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Information for students:

  • During the summer holidays, the library will only be open for absentee loans. Due to limited access to the building for students and staff only. Please report to the library upon entry.
  • If your loan period expires and cannot be extended and you do not have the option to return the book, please contact us at email library
  • You can use online resources for self-study:

  • - databases available at MU. Use to log in Remote Access .
  • - browser of all el. resources available at MU.
  • - Masaryk University reading room.
  • Pablikado - study collection - study collections within the online database of professional resources Pablikado.
  • Elsevier - free textbooks - textbooks produced by Elsevier.
  • Cambridge University Press - textbook produced by Cambridge University Press.
  • Taylor and Francis - A collection of e-books from Taylor and Francis.
  • Oxford Scholarship Online - Approximately 33,000 e-books from Oxford University.
  • JSTOR books - JSTOR-ebooks collection.
  • Kramerius - scanned books in the archives of the National Library.
  • Kramerius - MZK - digitized titles of the Moravian Regional Library.
  • IEEE eLearning Library - Online courses in all areas of engineering and information technology.
  • Taylor & Francis e-books - a complete collection of e-books from Taylor & Francis.
  • De Gryuter e-books - a collection of more than 75,000 e-books from all fields, not only from de Gryuter, but also from almost 40 other prestigious academic publishers.
  • Springer ComputerScience e-textbooks - Over 750 e-textbooks from various fields are also available within the collection.
  • Springer e-books - more than 500 key textbooks in the field of natural sciences, medicine, etc.
  • libraries-self-study - summary information from MU libraries.
  • #KnihovnyPROTIviru - web directory of resources for study, scientific work and leisure.
  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) - A list of freely available coronavirus collections from leading scientific publishers.

  • The FI library operates as a modern university library with direct access to the library collection. It offers about 18,000 books (mostly in the field of computer science), 30 titles of printed journals and access to top electronic resources.

    More about the library

    Borrowing period

    During the academic year
    Monday - Thursday 8:00 to 12:00 and 13:00 to 16:30
    Friday 8:00 to 12:00 and 13:00 to 14:00
    About the holidays
    Monday - Friday 9:00 to 12:00
    3-7 August and 17-21. August closed
    In September (from September 1 to the beginning of the semester)
    Monday - Friday 9:00 to 12:00


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