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Bibliothèque cantonale et universitaire
Lausanne, site Unithèque
CH – 1015 Lausanne-Dorigny

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Unithèque site
CH - 1015
Lausanne
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Facilities

Wifi

877 Work places

Public computers

Multi-function printers

Returnbox

Self-check machine

Special services

Deposit of UNIL theses

Are you a PhD student at UNIL? You must deposit a copy of your thesis with the Unithèque site to be awarded your doctorate.

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Press

The main Swiss daily newspapers, a selection of international newspapers and a range of weekly publications.

Reading room

Explore our rare and precious works, manuscript collections, publications prior to 1850 and dissertations submitted to UNIL.

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Loan of DVD players

10 portable DVD player/recorders, including one suitable for Blu-ray

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Cinespace

A space dedicated to the 7th art, where you can work alone or in a group, view films and explore new releases.

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Video viewing rooms

We have two rooms with four places and two for a maximum of 20 people where you can view films on site.

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Audiovisual archives

A dedicated computer workstation where you can listen to materials from the RTS, RTSI and the Swiss National Sound Archives.

Access to online resources

Numerous digital resources (journals, ebooks and databases) available to access free of charge from the public computers.

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Collections and heritage

On the Unithèque site, find the documentary resources you need to support your university studies. Our collections specialise in the human and social sciences, and have been created under the responsibility of a team of academic librarians.

We also look after collections of rare books relating to our history and heritage. These can be made available to you in a dedicated reading room by the Manuscripts Department and Rare Books Collections. We have also recently created a section dedicated to important illustrated works.