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 Periodicals Reading Room

 
Periodicals Reading Room
PL: Czytelnia Czasopism

The Collection of Periodicals is composed of ca. 400 current titles of periodicals, and 550 current titles of foreign ones. The Collection is divided into 2 parts:

  1. Issues from the last 3 years are freely available on site in the Periodicals Reading Room. The Aleph Catalogue indicates Czytelnia Czasopism as their location.
  2. Issues older than 3 years are located in the main store rooms. They are available on site in the General Reading Room after the submission of the library order slip with the call number of the demanded item. The Aleph Catalogue indicates Księgozbiór Główny as their location.

Apart from the traditional paper version of periodicals, the SGH Library offers you free access to ca. 30,000 titles of foreign journals in the on-line form. You may consult our A-to-Z list of periodicals to check whether the title you are looking for is available in the SGH Library, and if so, in which database. The detailed information about ways of access to every database subscribed by the SGH Library you will find on the Electronic Resources page or in the Reference Centre (ground floor, room 10).

For detailed explanation how to find a needed periodical see ALEPH Guide, with English equivalents of Polish interfaces, and very comprehensive comments:

ALEPH Guide BROWSE FUNCTION (used to find a journal from the Periodicals Reading Room)

browse_periodicals_aleph.pdfbrowse_periodicals_aleph.pdf

Please, note! All periodicals are protected against stealing by electronic gates.No borrowings are allowed, but there is a possibility of making photocopies instead.

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 8.30 – 20.00
Saturday: 9.00 – 20.00
Sunday: 10.00 – 15.00

Contact and location:
Polish Periodicals Reading Room
Location: 2nd floor, room 204Phone: 022 564 9514  

Head of the Circulation Department: Ms Iwona  Borkowska, M.A.
Ground floor, room. 13Phone: 022 564 9527
iborko@sgh.waw.pl