Studying at ISS: The Library re-opens limited spaces
The ISS Library is happy to (safely) open its doors for studying again. As of Monday 22 June, 10 study spaces will be available for students who have registered through our new reservation system. The reservation system will be available from Sunday 21 June, 9 a.m. onward.
To keep us all healthy and safe we have laid out some rules in order to have as little traffic in the Library as possible. Please come prepared and bring your own food and drinks.
We love to see you again but keep the following in mind:
- Come alone
- Keep a safe distance from others (of at least 1,5 meters)
- Stay home if you have symptoms of a cold or the flu
Upon entering the ISS building please check in at the reception. The reception will then refer you to the Library staff member on duty. You will be asked several questions regarding your health situation before entering the Library. In addition, you will be asked to present both your reservation and student card.
Please be aware that, no reservation = no admission to the Library.
Reserving your study space
- Use the 'Reserve your study space' button on the ISS Library website to reserve a seat with your ERNA-id online (you can reserve a study place from 9 a.m. the day before)
- You will receive a confirmation via email
- The Library is open from 09.00 until 17.00 hrs, Monday-Friday
- No reservation = no admission to the Library
Do you have questions or need support? Contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or call 070-4260456