Terms of usage for studying from Monday, 19th October 2020
Terms of usage from Monday, 19th October 2020
Quiet study in the “Silentium” 45 study places are available for use in our “Silentium” study room. You will find power sockets in each study place. The room also has 4 standing workstations for Internet research. The study room is also open outside of normal library…
Copying can be done in A4 and A3 using our black and white copier. Each copy costs 5 cents. Payments are made via your student card.
Scanning can be done in formats up to A2 using our large format Bookeye scanner. You will need a standard USB stick to use this service, which is free of charge.
Printing You can print content from our research computers in A4 using…
Lockers are located in the library foyer and in the main stairwell of S-Building (S-Bau). Keys to lockers are issued in the library during opening hours. Opening hours pdf
Foyer locker keys can be borrowed for a loan period of one day. This period cannot be extended and locker keys must be returned the next working day. Alternatively, locker keys can be borrowed for a…
The order and use of Rosenheim University Library’s loan service is governed by German regulations on library services (“Leihverkehrsordnung der Bundesrepublik…
Training and tours
Please, sign in to the community for a list of all courses offered. Registration is possible there. Kursplan der Community
For students in the first semester and for first-time users
The Library – Services, functions and locations (about 30 minutes) You will get important tips for the use of the Library as well as a short introduction into the search function of…
The Inter-Library Loan service enables users to submit requests for literature which is not available at our library from other libraries and have it delivered to Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences.
Students, professors and all other members of Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences can use the Inter-Library Loan service.
Up to 20 inter-library loan requests are…
Definition (Plagiarism): Copying whole text contents or just parts of a text in a changed (shortened, reworded, translated) and unchanged form without acknowledging the original source and without marking the parts copied. Attention: This applies to all sources copied, graphics, images and charts must also be marked.
There are various tools you can use to avoid…
Publication Server OPUS
The online database OPUS offers all university members organisational and technical conditions for electronically publishing their own scientific documents speedily.
The papers are available on the internet worldwide after they have been made accessible and will be stored in the archives permanently by the university.
The documents are readable and accessible via…