Library center Wall
- Educational Sciences library
Branches: Libraries at Strassoldogasse 10/I:
Early Childhood Education
Professionalism in Education
- Romance Studies library
- Slavic Studies library
- Translation Studies library
- Linguistics library
The library center is open to the public. In order to borrow books you need a library card. Most of the literature can be found in open-shelf stacks. Reference books, periodicals and documents in the reserve collection are not for loan. Throghout the library you can find notebook-work stations and WLAN-access.
The library holds a substantial stock of audiovisual media including a great number of foreign language feature films on DVD.
All DVDs and, if necessary, an external DVD drive may be borrowed for one week.
Meeting point at the loan desk (Merangasse 70). Special arrangements for small group.
- Library tour & search portal unikat (no registration), every Tuesday at 10.00
- Introduction to database research on request
Emphasis of collection
Educational science: history of pedagogics, theories of education, methodology; systematic and comparative education, school education, methods, didactics, social education, social work; adult education, work and professional education, women's education and research; educational psychology; medical and special education, early childhood education, gerontology, nursing sciences; integrating sciences (psychology, sociology, philosophy, anthropology); war and peace; media and digital transformation; migration and diversity.
Romance studies: all Romance languages, especially French, Italian, Spanish (including Hispano-American).
Subjects: General and Romance linguistics and literatures; fiction (in the original languages); Hispano-American women's literature; geography and culture of Romance speaking countries; instructional books; language teaching books
Slavonic studies: Languages: Church Slavonic; Macedonian, Bulgarian, Serbo-Croatian (Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian), Slovene; Russian, Ukrainian, Belorussian; Polish, Czech, Slovak; Kashubian, Sorbian, Polabic, Rusyn.
Subjects: General and Slavic linguistics and literature; Balkan studies (including Albanian philology); old and new texts, fiction (in the original languages); literature about Eastern and Southeastern Europe; history; culture and ethnology; religions; Austrian minorities.
Translation studies: Languages: Arabic, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Russian, Serbo-Croatian (Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian), Sign languages, Slovene, Spanish, Turkish
Subjects: dictionaries, theory of translation, sign languages.