Library

LIBRARY & INFORMATION CENTER OF THE

UNIVERSITY OF THE PELOPONNESE, KALAMATA DIVISION

 

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LIBRARY (Jointly with the HAMCRM Dept.)

 

The Literature Department Library, which is divided into a West and an East wing, holds approximately 23,000 volumes, 216 periodicals, a multitude of doctoral dissertations and postgraduate research works and some 600 reprints of scholarly works. It also includes two reading rooms and a special area which hosts rare books and benefactors’ donations to the library. Through the internet one may connect with electronic libraries, bibliography portals and data bases.

 

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

The Library and the Information Center, University of the Peloponnese, Kalamata Division, are situated in the building of the old Camp at the East Centre of Kalamata, which also houses the Faculty of Humanities and Cultural Studies. The Library occupies an area of ​​110 square metres. It hosts a reading room equipped with computers for accessing the OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog) on the Library's website: http://opac.library.uop.gr and for carrying out research. Very soon the Library will expand to a larger space of 250 square meters, in order to meet the increased needs of researchers.

LIBRARY MISSION

The Library’s mission is to support the educational and research needs of the academic community and to contribute to the intellectual and cultural development of the wider society.

CONTENTS AND CLASSIFICATION

The Library has been developed applying up-to-date library guidelines, methods and expertise. Its collection comprises more than 24,000 volumes, and it is gradually increasing through continuous purchases and donations. Indexing, classification and ordination of library material is based on the classification system of the Library of Congress.

BORROWING

The Library operates as a lending library. Exceptions apply to some categories, such as journal issues, newspapers, indexes, dictionaries, encyclopedias, maps, very old and rare books, manuscripts, archival material, photographs and Microfiches, which are used exclusively inside the Library. Users returning books may renew the lending period twice, provided that they have not been requested by another user.

RULES OF USE

Use of the Library, with the possibility of borrowing, is available to all registered undergraduate and graduate students, members of the academic community and the general public (external users), owning a library card. To obtain the library card interested individuals should submit the relevant application to the library staff.

GUIDELINES FOR USERS OF THE LIBRARY

Patrons of the Library are kindly asked to respect the Library as a designated quiet space (e.g. no cell phone rings and conversations, no group study, no loud or prolonged talking). Users are expected to place their bags and personal belongings in the special lockers provided for this purpose and turn the portable devices (mobile phones, Lap top etc.) into silent mode or off. The use of mobile phones, as well as smoking, drinking and eating is not allowed in the Library.

OPENING HOURS

The Library is open Monday-Thursday from 9:00 to 16:45, and Friday from 9:00 to 17:45. During Christmas, Easter and summer holidays (July 1st - August 31st) opening hours for the public are 9:00 to 14:45.

LIBRARY STAFF

John Psilloudis, librarian, S.T.L.S. Department of History, Archaeology and Cultural Resources Management, tel. 2721065131 and e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Georgia Katsou, library staff, S.T.L.S. Department of Philology, tel. 2721065131 and e-mail:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For more information, please visit the Library's website:

http://library.uop.gr/parartimata/kalamata-library

Contact Us

University of the Peloponnese

Faculty of Humanities and Cultural Studies

Department of Philology

Anatoliko Kentro - Palaio Stratopedo

Kalamata, 24100

Phones: +3027210 - 65115, 65102, 65106

Fax: +3027210 - 65112

Hours of Operation

Monday - Wednesday - Thursday 09:00 a,m, - 13:00 p.m.

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