- Using the library
- Federated Search Portal
- Borrowing items
- Requesting and renewal
- Reading rooms
- Subject Guides
- Cartography and geography
- Ethnology and folkloristics
- European Union
- Information sciences
- International organisations
- Literary science
- Political sciences
- Theatre and film
- Lists of new literature
The open access collection of information sciences, librarianship and bibliology is located in the Information Sciences Reading Room on the 5th floor.
New literature in information sciences - covers new information science and librarianship publications acquired by Estonian research libraries (National Library, Tallinn University Academic Library, Tallinn University of Technology Library, and Tartu University Library). Issued four times a year.
How to find articles published in the Estonian press
Database of Estonian articles ISE – a bibliographic database of the newspapers, journals, collections of articles, and serials published in Estonia. Information science and librarianship articles can be searched across the entire database or in the subject database ISE humanitaaria. Includes also Estonica. The opening page has a link to other Estonian databases of articles.
Information on articles published before 1996 can be found in the card catalogues and bibliographic publications:
- Raamatukogunduse bibliograafia (Bibliography of librarianship) 1955-2006. The years 2000-2006 are available in the digital archive DIGAR
Card catalogues located in the Reference Reading Room
Artiklite ja retsensioonide kroonika (Chronicle of Articles and Reviews)
Where else to find information on information science and librarianship
Search portal of the National Library enables you to search in one or simultaneously several databases in a uniform environment. Contains library catalogues, databases of articles, and other selected websites. Information science databases are indicated separately. Available are e-journals.
Subject Gateway- Information sciences - a systematised and indexed search system that enables users to find also library science and librarianship databases, texts and free-access journals, a selection of library catalogues and portals created elsewhere.
The Library will be closed on April 18 and 19.