Nacionalna i sveučilišna knjižnica

  • National and University Library
  • NSK

Archival and Other Holdings

University Library holds all of the inter-war Jewish journals from Zagreb, and Sarajevo ("Židov"; "Jevrejska tribuna"). Rare editions section in "the volt" (trezor) hold personal and business correspondence of a prominent Zagreb Zionist lawyer, Lavoslav Schick (Šik), killed in the Holocaust (Jasenovac concentration camp), like most people from the group of Zagreb Jewish lawyers and jurists arrested for the first time in 1941.

Finding Aids, Guides, and Publication

How to find information about the Library’s holdings? In order to submit a request for the Library’s materials users must find out whether a particular item is part of the Library’s holdings and write down the item’s call number. BooksIF YOU ARE FAMILIAR WITH THE AUTHOR OR TITLE·Search the Library’s Online Catalogue.·Search the Library’s Alphabetical Card Catalogue of Books (on the Ground Floor). Apart from records on books, this Catalogue includes records on calendars, yearbooks, almanacs and similar publications that recently started to be categorized as serial publications. Specific items are searched by the author’s name (last name, first name) or by the titles of anonymous works. Due to the application of different cataloguing systems, the Catalogue has chronologically been divided in two series: a) Catalogue of works published until 1975 may be searched by author or the first noun in the titles of anonymous works, i.e. Enciklopedijski rječnik–See: Rječnik, enciklopedijski. b) Catalogue of works published between 1976 and 1990 may be searched by author or the first word in the titles of anonymous works.IF YOU ARE UNFAMILIAR WITH THE AUTHOR OR TITLE·Search the Library’s Online Catalogue.·Put your query to our subject search specialists (on the Ground Floor, Floors 1, 3 or 4) who search the resources available to the Library by specific subject areas (assisting users with their high-school graduation theses, seminar papers, graduation, master’s and doctoral theses, etc.).·Search the Library’s Special Catalogue of Books published until 1990 on the Ground Floor, where titles have chronologically been classified by specific subject areas (i.e. musical theory, folklore, dance, etc.). Journals and newspapersIF YOU ARE FAMILIAR WITH THE AUTHOR OR TITLE•Search the Library’s Online Catalogue.•Search the Library’s Alphabetical Card Catalogue of Periodicals (on the Ground Floor). The Catalogue is organized in two series. It may be searched by the names of serial publications only (newspapers, journals, etc.). Due to the application of different cataloguing systems, the Catalogue has chronologically been divided in two series: a) Catalogue of periodicals published until 1978 may be searched by the first noun in the title of a serial publication, i.e. Narodne novine–See: Novine, narodne. b) Catalogue of periodicals published between 1979 and 1990 may be searched by the first word in the title of a serial publication.IF YOU ARE UNFAMILIAR WITH THE AUTHOR OR TITLE•Search the Library’s Online Catalogue.•Put your query to our subject search specialists (on the Ground Floor, Floors 1, 3 or 4) who search the resources available to the Library by specific subject areas (assisting users with their high-school graduation theses, seminar papers, graduation, master’s and doctoral theses, etc.).•Search the Library’s Special Catalogues of Periodicals published until 1990 on the Ground Floor, where titles have chronologically been classified by specific subject areas (i.e. medicine, pharmaceutics, pharmacology, etc.). These catalogues may not be searched by the titles of individual articles.•Search the Library’s Topographical Catalogue of Periodicals published until 1990 on the Ground Floor, where titles have alphabetically and chronologically been classified by the place of publication (i.e. Dubrovnik, Osijek, Zagreb, etc.). These catalogues may not be searched by the titles of individual articles.

University Library holds all of the inter-war Jewish journals from Zagreb, and Sarajevo ("Židov"; "Jevrejska tribuna"). Rare editions section in "the volt" (trezor) hold personal and business correspondence of a prominent Zagreb Zionist lawyer, Lavoslav Schick (Šik), killed in the Holocaust (Jasenovac concentration camp), like most people from the group of Zagreb Jewish lawyers and jurists arrested for the first time in 1941.

Opening Times

Summer opening hours (15 July–16 August 2013) Monday to Friday 8.00–15.00 Opening hours for library usersMonday to Friday 8.00–21.00 Saturday 8.00–15.00 Evening opening hoursMonday to Friday 21.00–24.00 Central Reference ServiceMonday to Friday 8.00–21.00 Saturday 8.00–15.00 User registrationMonday to Friday 8.00–21.00 Saturday 8.00–15.00 Lending services, Interlibrary LoanMonday to Friday 8.00–21.00 Saturday 8.00–15.00 Reading roomsMonday to Friday 8.00–21.00 Saturday 8.00–15.00 Special collectionsMonday to Friday 9.00–14.30 Science citation index searchMonday to Friday 9.00–17.00 USER SERVICES OPENING HOURSFrom Monday to Friday the user services are available as follows: Ground floorCentral Reference Service 8.00–21.00 User registration 8.00–21.00 Lending services 8.00–21.00 Interlibrary Loan 8.00–21.00 MezzanineLIS Collection 8.00–21.00 Science citation index search 9.00–17.00 Lower Ground FloorManuscripts and Old Books Collection 9.00–14.30 Floor 1Doctoral and Master’s Theses Collection 8.00–21.00 Homeland War Book Collection 8.00–21.00 Floor 2Special collections (Print Collection, Music Collection, Map Collection) 9.00–14.30 Floor 3Reading room–Periodicals 8.00–21.00 Open Access Reading Rooms–Social Sciences and Humanities 8.00–21.00 Floor 4Reading room–Croatian and International Periodicals 8.00–21.00 Open Access Reading Rooms–Natural, Applied and Technical Sciences 8.00–21.00 Official Publications Collection 8.00–21.00 On Saturdays library user services are available from 8.00–15.00. Closed stack items requested by 19.30 may be accessed in the reading rooms or borrowed the same day, while items requested after 19:30 are processed the next day until 21.00.