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Library opening hours in July and August
21. June 2022 | Notifications
Between July 1st and August 31st, library will be working on summer schedule. From Monday to Tuesday and from Thursday to Friday, library will be open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and on Wednesday from 08 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Library will be closed on Saturdays.
Trial acces to Numérique Premium
06. June 2022 | Notifications
Numérique Premium offers access to ebooks in Humanities, Social, Legal and Political Sciences. More than 5,400 French language titles - in partnership with 60 publishers. Trial access is available till 30th June 2022.
Indo-Pacific in a changing international environment
30. May 2022 | EARL
On Tuesday, 24 May, celebrating the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Slovenia and Australia, a panel on challenges and opportunities in the Indo-Pacific was held at the Faculty of Social Sciences in Ljubljana. The event was held to celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Australia and Slovenia.
New date for library course on library's e-resources
26. May 2022 | Courses
The library at the Faculty of Social Sciences is organizing courses in English to help foreign students with the use of library services, in particular e-resources. You can apply for the scheduled course or set up an individual consultation.
Permanent access to additional Oxford Scholarly Editions Online collections
23. May 2022 | Notifications
Oxford Scholarly Editions Online provides trustworthy, annotated primary texts for scholars and students. It includes writers active between 701 and 1901, plus Roman and Greek authors. Permanent access to additional electronic collections of classical texts is available.
Members of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences visited the EARL
09. May 2022 | EARL
On 29 2022, the EARL had the great honour of welcoming distinguished members of the Institute of European Studies of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS). The Chinese delegation was led by Professor Liu Zuokui, Deputy Director of the CASS Institute for European Studies.