Emergency in the Czech Republic is prolonged to 17 May
On Tuesday, 28 April, the Parliament of the Czech Republic agreed with prolonging the State of Emergency in the Czech Republic until 17 May.