Use our virtual services to explore the Central Library:
Arrangment of the Open Stack Holdings:
The following subject areas are predominantly represented in the freely accessible open stack holdings (distributed over 3 levels).
These items are sorted by their subject areas (systematic sorting based on the Regensburger Verbundklassifikation).
Level 0 - Miscellaneous, Sociology, General Science and Technology
Level -2 - Linguistics and Literary Studies
The following can also be found in-house:
Cafeteria, Klemperer-Saal, Corty Gallery, Saxony State Preservation Office as well as special collections such as: Saxonica, musik, maps, manuscripts, Deutsche Fotothek, textbook collections, stenographic collection and more.
If you have any questions about using the library, obtaining information or subject-specific questions, please ask a member of staff at one of our service desks.
For subject-specific or topic-specific questions, experts are also available to advise you in our Knowledge Bar.
We will be happy to answer your questions in writing or by telephone during service hours. Please use our contact form for written enquiries, suggestions or criticism.
The SLUB Dresden offers a wide range of open science services in interconnected subsections.
The Central Reading Room forms the core of the Central Library with its 200 study spaces/desks. If you would like to discuss and work undisturbed in a small group, find suitable locations for your events and lectures or if you are travelling with a child, we offer a wide variety of room solutions according to your requirements.
You will find further individual or group study spaces/desks in our modern SLUB Forum.