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Reading rooms have 1 722 work and study spaces, 323 of them are equipped with computers.Vilnius University community members may use 3 group-work rooms in the Central Library and 5 in SCIC.In 2016, the Library users could search for information in 73 subscribed databases (e.g.Web of Science, Science Direct (Sci Verse), Springer LINK, Wiley Online Library, JSTOR, Emerald Management e Journals Collection, EBSCO Publishing, IEEE Xplore Digital Library, Passport, American Institute of Physics (AIP) Journals, American Physical Society (APS) Journals, Sage Journals, Annual Reviews etc.). The Library of Vilnius University is the oldest institutional library in Lithuania and one of the oldest in Eastern Europe.It dates back to 1570, when the Jesuit College and the Library were founded.The Library participates in the international project of the digitized manuscript cultural heritage .The Library is involved in an exchange of publications with 84 foreign libraries and academic institutions in various countries.
Since 1965, the Library has been a depository of the United Nations.
In the SCIC and in the Central Library students have an opportunity to heat their home made food, to make tea or coffee.
Opening of the SCIC conceptually changed the community character of University information surroundings: another stage of integration of the faculty libraries was finished forming two information centres, both linked by united management, administration, and maintenance systems.
We receive publications of the General Assembly of the UN and other subdivisions of the following organizations: UNESCO, WHO, IAEA, FAO, ILO, UNIDO, IMF, and ICJ.
The Library is a member of three international organizations: Bibliotheca Baltica, Consortium of European Research Libraries (CERL), and Association of European Research Libraries (LIBER), as well as Academic Libraries Association of Lithuania, the Lithuanian Research Library Consortium and Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR).
Information sources and the Library’s maintenance systems for the users of the Library are available 24/7 for the first time in the University’s history.