The College Library is located on the 2nd floor of the South Block Building. It occupies three quarters of the floor and has a total area of 900 square meters. The Library is designed to provide a seating capacity of approximately 280 persons.
The Library is fully computerized in order to assist librarians and students in a variety of ways. Computer terminals are available for the users providing access to the Internet. There are 10 public workstations supporting the needs of users.
The Library has two primary objectives. The first objective is to maintain an adequate, quality collection, comprised of curricular and co-curricular materials and to meet the educational needs of students as well as the professional needs of the faculty and other personnel. The second objective is to provide and maintain services of high quality that will encourage the appropriate use of the Library by faculty and students.
The College Library is open 5 days a week for a total of fifty-six hours. The Library schedule is Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 10:00a.m. to 3:00p.m. In addition, the Library is open 6 days during the Christmas break and 6 days during the Easter break, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Library collections are organized by internationally approved conventions and
- are arranged for efficient retrieval at the time of need based on the Library of Congress Classification System (LCCS). The College Library uses the LCCS since 1986. The Library provides its users easy access to books, periodicals, journals and other reference material.
For the search of a book the Library is fully computerized. A user can track down a book by simply entering the author, a keyword or title of a book. The user can also search the database by subject so he/she can look at all books in the Library on a specific topic. To assist research, the Library subscribes to a number of databases such as Infotrac-SearchBank, Proquest’s ABI/Inform and Curriculum Package, PsycArticles, ACM Digital Library, Emerald Insight, Sage Premier 2007 and EBSCO’s Academic Search Elite, through its Internet facilities. The College Library was the first to offer the Proquest ABI/Inform and Emerald Databases in Cyprus. The databases provide users with access to full-text magazines, journals, newspapers, conference proceedings, company reports and many more.
The photocopy center located within the Library provides services to students such as typing, photocopying and selling school materials and supplies.
The Library is also in charge of ordering and selling textbooks. The goal of the bookstore is to make student life easier by providing students with all needed textbooks without having to go searching around the town.
You can visit our website at library.euc.ac.cy.
|Theodoros Tzitzimbourounis||Head Librarian||22713154||T.Tzitzimbourounis@euc.ac.cy|
|Stella Nicolaou||Cataloguing Librarian||22713094||S.Nicolaou@euc.ac.cy|
|Demetra Demetriou||Assistant Librarian||22713153||D.Demetriou@euc.ac.cy|