The Information Center at FHWien der WKW
The library is the information center at FHWien der WKW. The provision of literature, the passing on of knowledge and information supports students, researchers and teaching staff.
The following services are available in the 430 m2 library:
- 61 separate reading areas with power supplies for laptops
- Six computers to work on
- An OPAC PC to search for media
- One multifunctional device (photocopying, scanning, printing)
- One book scanner
- Electronic full-text database (e-journals) – access via the Moodle course “Bibliothek”
If you cannot find what you are looking for, just ask!
Please talk to library staff for access and borrowing possibilities for external visitors.
The library of FHWien der WKW is specialized in the fields of management and communication. The library currently houses 19,100 pieces of printed media (books, magazines and dissertations). The books available in our library can be viewed in the online catalog.
It is also possible to search for relevant literature via the Austrian Library Network (Österreichischen Bibliothekenverbundes), which has over 70 active member institutions. There are currently approximately seven million books and 700,000 newspapers in the whole catalog.
FHWien der WKW’s library has over 17,000 e-journals and over 4,500 e-books. You can find more information about the different digital resources in the Moodle course “Bibliothek”.
|Monday – Friday||9 am – 9 pm / Circulation & Cash until 8:45 pm|
|Saturday||9 am – 4 pm / Circulation & Cash until 3:45 pm|
The library will be closed on Sundays and public holidays.
Attention: Different opening hours during holidays!
Please be aware that is not possible to borrow and return books when the library is closed. During this time the library does not send any notices or reminders.
We reserve the right to make changes to the opening hours.
Please note the information and current news of the library on Moodle.
|Here you will find current information on the adapted opening hours & borrowing conditions due to the current coronavirus situation.|