Click & Meet: Search appointments with a fixed time slot can be allocated on a limited basis (Mon, Tue & Thu: 9am-5pm, Wed: 9am-3pm, closed Fridays). For this, please write a message to email@example.com with date and time slot. Important: from now on, admission will only be granted with proof of a daily negative COVID-19 rapid test, vaccination documentation or proof of a confirmed infection as defined in § 4a Corona Ordinance.
Please note that proof of a daily updated "rapid test" is necessary and can only be carried out by trained staff. A "self-test" is not sufficient.
Click & Collect: Borrowing media (not presentation copies, theses and journals) can be collected by appointment. Please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org stating the title, author and shelfmark (search via OPAC) and the date on which you wish to collect the book. The loan periods for borrowed books have been reinstated. Proof of a negative rapid test is NOT required for loan or return.
Important: To borrow a book, you need to fill in the registration form once (see below).
You can find more information about the current research and borrowing options on the CampusPortal!
Please note: Upon entering the building, you must sign in. You can find detailed instructions here: Contact tracing
Offer of electronic resources
All information on e-books and articles available to you can be found on the CampusPortal under "08 Library"!
New databases available!
The literature database WISO is now available! Access is currently via a general login. Please do not pass this on or change it, otherwise access will be blocked. In addition, all free and licensed databases are posted on the „DBIS“ platform. You can filter either alphabetically or by subject area. In the menu item "Collections" you will find two folders with licensed databases and national licences. Please note that the national licences can only be accessed on the university network. We are working hard to make remote access possible. We ask for your understanding and patience. Thank you very much!
Guide to the optimal use of the library catalogue
You would like to learn more about all the features of our library catalogue? It's easy: Download our guide in the CampusPortal. There you will find all the information you need on how to use it.
Welcome to our library
Here you will find all books that are in our stock. Just enter a keyword and the list of results will appear. The shelfmark indicates the location of the book on the shelves. If you are at a loss, please ask our library staff.
To borrow a book, it is necessary to register in advance. Please fill out the loan form, sign it and hand it in at the library.
The cooperation with the Hochschule der Bundesagentur für Arbeit allows all university members (including employees) free access to over 60,000 media. Please visit Hochschule.Mannheim-Bibliothek@arbeitsagentur.de to find out whether you can currently apply for a user card. A letter from the library is required for registration. Please contact us at email@example.com oder persönlich.
To the online catalogue of the HdBA:
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EBSCO provides free access to productivity strategies for e-learning and distance learning, home office work and stress management during the pandemic.
Willkommen im Online-Bibliothekskatalog der Hochschule der Wirtschaft für Management
Hier haben Sie Zugriff auf unseren Bestand mit über 4000 Medien, der stetig erweitert wird. Neben aktuellen Lehrbüchern stehen Ihnen studiengangsbasierte Vertiefungsliteratur, Pflichtlektüren, Zeitschriften und Abschlussarbeiten ehemaliger Absolventen zur Verfügung. Des Weiteren besteht der Zugang zu Online-Datenbanken und damit zu zahlreichen elektronischen Ressourcen. Über die Links zu den verschiedenen Fachdatenbanken können außerdem frei zugängliche Texte genutzt werden. Falls Sie ein Buch nicht finden, haben Sie die Möglichkeit einen Anschaffungsvorschlag zu machen.
Welcome to the online library catalogue of University of Applied Sciences for Management
Here you have access to our stock of over 4000 media, which is constantly being expanded. In addition to current textbooks, you can also access course-based in-depth literature, compulsory reading, journals and theses written by former graduates. Furthermore, you have access to online databases and thus to numerous electronic resources. In addition, freely accessible texts can be used via the links to the various subject databases. If you cannot find a book, you have the possibility to make a purchase suggestion.