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How to find library collections, use copying and printing facilities and access library services

Access Electronic and Digital Collections

The Warburg Library Commons is an open access repository for publications arranged according to the classification system of the Warburg Institute Library. The Warburg Institute Library holds a collection of international importance in the humanities.

The Warburg Institute is one of the world’s leading centres for studying the interaction of ideas, images and society. It is dedicated to the survival and transmission of culture across time and space, with a special emphasis on the afterlife of antiquity.

We welcome deposits on all subjects related to the collections at the Warburg Library.

Instructions for staff and students to connect electronic resources from their own devices or home can be found here.

Other readers can access all resources from networked library computers.

Trial onsite access

A small selection of electronic resources are accessible on Warburg readers' own devices (laptops, phones and tablets) by logging onto the UOL Libraries Wifi network.

To access them, first make sure that you are logged onto the wifi network UOL Libraries.

Username: [barcode number]

Password: [your surname in lower case]

Accessible resources include JSTOR, Patrologia Latina, Acta Sanctorum, and Brepolis databases.

Databases and e-resources AZ