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Lending History

In the user account of the library catalogue, a list of your borrowings of the last 36 months can now be displayed on request. A medium will be only added to the list, if the medium has been returned after you have activated the list. To activate this function, you can specify in the user account under “User Data” whether a history is created for the account or not. If the parameter is activated, a further sub-account “History” is displayed in addition to borrowing, orders, provisions, and fees. By default, the parameter in the user account is disabled, so no loan history is created. The history is not visible externally and serves as a personal overview only.

Renewing Lendings

From now on, loans will no longer be renewed automatically. Please renew your loan online at WebOPAC or call us at 030 5019-2240 (Campus Treskowallee) or 030 5019-3240 (Campus Wilhelminenhof).

Digital training via Moodle

For the start of the semester, the library will once again offer online training via Moodle:

  • Especially suitable for freshers, we offer WebOPAC trainings for a precise overview from the beginning: Wed, 14. 10. 2020 - 11. 00 / Mon, 09. 11. 2020 - 11. 00
  • For all students and lecturers, who want to use the VPN Service and browse the library from home, we offer a training course for e-books, e-journals and databases and and introduce all digital library services: Fri, 23. 10. 2020 - 11. 00 / Thu, 12. 11. 2020 - 11. 00
  • And for all those, who are about to graduate, we offer the Citavi Training - Reference Management with one click: Thu, 22. 10. 2020 - 11 am

For further appointments and enquiries please send an e-mail to bibliothek@htw-berlin.de .

To the dates >>>

To the Moodle course and to the registration >>>

Attendance Lists at Reading Room and Lending Desk

All facilities of the university library have to keep attendance lists due to the Corona pandemic, where every visitor and user of the library has to register from now on. We ask you to support us in this matter and pay attention to these lists when entering the reading rooms and lending desks at both locations.

Thank you for your support

Your library team

Access to copy and scan stations, Carrels are available from 1st October 2020

Good news!

The scan and copy stations in the libraries can be used again immediately. The work cabins (carrels) will open on 1st October 2020.

We wish you a good start to the new semester.

Your library team

Changed opening hours

Both libraries are currently open to you at both locations.

Mon - Fri 10:00 am - 3:00 pm - Lending desk Campus Treskowallee

  • The research computers are still inaccessible.
  • A maximum of 10 persons may enter the library at the same time.
  • The book return box is only accessible during the opening hours. At 3 pm the court will be closed again.

Mon - Fri 10:00 am - 3:00 pm - Reading Room 1 Campus Treskowallee

  • The research computers are inaccessible.
  • Between the seats in the reading room, tables remain free as spacers.
  • A maximum of 18 people may enter the reading room.
  • Access to reading room 1 is only possible via the door opposite the gatekeeper.

Mon - Fri 10:00 am - 3:00 pm - Lending desk and reading room Wilhelminenhof

  • A maximum of 42 persons may enter the reading room.
  • The research computers are inaccessible.

Please think of mouth and nose protection in all buildings.

The interlibrary loan of the media from the library Campus Treskowallee to Campus Wilhelminenhof is possible. Book returns are possible at Campus Treskowallee via the book return box within the opening hours! The court will be closed at 3 pm.

Students and members of the HTW can continue to use the online services of the university library (e-books, databases, online journals) via VPN access.

We are happy to answer your questions by e-mail at bibliothek@htw-berlin.de or by phone 030 5019-2221 (general inquiries) 030 5019-3240 (Campus Wilhelminenhof) or 030 5019-2240 (Campus Treskowallee lending desk).

Thank you for your understanding.
Your library team