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Central Reading Hall

Opening hours
Monday: Reading Room: 9.00-18.00
Depository: 9.00-17.30
Tuesday: Reading Room: 9.00-18.00
Depository: 9.00-17.30
Wednesday: Reading Room: 9.00-18.00
Depository: 9.00-17.30
Thursday: Reading Room: 9.00-18.00
Depository: 9.00-17.30
Friday: Reading Room: 9.00-14.00
Depository: 9.00-13.30
Saturday: closed
Sunday: closed

Route, contacts
Address: 1088 Budapest, Múzeum krt. 6-8.
E-mail: kariolvaso [at] btk [dot] elte [dot] hu
Phone: +36 1 485 5200/5451
Library code: B2 119
Route:

Underground train: No. 2.  - Astoria station

Tram: 47, 49  - Astoria station

Bus: 7, 178, 112, 8  - Astoria station


News

Opening hours from 9. of February

Central Reading Hall

Opening hours (from 9. of February):

 

Monday:               9 - 18

Tuesday:               9 - 18

Wednesday:         9 - 18

Thursday:             9 - 16

Closed on the registration week

Central Reading Hall

The library is closed on the registration week!

(2th – 6th of February). Opening: 9th of February

Literary Texts from Roman Trimithis: a lecture by Raffaella Cribiore (New York University)

Mon, 2013-03-04 14:00 - 16:00 Térkép
Central Reading Hall

The Egyptology Department of Eötvös Loránd University and the Medieval Studies Department of Central European University cordially invite you to a lecture by Raffaella Cribiore (New York University) Literary Texts from Roman Trimithis (Dakhla Oasis, Egypt); on Monday 4 March at 2 pm, Lecture Hall 172 ELTE BTK, Budapest, VIIIth district, Múzeum krt. 4/B.

 

Who can register?

Students
Professors

Details of registration

  1. The library is only available for use for registered users. The library user’s data is entered into the computer database at the time of registration and those shall be stored, handled and protected by the library in accordance with the provisions of Act LXIII of 1992 on the protection of personal data and disclosure of data of public interest.
  2. Registration is done in person, by filling out the library data sheet.
  3. The following is required for registration:
    1. For Hungarian citizens: student ID, personal ID and residence card.
    2. For foreign citizens: student ID, passport; for citizens of EU member states: passport or personal ID card.
    3. Registration is valid for one scholar semester for students and one calendar year for employees.
  4. Prior to starting using the library, the user shall verify that he/she is a registered member of the library.
  5. All registered library users are entitled to use the reading rooms of the library, collections on the open stacks and the computers located in the reading rooms.
  6. Teachers and employees of ELTE and students of ELTE BTK with a corresponding legal status may borrow from the collection specified.
  1. The maximum number of documents that may be physically borrowed is 5, for a term of 2 weeks. The loan period may be extended once within the semester term for an additional 2 weeks (in person, by phone, e-mail or on-line). The loan period within the examination period is reduced to 1 week and no extension is allowed.
  1. The library is only available for use for registered users.
  1. The use of computers and the Internet is free of charge and all registered readers are entitled to their use.
  2. The computers provide access to the catalogues and electronic manuals of the library, databases accessible through the Internet with subscription and within the framework of a national license and information sources made available to the Hungarian higher education and research network.
  3. The use of own data media (pendrive, floppy) is permitted, however the Library bears no responsibility for the material stored on the computers.
  4. Downloading and installat
  1. All registered library users are entitled to use the reading rooms of the library, collections on the open stacks and the computers located in the reading rooms.
  2. Use of the cloakroom lockers is compulsory in the library and is free of charge. The library shall not be responsible for the loss of personal belongings left unattended.

Alapgyűjtemények

Name Position Title E-Mail Phone
Dr. Gáborné Varga Librarian varga [dot] gaborne [at] btk [dot] elte [dot] hu +36 1 411 6500 / 5837
Eszter Simon Librarian simon [dot] eszter [at] btk [dot] elte [dot] hu +36 1 411 6500 / 5837
Gabriella Szakolczi librarian szgabriella [at] caesar [dot] elte [dot] hu
Ingrid Hamow Librarian hamow [dot] ingrid [at] btk [dot] elte [dot] hu +36 1 411 6500 / 5319
Istvánné Balló Librarian ballo [dot] istvanne [at] btk [dot] elte [dot] hu +36 1 411 6500 / 5192
Szonja Dániel Head of Library daniel [dot] szonja [at] btk [dot] elte [dot] hu +36 1 411 6500 / 5031
Veronika Hartl Librarian hartl [dot] veronika [at] btk [dot] elte [dot] hu +36 1 411 6500 / 5192
Xénia Vincze Librarian vincze [dot] ildiko [at] btk [dot] elte [dot] hu +36 1 411 6500 / 5319

The Central Reading Room has over 150,000 volumes of documents, the majority of which may be borrowed. 

Our collections: Music, sheet music, film theory, film art, communication and media, literature history and theory, philology, Hungarian and world history, ethnography, aesthetics, selected Hungarian language literature related to philosophy, especially the textbooks of these subjects, compulsory and recommended literature, reference literature (encyclopedias, manuals) and dictionaries of the languages taught on the Faculty. The works of literature and critics necessary for the courses. Publications of the teachers of the BTK, publications of the institution.

Over 60 Hungarian language periodicals, weekly prints are also available in the Library.

 

Collections:

Following termination of the ELTE Faculty of Teachers’ Training College, the book and sheet music collection of the Music Department was received by the Library. These collections are available exclusively to the teachers and students of the department. The department’s theses are also found here.

Two deposit collections are available in the Central Reading Room. One is intended to assist students of the Italian department, the other for students of the Roman Philology Department, in their studies. Both deposits are found on open stacks and may only be used on-site.

Cyrillic script collection

The majority of the works of literature found in the Russian language collection are of classics, literature history and theoretical literature, philology.


 

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