UB Psychology

Psychologie

 

 

Book Study Spaces

Study spaces can be reserved via booked:

booked-UB

We also offer study spaces that can be used without prior reservation.

Group Study Rooms BIN 0.C.03 and 0.C.09

The group study room serves as a learning and working space, e.g. for cooperative group work, exam simulations and discussions.

Book

UZH students can reserve the rooms via booked-UB.

  • min. 2 to max. 4 people
  • max. 4 hours and 7 days in advance

Rules of use

  • During use, please ensure that conversations are conducted at low volume and that other library users are not disturbed. Otherwise, you will be asked to leave the room.
  • Cleanliness must be ensured when leaving the room. Eating and the use of cell phones are not permitted. As a beverage only water from drinking bottles is allowed.
  • For security reasons, it is recommended that valuables not be left unattended in the group study room. The library is not liable for items brought into its premises.
  • The room must be vacated 5 minutes before the end of the booking time or, if necessary, must be extended at the counter if there are no reservations.
  • During use, the instructions of the library staff must be followed and access to the study room must be guaranteed to them in any case.

Access outside Opening Hours for UZH Students

For access to the library outside opening hours, UZH students can submit an application for an access card (PDF, 22 KB).

Long-term Lockers

Lockers can be borrowed in the UB Psychology. If you are interested, please contact the information desk. The following rules apply:

  • Lockers are managed via swisscovery.
  • Rental period: 6 months
  • Rental fee: CHF 20.-

Information about the Location (BIN-C.01)

The collection is composed of:

  • approx. 25'000 reference books, reference works, dictionaries
  • approx. 260 journals (physical and/or online)
  • some DVDs
  • Furthermore, various e-journals, e-books and databases are accessible online via the university network.

The collections are set up alpha-numerically and are freely accessible to all. In addition to the loan collection, there are reference collections in the form of handbooks, departmental libraries and journals. These are marked with a red dot.