What is it exactly?
The European Documentation Center is part of a worldwide network of information centers which was established by the European Union to support study, teaching and research at university level.
Document types found in the collection are: judicial case studies, materials for law preparation, bills, institutional reports and dispute papers, journals, book series, reference papers, statistical issues, bibliographies and online documents available through access to the databases of the EU institutions.
The holdings of the Center is constantly growing, mainly with specialized literature of the European Union published in Hungary.
Where can I find it?
The collection is located in the Social Sciences Reading Room (on the 1st floor). Shelves number S13/2-S16/1 are available during the opening hours of the Klebelsberg Library.
Who can help me?
Tel.: +36 62 546-641
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I use it?
The entire holdings of the European Documentation Center is integrated into the catalog of the library, where it can be browsed or searched.
Certain documents, marked with a red label, are only for local use, therefore these items cannot be borrowed.