Agriculture Branch Library
Address & Contacts
E-mail Interlibrary Loan: illagraria(AT)unifi.it
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CLOSED 1 - 6 January
Opening hours from 21 to 31 December:
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|24 e 31 |
|27 December |
(scorri a destra)
The library was set up in 1913 with the collection coming from the Regio istituto superiore di scienze forestali di Vallombrosa and holds a number of valuable and antique items.
The collection currently consists of about 50,000 volumes, besides all audio-visual material. A great part of the books are held in the various departments of the School of Agriculture.
All material acquired before the 1980s is searchable through card catalogues only.
The library houses the following special collections (links in italian):graduation theses (in italian) of the School.
The journals collection counts about 1500 titles of which 150 with a standing subscription. Most of the journals are available in digital format only.
For bibliographic research about East Africa (Somalia in particular) you can consult the Ost-Afrika bibliography (in italian).
Reading and Loans
In the main reading room the books are on open shelves and freely accessible.To borrow material users need their user card (in italian) or a valid ID.
Most of the books are for loan term for 30 or 60 days (standard loan) depending on the borrower. The other books, with a black dot near the call number tag, are for reference or for overnight or weekend loan.
- See loan rules (in italian) to know how many books you can borrow and for how long
Encyclopedias, dictionaries, indices and atlases are for reference only.
Journals and audio-visual material are accessible by requesting them to the staff.
Reference works, journals, rare and valuable books, graduation theses cannot be borrowed.
Late returns will incur in suspension from borrowing for a number of days equal to the days the loan is outstanding. The suspension is automatically calculated by the system. If more than one item is outstanding, the suspension period will add up the days of all items.
For more information, please check the Regulations of the University Library System and Services (in italian).
- Monday to Friday during opening hours (8.30 am - 6 pm) or by appointment
- phone +39 055 2755819 email bibag(AT)unifi.it