Currently unavailable on-site-services in the Central Library

Function equipment and rooms

Our book trolleys, internet workstations, workstation for the visually impaired and blind, microfilm room, photocopying rooms, the validation machine, vending machines for drinks and snacks and the Cubar are currently unavailable.

Guided tours and trainings

On-site guided tours and trainings are unavailable for the time being.

Historical holdings

Our historical holdings are currently not available for use.

Individual workstations on a first-come-first-served basis

Our individual workstations on a first-come-first-served basis are currently unavailable.

Information Desk

Our Information Desk is closed for the time being.

On-site submission of dissertations – please send by post

Printed archival copies for electronic publication on MACAU?

Please upload your dissertation as described in our manual and send
- your signed affidavit
- your corresponding certificate, and
- two printed copies of your dissertation (brochure or hardcover with adhesive binding only)
to:
Universitätsbibliothek Kiel
Zentralbibliothek
Dissertationen/Tausch
Leibnizstr. 9
D-24118 Kiel
Please make sure to cite your address in doing so. Upon receipt we will issue a signed confirmation for you to submit to your deans's office.

Printed dissertation

If you are submitting printed copies only (their number depending on the faculties' requirements), please send them to:
Universitätsbibliothek Kiel
Zentralbibliothek
Dissertationen/Tausch
Leibnizstr. 9
D-24118 Kiel
Please make sure to cite your address in doing so. Upon receipt we will issue a signed confirmation for you to submit to your deans's office.

If you have any further questions about submitting your dissertation to the Central Library, please send an email to: dissertationen@ub.uni-kiel.de.

Self-pick-up of print resources in our open stacks areas

Our open stacks areas are closed for the time being.

Special stocks

Non-lending collections from our open stacks areas,, historical holdings with publication dates prior to 1801, manuscripts and scholarly papers as well as newspapers cannot be used at present.